Even though Halloween is now done for another year. Don’t toss your child’s costume quite yet. If you have the storage space, save it until next year and participate in the National Costume Swap Day (usually in early October). If half of the kids in the U.S. had participated this year, 6,250 tons of landfill waste could have been avoided.
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It’s October and Halloween (candy) is upon us. Brush up on your candy corn knowledge with these trivia: – Candy corn has had the same recipe (sugar, corn syrup, and marshmallow) since 1900. – There are about 30 pieces in one serving. – On average 9 billion kernels (weighing 35 million pounds) are produced each year. – Mixing candy corn […]
In honor of Halloween, I thought I’d give you a sneak peek of a new book that celebrates candy in its many forms—specifically, crafted into pirates, castles, cars, critters, and so much more. Candy Construction is Sharon Bowers’ new follow-up to her equally whimsical Ghoulish Goodies, which offered Halloween recipes and instructions for creepy eyeballs, cocoa bats, and monster cupcakes. While Candy Construction isn’t Halloween-themed, it still has plenty of fabulous ideas using all kinds of colorful sweet treats.