I always like getting crafty when it comes to Connor’s school holidays. This was the easiest treat….
Just get a bag of Sixlets at your local grocery store. You can use the free spider printable below. (Just click on it to make it bigger, then right click and save to your desktop)
We have the cutest little spiders 🙂
Just glue or tape to the back of the spider’s face. I used cardstock so the paper was a bit heavier. Have fun and happy Halloweeeeeeeen!
This post is sponsored by Reynolds™ but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
When I get home from a long day the LAST thing on my mind is “what’s for dinner?” I’ve told y’all before I’m not the best cook. I have a handful of go-to meals up my sleeve for the weeknights, but I would really like to start cooking more at home to save money.
I recently tried these new containers by Reynolds Disposable Heat & Eat. These can be found at your local Walmart and are priced very reasonably.
These Reynolds Disposable Heat & Eat containers are a great alternative to plastic and are made with natural plant fibers. These are good for reheating dinners at home or work in the microwave too!
We had tacos for dinner last night. I put our meat and beans in the Reynolds Disposable Heat & Eat containers and I had a taco salad for lunch today!
No more melting plastic in my microwave!
Like my Mom always said “Waist not, want not”. Next time you’re at Walmart check out the Reynolds Disposable Heat & Eat in the food container isle.
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