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Top 5 Green Halloween Treats and Tips

by , 10/25/09
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Halloween is almost here, and if you’re a little spooked about going green with your little one this All Hallow’s Eve, we want to show you that there is nothing to be frightened of! From green kids crafts to healthy treats that your tot will love, here’s our comprehensive, one-stop guide of all the best tips and tricks for a green Halloween to remember.



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HALLOWEEN CRAFTS

From milk carton witches to newspaper Halloween towns, here are some frighteningly fun Halloween crafts the whole family will enjoy.

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HEALTHY HALLOWEEN TREATS

Do you find the artificial colors and additives in most candy scary? We’ve got the antidote – yummy and natural Halloween snacks that your kids will be delighted to eat!

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SPOOKY RECOLORED HALLOWEEN CRAYONS

These colorful treats are made of broken bits of old crayons and are the prefect alternative to handing out sugary sweets.

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JACK ON BLACK HALLOWEEN BUCKETS

If you’re not too keen on buying the ubiquitous plasticky jack-o-lantern baskets for your kids, try these 100% cotton, reusable cloth buckets from Jack on Black.

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CASSETTE TAPE SKULLS

Artist Brian Dettmer’s ghoulish skulls and skeletons are made from melted cassette tapes and are a clever commentary on the “death” of analog media.

Last, but not least, don’t forget to enter your kids’ creative, homemade costumes into our Inhabitots Green Halloween Costume Contest to win some superfun spooky prizes! Enter here>!

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  1. Biodegradable PULP Coff... November 1, 2010 at 5:31 pm

    [...] though Halloween is over, here is one super sustainable design solution that is bound to keep the green spirits happy [...]

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