Monday, October 26, 2015

Teal Pumpkin Treats



Lizzie’s MIM  I learned some blending tips,
 click the link above.
I used the perfect pearls on my tag but it's not showing 
up in the photo.


Sorry these were taken as the sun was going down.

Hello! I made this little tag to go along with some of the non food treats I will be giving out this year. 
So many kids with food allergies can’t have most of what we all give out. 
I try to have a few goodie bags made up with non food treats. 
I will be giving more than just he pencil, I was in a hurry.
If you click on the link above you can learn more about the teal pumpkin project.
 I will also be putting out a teal pumpkin that I painted so the kids with food allergies know there is a safe treat! 
It can be life and death for some kids! You don’t have to 
have a lot just a  few for those kids who can’t eat most foods.
I thought the sentiment on the tag was perfect for this!

Thank you so much for the visit and all your kind comments!

Papertrey Ink 

30 comments:

  1. So cute! Such a great idea!!

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  2. Your tag is just wonderful! I love the dark orange with the teal. Wonderful that you are participating AND spreading the word!

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  3. Your tag is so fun, Marybeth! I love the teal pumpkins! It's awesome that you provide non food treats for kids with allergies :)

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  4. This is adorable Marybeth, cute idea!!

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  5. This is a great idea! Love your tag and the teal pumpkins (beautiful ribbon too!), and I'm all in favor of alternatives like this! Love it!

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  6. Great project Marybeth, super cute pumpkins

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  7. What a great idea, and your packaging is so cute! What an eye catching pumpkin to let the little ones know you have treats especially for them!! Sadly we don't get any trick or treaters....never have!

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  8. Not to sound repetitive, but I'll say it too... this is a fabulous idea!! I've never heard of this program before but what a wonderful idea! I love the teal pumpkins paired with orange. You're always so thoughtful, Marybeth. :0)

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  9. Love your project! I didn't know about the teal pumpkin...thanks for sharing the info.

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  10. Your tag is just so beautiful, Marybeth! I especially love the color combo!

    I never heard of the Teal Pumpkin Project but what a good idea. We only ever had one child (a neighbor's grand-daughter) Trick or Treating who had severe peanut allergies. We were very careful what treats we gave her, even had her treats bagged separately in the store when we bought them and held separately in my house, too. She is in college now so we don't do that anymore but I think non-food treats is a better way to go today because there are so many different allergies.

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  11. Such a sweet idea and so thoughtful, Marybeth. Adorable treat bag and tag.

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  12. Thank you Marybeth for letting me know about this project. What a great idea! Your tag is sweet with just the perfect sentiment for these special treat bags.

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  13. These are lovely, Marybeth :)
    As someone with multiple food intolerances (most of which have become apparent over this past year), I fully understand how difficult it can be to find 'safe' foods.
    You are a star. X

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  14. That is such a cute idea! I just this year learned about the teal pumpkin thing. I think it's such a great thing, and your little pencil bad is adorable!

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  15. That is a very sweet idea, and your tagged gift looks beautiful! Good initiative too! We have big problems with childhood food allergies in Australia, and kids aren't allowed to bring any foods containing nuts to school at all. Great project!

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  16. This is SO cute Marybeth and what a great idea to have a few extra treats on hand for those special kids! My nephew has 2 daughters with severe food allergies, and I know they would be thrilled if more houses thought like you do...thank you! :0)

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  17. A fabulous tag and a wonderful idea! Love your teal pumpkins.

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  18. You are so very thoughtful, Marybeth. The best thing about this project is how it shows the world how huge your heart is.

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  19. Oh this tag is awesome and I adore your pumpkins <3

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  20. Wonderful treat tag with your sweet teal pumpkins! Such a great idea! I always have some non-candy treats too but had not heard of the teal pumpkin project. Great idea!!

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  21. I've never heard of this program but it sounds like such a wonderful project. Love your fun treat with those pretty teal pumpkins!

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  22. How sweet! I know those teal pumpkins have a gorgeous shimmer!

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  23. What a lovely idea, Marybeth ... and an adorable tag ... so special for those little ones to have their own wonderful non food treats! Hugs, Anita :)

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  24. I think pencils make a perfect Halloween-treat, especially accessorized with your adorable tag, with the lovely teal pumpkins. So very pretty!
    Hugs~c

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  25. great gift and pretty tag, the kids will love it!

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  26. So sweet! Love your special treat for special kids! Very thoughtful and gorgeous!

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  27. Great treats with your pearlized pumpkins, Marybeth. Love that you recognized the Teal Pumpkin Project and did it so beautifully.

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