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In love with Jesus. Wife to my best friend & man I love more than life. Mama to 4 amazing God given blessings. Proud Homemaker & Homeschooler. Living life with it's ups and downs and blogging about it!

Saturday, October 11, 2008

You've been Boo'd....Part 2














The phantom ghost has come to town,
To leave you some goodies, I see you have found.
His wish is for participation for all,
so continue this greeting, the "phantom" call.
Make 2 treats, 2 phantom's and 2 notes like this.
Deliver them to neighbors who may have been missed.
Don't let them see you, be sneaky, be quick.
Your neighbors are sure to enjoy this Halloween trick!
Post this Phantom Ghost where it can be seen,
And leave it on a window or door until Halloween.
This will scare other phantoms who may wish to visit.
We want to spread the treats so all will get it.
You have only one day to act - so be quick!
Leave them at doors where the Phantom hasn't hit.
Deliver at dark when there is no light......
Ring the doorbell and run out of sight!
And last, but not least, come join the season,
It's all to be neighborly and no other reason.
Be cool, have fun, and remember don't be seen........
Let's share in the fun of Halloween!



Some more ideas for boo'ing!! Click here to view the M&M's website with cute BOO signs & poems that you can print out! They also have some fun recipes that would work well. Also, I thought about making these to go along with the cookies! or just these,They are super yummy and easy! =)


And, my sister mailed me some really cute scarecrows that we colored, cut out & pasted together! I need to post pictures and I will try to do that soon! That was a lot of fun & the girls loved it! Why not make some and put them in your BOO bags? The kids will love to do it & the grandparents and family, especially, will love to get artwork from your child! How fun! =)
A few more ideas:
*And lots of other crafts on this site; check them out!!!!
HAVE FUN & HAPPY BOO'ING!!!!! =)

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