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Halloween Goodies From Hallmark

By Thismomloves @ThisMomLoves
As part of the Hallmark Press Pause Panel, I am lucky enough to receive care packages with samplings of their seasonal goodies, and I recently tore into my Halloween delivery.
Contrary to my clutter-phobe identity, I also have a cheesy side to my personality, and enjoy strategically placing holiday-themed items throughout my home. (Regular readers know that I decorate early, and take everything down pretty much by midnight on the day of the holiday.)
A couple of Hallmark items which will be added to my décor this year:
"Hokey Pokey" Skeleton ($14.95 with purchase of 3 cards): featuring sound and motion, this glow-in-the-dark skeleton "puts his whole head in" as he sings the hokey pokey song in a spooky voice. (Maggie gets a big kick out of this one.)
Halloween Goodies From Hallmark
"It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" Book With Sound ($9.95 with any Hallmark purchase): Based on the beloved television classic, this new special book edition captures the story for all ages. Push the buttons to hear your favourite Peanuts characters!
Halloween Goodies From Hallmark
Hocus Pocus Treat Presenter ($14.95 with purchase of 3 cards): Open this "book" if you dare, and hear unexpected, cackled greetings. It's too small to hold our household treats on Halloween night, but I plan to use this as my classroom "treasure box" leading up to the holiday.
Halloween Goodies From Hallmark
An item I didn't receive which is now on my wishlist:
Hocus Pocus Countdown Calendar ($12.95): This wooden ghost and pumpkin calendar will count down the days until trick or treat time. Great for young kids, and again something I could use in my class.
Head to Hallmark, and pick up a new Halloween goody of your own. Be sure to tell them I sent you! Just kidding. They would have no idea who you were talking about.
Disclosure: I received some of the above-named items as part of my role on the Hallmark Press Pause Panel. Opinions are, as always, my own.

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