There weren't many trick-or-treaters in our neighborhood. When we left our house to take Evelyn around the neighborhood, we actually left a handful of candy bars at the front door (we bought full-size candy bars), and either none or only one of them were taken when we got back. Part of the reason we buy full-size candy bars? Because we know there's not many trick-or-treaters in our neighborhood, so the ones that do stop by our house get legit candy.
At three, Evelyn didn't last that long trick-or-treating. We made it to maybe three or four houses, before she said she had to go potty, at which point we headed home. Those wings also didn't stay on very long. We made it across the street before they came off because they were itchy, and mommy (that's me) was left holding them the rest of the time.
We're all ready costume-wise for Halloween this year - we bought it for 50% off following Halloween last year. Holla for being a crafty consumer! Ha.
Paper: Bazzill (marshmallow cardstock, green cardstock)
Embellishments: Evalicious (journaling card, cutouts/tags, puffy stickers); Pinkfresh Studio (wood beads, acetate heart, watercolor print card, wood veneer shapes, letter stickers)
Stamps: Pinkfresh Studio (border stamp)
Tools: Pinkfresh Studio (emoji die, geotag die); Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher
Ink: Kuretake Zig Writer; Ranger Distress ink
Other: Die cut shapes; Admit One ticket