Step One: Gather your supplies. There are tons of Halloween goodies in all kinds of stores including Taget and Walgreens. I buy our paint buckets at our local hardware store which is also a slash/ scrapbook store. We don’t have a lot of stores around here so they tend to double up. It’s really handy.
Step Five: We finish it off by wrapping the handle in ribbons. It just gives it that finished look to me.
And that’s our Halloween Trick or Treat buckets. The kids like decorating them each year as their tastes and styles change. I think they look cute carrying them around. Look-everyone’s happy!