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It's that time of year again... time to BOO! I love the tradition of anonymously booing (or ghosting, as some people call it!) neighbors and community friends with tricks, treats and goodies. 

Related: How to boo your neighbors

The kids wake up every morning and check the front stoop to see if someone has left them a big bag of boo-ty! Then the guessing game begins--and they desperately try to figure out which of their friends paid our house a visit. 

Better yet, is the actual booing. It's so fun to sneak up to someone's house with the intention of spreading Halloween happiness. Sometimes we'll knock or ring the doorbell and then quickly run away! I'll be honest though--my kids like getting caught in the act!


This season, I found the most adorable "boo" door knob signs to distribute as we make our way around the neighborhood; but, don't worry, we have you last-minute boo-ers covered with an adorable FREE PRINTABLE.


  • Open the printale on the Issuu platform
  • Click "View Document."
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  • Set print orientation to landscape.
  • Make sure "Print headers and footers" is not checked.
  • Print on 8.5 x 11 paper!
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Here's some of our favorite items to add to our boo bucket or bag:

  • Glow sticks
  • Halloween candy
  • Boo bark (I found this at Trader Joe's, but you can make your own)
  • Fun headband/bow for the girls
  • Halloween socks
  • Stickers and tattoos
  • Coloring books
  • Mini pumpkins to decorate 
  • $1 store Halloween crafts

And for the adults out there check out our Boozed version. Perfect for the mom who's had a hard day or as a gift for a Halloween party.




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Need more ideas on what to do with the kids? Be sure to follow our Activities to Do with the Kids board on Pinterest here.

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