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Get Frightfully Green This Halloween

by Alicia in Coupon codes, Guest post: TheFind.com, Holiday, New posts

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Yes, Halloween is only weeks away. Perhaps you are all set with decor, candy and costumes. But if you are like me, there are still costumes to buy, pumpkins to carve and decorations to hang. My daughter is so excited that she wants to buy a pumpkin every she sees one on display. This year we will make our official trip to the organic pumpkin patch the weekend before Halloween. Carving will happen two days before the big night. Last year my daughter was old enough to enjoy the season and we carved our pumpkins way too early and they imploded by the time October 31st rolled around. This year I’m considering purchasing as many eco-friendly Halloween decorations as possible. And recycling things we have around the house for seasonal decor. I have a couple ornate Victorian looking candelabras which I’ll spray paint black paint to make a centerpiece in the dining room. I’ll be cutting out black construction paper silhouettes of black cats and spiderwebs from construction paper and then toss it in the recycling bin afterward. I’ve also found a few eco-friendly Halloween decor and party items that help to reduce waste and support fair trade labor.

Solar Pumpkin Light, $9.45 at The Vermont Baby Store
A sun powered light for your pumpkin. Forget the unsafe candles that contain nasty fumes. This solar pumpkin light is also more economical than battery-operated light too.
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ThemeNaps Halloween Napkins 16 napkins per box, $6.95 at Interior Digs
Made in the U.S.A. from eco-friendly 100% recycled tissue and FDA-approved food grade inks. These fun and modern Halloween napkins come folded in a clear packaged gift box and can also stand up to serve as a table decoration.

Fabric Halloween Treat Bag from Yellow Label Kids, $6.49 at Oompa
Trick or Treat! A perfect alternative to plastic pumpkin pails, this artisan made fabric trick-or-treat bag is made by workers whose are paid a fair living wage.

Fair Trade Trick-or-Treat Chocolates 100 per bag, $25.00 at Sweet Earth Chocolates
Indulge neighborhood trick or treaters to 100% milk or 65% bittersweet, 100% organic and fair trade chocolate coins. The individually wrapped fair trade Halloween candies are wrapped in Halloween colors and have an adorable Halloween sticker. Share your commitment to organic & fair trade with kids both young and old this Halloween.

Half-round Spider web Halloween Door Mat, $59.00 at Treasures4home.com
Make your entryway a fright at first sight with this half-round Spider web Halloween Door Mat. Made of extra-thick 1-1/2″ weave of tough-scrubbing coir fibers (an all-natural material from coconuts). This creepy but fun door mat traps grime at the door. Printed with eco-friendly dyes that are guaranteed to scare up compliments for many years to come.
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