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Throw the Perfect Halloween Bash With Oriental Trading

     I am beyond excited that the holidays are finally coming back around! From parties and gift, to tricks and treats Oriental Trading is always my go to company for a good time. This year I have gathered up some of my favorite Halloween goodies from them and I wanted to share with you. After all it never hurts to squirt a little more fun into a holiday does it?

Of course having 3 children my favorite part is seeing them happy. Treats for them, they seem to always say at least, and who can blame them! I love candy as much as the next guy, but I hate shopping in Oriental Trading offers candy in bulk of some of your favorite varieties! From Gummy Bear to Taffy, and Tootsie Rolls of course. What makes it even more fun is I can always find a cute container that is just perfect for serving my guest. I absolutely love these little pumpkin buckets. I use a couple just for my goodies, and since they come in a 12 pack I have plenty left for our smallest party guests. Gummy Eye Ball anyone??


From the scary to the silly Halloween guests come in all frights..So I decided to pick up table wear to please all the little ghouls in my house. The Frankenstein cups come in a 12 pack with 6 different colors and the silly monster plates have 4 silly friends to join your frightening feast.


As a mom we know that parties aren't all about what is going on at home, school brings tricks and treats and fun galore. This year instead of candy we decided to send a frightening cup of festive pencils, a cup for each teacher and a pencil for all. These will be sure to please, and are allergy free ;)

So remember when it is time for your little Ghouls to celebrate and go batty, Oriental Trading is filled with fun gifts, games, treats, and more. You can see them all HERE. Don't forget you get free shipping on orders over $49.

**I received these products in exchange for my true and honest opinion. All opinions expressed here were those of my own and were in no way influenced**


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