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Friday, September 7, 2012

Halloween Ghost Peep S'mores

Halloween Ghost S'mores
posted on Pinterest

These s'mores literally cost me next to nothing to make. The box of graham crackers were under $2, ghost peeps were .98 a package, and the small Hershey bars were $1 for a package of 8. All in all it cost me under $4 to make enough for 8 kiddos.

I got the idea for the bag tags from Christy at Southern Plate. I just adapted them into a Halloween theme. I have included a link to a printable version of the Halloween S'mores Tags in case you want to print off a few. You will need two tags per package. One for the front and one for the back.

Walmart use to sell these neat little clear cellophane party favor bags, but have since discontinued them. I don't know why they did that because they were so useful and inexpensive.

I just used zip lock sandwich bags instead and folded over the zip part so it was under the tag. Then just stapled the tags together and you're done. If you don't want to mess with the tags you can always just tie some Halloween ribbon around the gift sacks instead. It's all up to you.

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