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Disney D-Lightful Living – Happy Halloween Disney Style! Plus #DLightfulLiving Giveaway

Happy Halloween!! We want to make sure you and your family have a crazy good time so I wanted to offer you some treat ideas that will be sure to please.

Try out these fun tips to make sure your kids enjoy Halloween this year:

Set boundaries in limiting treats while empowering your kids by asking them to pick one of their favorites each day.
Help foster creativity in your kids by making a Halloween costume from items found around the house

Fan Stamp’s Instant Press-On Face Paint feature Disney Princess- and Disney’s·Pixar Cars-themed face paints that allow you to create fun and unique designs perfect for any Halloween occasion. The face paint decals are easy to apply and easy to remove, making them a treat for kids and parents alike. Frankford’s Halloween Candy Mix – a  little candy is always a sweet thing. You’ll be the hit of the neighborhood when you give out this must-have candy assortment for Halloween featuring favorite Disney characters.

We all know kids and sweets go hand-in-hand during Halloween. How do you help little ghosts and goblins find a treat balance during this scary season?

Every week join the conversation over at the Disney D-Lightful Living on Facebook page, theres also weekly giveaways on the Facebook page!

Leave a comment on this post and one of you will also win this weeks products here in Our Ordinary Life.

(winner will be drawn 11/03)

I am a compensated Disney brand ambassador but this is my real life. Disney is just as passionate about living a healthy lifestyle as I am. All opinions and children are creations of my own.

7 Comments

  1. courtney on November 1, 2011 at 6:32 am

    i love the minnie the mouse outfit! so cute!



  2. debbi on October 31, 2011 at 7:23 am

    We eat a few pieces of candy, and then the rest goes to work with my husband. He is a college professor and keeps a candy dish on his desk for his students. 🙂



  3. Jennifer Vickers on October 31, 2011 at 7:12 am

    We put them all on the floor and let him pick out a couple. The rest gets divided up into bags of what he is safe to eat for his age and given out for good behavior.



  4. Amanda Starr on October 31, 2011 at 7:05 am

    I do tend to let my daughter have a few more treats on actual Halloween day but since she usually doesn’t have a lot of sweets anyway it’s usually only a few so that’s ok with me.



  5. Kristie on October 31, 2011 at 6:33 am

    Last year we donated candy to be sent to local soldiers overseas. This year I think we’ll also freeze a lot of the chocolate candy, so we can save it for special treats throughout the year. (I read it should last a year in the freezer.)



  6. Debbie jackson on October 31, 2011 at 2:32 am

    We eat a few treats and then give the rest to their teacher for rewards at school



  7. Owen's Mom on October 30, 2011 at 9:06 pm

    We limit and also only keep it around for a day or two. We don’t let the kids eat anything or everything and don’t trick or treat too long, so less waste after we have consumed a few of our favorites! We love getting dressed up and spending time with friends instead. 🙂