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Make these DIY teal pumpkins to place on your front porch this Halloween. The teal pumpkins let parents and their kids with allergies know you have non-food treats for trick or treaters. Help spread awareness for the Teal Pumpkin Project and make trick or treating safe and fun for everyone! Step 1. Cover ceramic pumpkin with 2-3 coats of teal paint. Step 2. Paint stems black. Step 3. Cover stem in Mod Podge once black paint is dry. Step 4. Sprinkle fine black glitter on stem!
Have you heard of the Teal Pumpkin ProjectTM? Have you noticed any teal pumpkins in your neighborhood? The Teal Pumpkin Project was created by FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education) to help raise awareness of food allergies and promotes have non-food treats so that all kids are involved in the trick or treat festivities. When [...]
Keep it Teal: the Teal Pumpkin Project | Making it Milk-free | Easy, everyday dairy-free gluten-free recipes.
If you haven’t heard of the Teal Pumpkin Project™ yet, you’re probably living under a rock. I kid…sort of. The Teal Pumpkin Project™ has been all over social media this fall. The campaign was launched in 2014 by Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) to raise awareness of food allergies. It also is a way to encourage others to include people with food allergies in the fun of trick-or-treating on Halloween by handing out non-food items instead of just candy, which many with allergies are…
Halloween Play-Doh Monster Kits w/ Free Printable
These adorable little Halloween Play-Doh Monster Kits are the perfect treat for the classroom this October - or as favors for a Monster Birthday Party!
Teal Pumpkin Project: A Safe and Fun Halloween for Everyone — Memphis Nutrition Group
Growing up, none of my family members or friends had food allergies that I can remember.
Paint a Pumpkin Teal this Halloween for Kids with Food Allergies
Teal Pumpkins are popular to show trick-or-treaters that you have non-food treats for kids with food allergies. Get some inspiration at Craft Warehouse.
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This Halloween, be part of the Teal Pumpkin Movement and enjoy inclusive trick-or-treating for all the little ghosts and goblins. Signal you have non-food, allergy-free treats by placing a teal pumpkin (you can search our DIY at…) near your front door. Rather than giving candy, offer other fun Halloween-themed treats, like bubble sticks, pencils, notebooks and other spooky toys. Enjoy the frightful festivities!
Okay, so wanted to post a pic of another thing I did today. Has anyone ever heard of the teal pumpkin project? If not it's about offering kids who have food allergies or who cannot have candy an alternative at Halloween when they come to your door. Paint a pumpkin teal and leave by your doorstep so they know your home is offering something besides candy. I thought this was a neat idea.