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What to Put in a Grown-Up Trick-or-Treat Bag
Who says trick-or-treat bags are just for kids?
Put away the spare pillowcase and jack-o-lantern shaped bucket, these decorative favor bags are a chic way to carry goodies and bring the Halloween spirit.
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Tempt your friends to go over to the dark side this Halloween with some pitch-black nail polish. With full coverage and excellent durability, your friends will want to use this polish long after Halloween is over.
Are your friends more like Glinda the Good or the Wicked Witch of the West? Let them decide with their choice of one of these bewitching 1.25″ pins! You can even have the pins pull a double-duty by using them to secure the tops of the goodie bags closed.
See exactly how your friends are feeling with these pretty mood rings. With a large stone, adjustable band and tear-away guide, these rings are the perfect way for your guests to get more in tune with their Halloween spirit.
When the “Monster Mash” starts playing your guests will be grateful for something to tie their hair up with (even if it’s just a wing!). These adorable Halloween hair ties come in sets of 3, tied around a festive card and are sold in multiples of 5, so there will be plenty to go around.
Double, double toil and trouble is just a shake away with this witch head, cauldron, broomstick and star confetti pack. Sprinkle a dash into each goodie bag for a sparkly surprise.
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