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Easy Tricks For Halloween Treats

Contributed by: NAPSA

Easy Tricks For Halloween Treats

(NAPSA) - Finding fun family activities for Halloween doesn't have to be frightening., Nestle's award-winning Web site, is a one-stop resource for parents this Halloween and throughout the year, providing creative ideas and fun activities for parents to enjoy with their kids.

Beginning Sept. 30, parents can find the following "spooky" activities, as well as other unique Halloween ideas. Each activity features easy-to-follow, in-depth descriptions ranging from "simple but creative" to "totally aspirational." suggests trying these unique projects to spook up your Halloween:

  • Black Cat Candy Caddy. An empty canister can be a "purrfect" candy caddy for your little trick-or-treater. You can make it with pieces of felt, pipe cleaners and some grey and black feather boas. Your kids will love filling this adorable cat candy caddy with Halloween treats. It's also a great stay-at-home container for handing out Halloween candy.

  • Tiny Treat Holders. These cute little treat holders could be the perfect decoration for your child's next Halloween party. It's easy to make with construction paper, ribbon and pipe cleaner. These spooky decorations are just the right size for Halloween place cards or party favors.

  • Strawberry Meringue Ghosts. These little pink ghosts will add a tasty treat to your Halloween activities. Parents and kids are likely to enjoy making-and eating-these scrumptious, ghostly creations.

  • Google-Eye Mask. This silly mask can be great family fun. Parents and kids will have a hauntingly fun time making this goofy mask using pipe cleaners, google eyes and ping pong balls.

Parents are encouraged to visit this Halloween and throughout the year for easy-to-find, fun activities in the categories of "Crafts and Activities," "Holidays and Celebrations," "Cooking and Baking" and "Learning Fun."

Created specifically for parents with kids ages 3 to 10, the Web site is updated every four to six weeks to continually provide new and fresh ideas.

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