How to “Boo!” Your Neighbor {A Free Printable!}

Welcome Back to our second post in our series, Wicked Wednesdays“, at Uncommon! Today we are sharing one of our Halloween family traditions with you…
Does your neighborhood or community have a Halloween tradition that includes “Boo” ing your neighbor?  My children love the treats and the mystery of it all!  Their favorite part is being the one who gets to “Boo”!  In case you have never heard of this fun activity… we will show you how to do it!  Best of all… we have created a great free printable for you to use!

Step 1. Download and print out your worksheet
 Click here to download 
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Step 2.  Fill the cone with treats and secretly leave it at a neighbor’s house.  We made a cute Halloween “Boo” cone a couple of years ago, but you can use anything you have that will hold the loot! 
Step 3.  Your neighbor will then cut the ghost portion off and and place it in their window, so everyone knows that they have already been “Booed”!  Such fun! 
What Halloween traditions or special activities do you participate in as a family or community? We would LOVE to hear about them!!
 **Trish**
Come Back next week for another “Wicked Wednesday”! 
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Trish Flake

Author/Co-Owner at Uncommon Designs
Hey y'all! I am Trish and one half of the creative team at Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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Comments

  1. So cute! Thanks for sharing!

  2. So, so, cute. Question, when does everyone start decorating for Halloween? I can hardly stand the wait until Oct. 1!

  3. This is so cute! What a great idea!

  4. This printable is adorable! I would love for you to share it on my brand new linky party!

    Creative Genius @ http://www.thecreativepaige.com!

  5. How fun! We do this every year, but I really like your printable better than the black and white copy we print off. I’ll be using this soon!

  6. I think Halloween brings out so much creativity!

  7. I haven’t done this in years! Great printable- thanks SO much for sharing!!!

    We would ♥ for you to share this with our readers at our linky party going on this weekend! XO

    http://lollyjaneboutique.blogspot.com/

  8. Oh I love these tussie mussies…. I think that’s what they are called.. Not sure. Anywho, super stinkin’ cute! Wanting to make some for my office friends.

  9. Aww very cool!

    Please feel free to link your Boo Printable up to my Make Yourself Monday blog hop! :o)

    Jamie
    For Love of Cupcakes

  10. love the cone idea! thanks for sharing it and the printable! going to not only boo my neighbors, but i thought it would be fun to try and start this at the school that i teach at! we’ll see?!

  11. We used to BOO neighbors. I miss those days. My kids are growing up now. Maybe we’ll do it this year. Thanks for the idea and reminder!
    christie from Texas
    http://www.stampshacklady.com

  12. ok girl I am so in love with this idea. Seriously sooo cute and I am so doing it thank you for sharing it and thank you so much for linking up to my party Show and Share! hope to see you again this week!

    A mommy’s life…with a touch of YELLOW
    tyandwhitneyulrich.blogspot.com

  13. You guys have such GREAT ideas!! I was hoping to do this last year with the kids but didn’t get around to it. Must make it a priority this year! Thanks so much for linking up again to The Creative Spark. I just realized I wasn’t following you – all signed up now! Have a great week!
    Jenn :)

  14. I actually do this every year! It is so much fun, and I love filling the cone(or bag in my case) with homemade goodies!

  15. I remember seeing a variation of this when I started writing and reading craft blogs last year…Thanks for sharing the printable! Cute idea for neighbors or teachers!

    Sharing it at my pinterest…

    To celebrate All Hallow’s Eve…I’m throwing a Halloween Link Party. Drop by if you dare!

  16. I have been wanting to do this! Thanks for the inspiration! I am a new follower from Blue Cricket Design Show and Tell. Vicky @ http://www.messforless.net

  17. Super cute idea. I am your newest follower. Feel free to check out my site and follow me back here: http://www.utahcountymom.com

  18. Congrats, Trish! You are being featured in our Top 10 Halloween Wreath post! Stop over and see your feature. Feel free to grab the image and use it as a button that you were featured!

    We love all your crafty ideas!
    Susie @Bowdabra

  19. SO cute! I’m getting lots of code around the design? Seems it’s just me? Thought I’d ask before I give up! Thanks for the help!

  20. Thank you! I ***LOVE*** your instructions that don’t make the next person feel guilty if they just can’t get it together to BOO 2 or 3 other neighbors. I want to be the family to start it this year!

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  1. [...] always fun to buy. If you aren’t familiar with this tradition, you can check out our post, How to Boo! Your Neighbor.    This year I stumbled across these little beauties in the Target dollar spot for $2.50.  I [...]

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