We know everyone likes to celebrate this spooky holiday differently. No matter how you celebrate this October, we have a tip for you.
Start out by drawing your front yard on a Post-it® Big Pad sheet, then label each feature or section of the yard using Post-it® Flags. This way if you decide that Frankenstein’s Lab needs to switch with the witch and her cauldron, it’ll be a cinch. If you’re plotting out a haunted house, try using the same process of drawing and labeling each section of your home.
Everyone wants to have fun on Halloween! If you’re looking to get together and enjoy Halloween with friends, plan a low-key party. On your table full of foods, use a Post-it® Page Marker to label your foods with cute (or creepy) names. Try using yellow for gluten-free options and blue for everything else.
Do you never know how much candy to buy? The anticipation of a high-traffic Halloween can trick you into buying “The Big Bag” of candy, when you might not actually need it. (But there’s nothing wrong with watching scary movies and eating all the candy yourself!) Or maybe you end up with more trick-or-treaters than you planned on, and always need to make an extra candy run.
This year, try using two different colored Post-it® Super Sticky Notes when passing out candy. Use one color for chocolate and one color for everything else. Keep a tally to track of how much and what kind of candy the trick-or-treaters are picking. So next year, you’ll know what to expect.