Last Halloween we sat at home and oohhhed and ahhed over the cuteness that was our first child on Halloween.
This year we’re going out! I got L a Tinkerbelle costume (costume parameters: lightweight, breathable, requires no head gear, ultimate cuteness) and we will be trick-or-treating with our nephews (14 month old twins) on Monday night.
I wanted to make something special to give the boys but I certainly didn’t want to give them candy. And I needed it to be easy.
So I came up with the Cheesy Puff Pumpkins.
They were pretty simple to make.
First measure your container and grab the height and width. The Gerber Lil’ Crunchies container was 4 inches tall and 12 inches round.
Cut your paper to cover the container. My paper was only 11 inches long so I let the nutritional information hang out. Then you’ll want to draw a jack-o-lantern face on the front of your paper. I used my Silhouette to cut the faces out of cardstock but this was a bad idea. The smiles never stayed put due to the roundness of the container.
Then tape your paper with the face facing outwards to the container.
That’s it! I think they’re pretty cute myself and I’m letting them hang out on my entryway table until tomorrow when I give them away to my favorite boys.