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10 Ideas for Leftover Halloween Candy

by Erin Dower

Want to prevent cavities and sugar highs in the aftermath of Halloween? Check out these ideas for recycling, rationing, and purging your child's heap of candy.

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Halloween candy leftovers, candy corn craft

Use It for Crafts


Once that candy is glued to a craft, there's no ingesting it — or so we can hope! One idea is to take all your candy that has an orange wrapper and glue it to poster-board in the shape of a giant pumpkin.

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