I tried to kick off today's post with some punny "put a nail in your coffin" joke, but sorry, guys, everything was falling short of being funny. So I'll just get straight to the point.... I'm REALLY, REALLY excited to share this non-candy Halloween treat idea with you today. Check out these cute and incredibly simple candy-less coffin nail polish gifts!
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With three nieces (all tiptoeing near the teenage years), I'm always on the hunt for cute and creative treats to send them for the holidays. For Halloween, I like to think outside of the conventional candy box and send them something other than just a Snickers bar.
The second I laid eyes on these adorable little coffins (is that strange to call a casket adorable?) at Michaels I knew exactly what I wanted to do with them!
They were the perfect size for these Halloween themed bottles of nail polish I scored on sale last year (shop similar Halloween nail polish here). I wanted to dress the coffins up a bit so I picked up some cute tiny burlap bows to add to the top. I think I just discovered my newest business venture; burlap casket bows!
Watch out "Shark Tank", here I come!
I created the "Open If You Dare" flag tags over on PicMonkey.
It's the perfect gift for all the special ghouls in your life!
I just adore how they turned out and they receive double points for being so simple to put together.
Throwing a Halloween party soon? Wouldn't they make for some cute favors?
You can always skip the nail polish and fill them with sweet little treats.
Or what about just using them for decoration? I haven't seen the coffins at Michaels this season but Amazon sells unfinished wood coffins in packs, so you may want to check that out! They also have the mini burlap bows too.
I was actually really digging them hanging out in my entryway decor
(Psst..this is a sneak peek of the vintage-anatomy-medical-or-something-like-that Halloween foyer I'm working on. You can catch a better glimpse of it over on Instagram).
I hope you enjoyed today's Halloween idea!
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