When Halloween comes around, getting together with a few friends and heading down the street for Trick or Treating is a whole lot of fun.

Having put so much effort in to making that fantastic costume (we know you did!) why not continue the creative making with a Pumpkin Candy Holder?

Continue the Halloween theme with somewhere ghoulish to store all those treats.

Step 1: Gather Materials

Gather your materials! As well as two medium sized cereal boxes, we'll need two Makedo Re-pins and Re-clips, available from mymakedo.com.
Start by cutting one of the boxes in half and painting it black.
i made them for my kids they love them
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Cool. I might make something like this.

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