One of my favorite things to do is make printables. Have you noticed? With an abundance of candy and sweets at Halloween, I thought you might like a non-food related item to hand to school friends.
This project is so simple and the kids love to get involved. I printed off the light up printable on cardstock (4 per sheet), had my youngest sign his name, stick a bracelet into the bag with the card and seal!
If you don’t have the bags, you could print the cards out and attach the light sticks or bracelets with a glue dot, ribbon or whatever you want.
Light Up My Halloween Printable– For personal use only. Thanks!
Want another Halloween printable? Check out this cute Halloween treat bag !
You just made my night and made all the kids at my son’s daycare Halloween. :) I just saved me a few hours trying to figure this all out on my own. Extremely grateful.
I love these printables for the glow bracelets. There’s not a chance you could possibly change the “my” to “our” and take off the “your friend” at the bottom? I know this is asking a lot for a free printable.. but it’s so stinkin cute and I can’t use as is!
If you’re up for this, I would appreciate it so much! THanks for your great printables, Amy
hey there! thank you SO much for this adorable idea and printable. i have a question. did you activate your bracelets when you put them on the printable?
Hi Libby- you’re welcome! For the purpose of this post, yes I activated the bracelets. The bracelets I bought were a tad too long to fit in the bag. But you could do without the bag and attach with ribbon, have a bigger bag or use different glow sticks.
Laurie @ Gallamore West says
These are so cute, Mique!! I love having non-candy options… my kiddos get CRAZY with all the sugar! Happy Halloween!
p.s. It was so nice to meet you in person at The Queen Bee last month! :)
Thanks Laurie! My kids are the same way. And for the last few years they’ve had the day after Halloween off for “Inservice” for teachers (sneaky!! and smart on the teachers part). I loved meeting you too. Hope to see you in Carlsbad. xo
I fell in love with these when you did your guest post on eighteen25 last month. I’ve had all of my materials gathered for awhile now. Just waiting a few more days before I attach my bracelets with some black ribbon. Thanks for the wonderful idea. I have a co-worker that always makes cute things for the students/teachers in her children’s classes and I thought “how does she do it?” Now I can say that I am one of those moms too. :)
Thanks so much Tabitha. What a sweet comment. I hope your kids like them! xo