Surprise your neighbors or family or friends by BOO’ing them with fun Halloween treats.
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Have you ever BOO’d your neighbor before?
Part of the fun of BOO’ing your neighbors is having them try to figure out who left them a gift.
Sneaking up to your neighbor’s porch is a lot easier to do at night and since it’s already nighttime, you might as well make your gift stand out by making it glow in the dark.
You don’t have to spend a lot of time to pull off this idea.
Supplies for a Glow in the Dark Boo Kit
- Glow Sticks
- Tissue Paper
- Scotch Tape
- Thick Black Poster board
- Container for your candy
- I purchased my candy and drinks from Walmart
- Mars Mixed Minis 52 oz.
- Wrigley Monster Stash 315 ct
- 7UP® 8oz 6pk (Halloween Can)
- You got BOO’d Printable Card
How to Assemble the Boo Glow in the Dark Kit
Put tissue paper inside the container first.
Next add a few of the 7UP® 8oz Halloween Cans. I put a layer of tangy candy followed by the chocolates. I added one additional can to the top to help hold the card.
For the Glow in the Dark Sign I used Glow Sticks to form the letters and used clear tape to secure them to the board.
Make sure that you crack the glow sticks for the color to start glowing before you tape them to the board. You can use the board vertically or horizontally.
Next, I added a few stickers and along with additional glow sticks along the edges of the board.
Print out the BOO kit. You can get your own free printable card here.
- Cut out this “We’ve been BOO’d sign.
- Fold the “You’ve been BOO’d” greeting card (page 2) and tape openings together.
- Include the card and sign when gifting BOO bundles.
Once your kit is ready, do your best to go into stealth mode when you drop off the BOO kit on your neighbor’s porch.
If they have younger kids, you will want to try to get it to their home early enough so that they can see it.
Will you be BOO’ing your neighbors this year? I would love to hear what you put in your BOO kit.