Halloween Gadgets

Amy Sewell joins us to share her favorite Halloween tricks and treats for all ages.

“Halloween Tricks & Treats”

1.  Tips for Halloween safety:
        Do not allow kids to wear cosmetic contact lenses, which can damage their eyes. 
        If kids normally wear glasses, they should wear them while trick or treating.
Avoid masks and hats that obstruct children’s vision.
Avoid props with pointed tips, such as spears and swords, which can endanger children’s eyes. 
Carry a bright flashlight to illuminate your path and be visible to drivers.

 2.  Cowgirl, Dinosaur and Pumpkin Costumes for Dogs and Jester Collars for Cats

 3.  Bushel of Pet Treats

4.  Rising Reaper – This remote control “reaper” rises to three feet tall growling “Welcome to the graveyard!” followed by laughter and spooky music.

5.  Singing Frog Candy Bowl – The frog on this candy bowl, shown mid-dissection, makes his presence known as people reach for goodies.

6.  Animated Striking Snake – The name says it all.  Get too close, and he’ll strike out, hissing with glowing red eyes.

7.  Pumpkin Spice Truffles, Halloween Gift Box and Chocolate Cat

8.  Halloween Photo Books – Preserve fun Halloween memories with these customized books!







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