Inspired by my new sugar skull ornament
that now adorns one corner of the Halloween
I have decided to hide some
sweet treats amid the display.
On the top shelf I've stashed some
sweet Pixy Stix Candy in the
1998 Debbie Mumm Pumpkin and
And some scary lollipops and chocolate eyeballs
in the Dept 56 Google Eye Owl lollipop holder.
On the next shelf you'll find individually wrapped
Twizzlers gushing like bloody veins out
of Frankenstein's hand vase.
Next on the shelf, the very elusive,
much sought after, very expensive, see post here,
Halloween M&M's Cool Ghouls Mix in the
happy Jack O Lantern from Kohl's.
On the buffet I've stashed some
Sugar Daddy treats
in the One Hundred 80 Degrees
Frankenstein bowl with spreader.
Dept 56 Witch Spreader, Dept 56 Devil Cider Server, Dept 56 Skull Chip and Dip
However the gang keeps staring
at the delicious candy on the dining table
in front of them.
In the Victorian Trading Company
poison apothecary jars,
we have Belladonna cherry sour balls,
Arsenic Gummy Body Parts,
and Hemlock fruity sugar bones.
Notice that these are "MINI" Body Parts...
I don't think I could stomach the larger ones.
They are a decidedly gross.
However the Cherry Sour Balls have been a hit,
and I have to keep replenishing my stock
but at just over a dollar from Walmart's
Great Value line,
that's not a problem!
In the family room I have
a healthier alternative...
ceramic treats that can't be eaten.
It's a treat jar I found at Kohl's one year,
at an after Christmas sale for a very
deep discount! SCORE!!
I can always use more candy!
I hope everyone has a
Happy and Sweet Halloween!
Thanks for stopping by.