Tuesday, 20 October 2009

Tests for halloween trick or treat goodies

Well I'm going away for the half term week but will be back in time for halloween and had decided that I would make some biscuits as my treats for all the ghouls etc that will come to our door. Its been a while since I made any biscuits so thought I best have a trial run here they are. 
Now for the test outs for the packaging you never know where those little fingers have been and I would hate for bugs to be passed around so packaging.

This is my first tryout I thought I'd enter it into Stamptacular Sunday for their spooktacular challenge see what you think. Another version to follow later.


Line said...

You've made those goodies??? Wow they are fabulous!! It's a good idea to package them, and the one you've made looks great!

Thanks for joining us at SSC this week!

Hugs, Line

Aud Kirsten said...

Fabulous work, and a great idea!
Thanks for joining SSC, hope to see you next week!

Anonymous said...

what a great idea, you have got me thinking i might start doing some baking again for the horrors that come to the door. Thank you for taking part at ssc

Carolyn said...

What yummy looking treats. I need to send my gobblins to your house. Great job on the Spooktacular challenge. Thanks for joining us at SSC.
Hugs xx

Sprytebyrd said...

Love your packaging for your yummies!
Thanks so much for joining us at SSC this week! Don't miss our Bonus Fun Blog Hop this Sunday! :)

Anonymous said...

Love it!
Thanks for joining us at SSC this week.

Liza said...

Fabulous halloween treats and great packaging. Thanks for joining us at SSC.

Liza x

Paula said...

What a delicious project! Love your packaging!
It's "spooktacular" that you joined us this week at the Stamptacular Sunday Challenge!

Nikki Schmaltz said...

This is really cute. The kids are going to love the treats way more than the packaging. I remember one year I made these pencils holders. They were so cute and then the kids RIPPED them open to get the pencils out. I wanted to cry:( So close your eyes when you give them to the kids...hee hee. Thanks for joining in at SSC