We are in the month of Halloween. My middle mini, Teddy, is already planning how he’ll get the biggest haul of treats. This got me thinking of treats which weren’t all sugar coma inducing which I thought I’d share on the blog…although no doubt we won’t escape the confectionary chaos completely!).
Make Your Own Bat Mask by Cotton Twist – Cotton Twist is a brand who although small, are blazing a trail to go as plastic free as they can possibly be. Their spooky bat mask includes eco friendly glitter glue and paper packaging whilst retaining the fun element they are known for.
Halloween Enamel Hair Clips by Mere Meri – either divide these up as little treats for anyone who knocks at your door or leave the box hidden for your own little one to find.
Crayons by Crayon Box Shop – these frightening crayons are a great alternative to handing out sweets. I also love the space set with the scary alien.
A World Full of Spooky Stories – this book is sure to get the kids snuggling into their duvet as tales of ghouls and ghosts are told from around the world.
Wooden Cat Teether by Liewood – for the tiny mini in your life, this adorable wooden teether would make the perfect treat for them this Halloween.
Colouring Poster and Glow In The Dark Stickers by OMY – I am a huge fan of OMY’s colouring posters and this one will keep your kids happy all Half Term!
Monster Trump Cards – a great little game for the family to gather round the cauldron to play.
Cat Pocket Necklace by Meri Meri – your little witch can keep her cat close to her with this cute necklace.
Bogoss Glow in the Dark Card Game by Djeco – switch off the lights and try and complete your skeleton…but beware of broken bones!
Howling Wolf 3D Model by Eugy – this environmentally friendly model is a great way to keep the kids busy – it can be popped in a handbag to take out and about plus there are other animals to make and collect.