Halloween Milk Cartons

Hello Craft Smith Crafters! It's my favorite time of year...what are the signs in my life that FALL is here?

The grocery store smells like candy corn.
Michaels smells like cinnamon.
The wind is blowing the leaves off the tree outside my office window. 
Football is on our TV every Saturday, Sunday & Monday night.
Ugg slippers come out of hiding.

Yep. It has arrived! How can you not be excited for fall and everything that comes with it. And when I say, "what comes with it", I mean Halloween!

Michaels is full of fun Halloween and fall crafting goodies right now. They really blew me away with their Recollections line this season. So on trend and lots of new, fun products. The milk cartons are one of those items that caught my eye. They come in a set of 10, 5 orange and 5 black & white polka dot milk jugs. All of them are pre cut, pre folded and ready with adhesive so all you have to do is easily assemble. There are great instructions on the back of the box but I am not lying, my 8 year old grabbed one and figured it out on his own. Super simple! 

The boxes are darling on their own and even cuter with a little added embellishing. I also picked up this set of Halloween Tags and they are already coming in handy on all sorts of projects. I love that the tags are already cut, glittered and ready to go with a hole at the top. These are cute and definitely a time saver.

How cute are these?! They will be perfect to fill up with treats for our annual Halloween party! It will be so easy to make a big variety of these and it will be super quick with all of the scoring and folding already done for me.

The bat was layered on the orange carton with some paper punch outs from the Recollections 6x6 Halloween Boo paper pad. I love how it looks like a little scalloped moon behind the cute bat!

I added goggly eyes to the Skeleton tag and tied it to the polka dot carton with some orange tweed ribbon. 

Halloween means tricks AND treats and these cute milk cartons are perfect for some treats. Look for all of these fun and creepy products at Michaels in the paper crafting section!