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Wednesday, October 24, 2012


Bento Lunch: Halloween Haunted House, Bats and Ghost bento

This weekend we have several party invitations and one of them is to a haunted house. It sounds like great fun and I am so looking forward to it. Do you think I need an EMF detector to be a ghost hunter? :)

Halloween Haunted House, Bats and Ghost bento

 In this bento:
  • Pure and Natural white cheddar Angie's kettle corn.
  • Seedless green and red grapes with ghost pick.
  • Haunted house sandwich with pretzel windows and bread crust roof.
  • Organic peas, colby bats and provolone ghost with food safe marker eyes.
  • Far right are Brach's pumpkin candies. Packed in Laptop Lunches


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18 comments:

  1. Super cute! I love your pretzel windows!

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    1. Thanks Nina and glad to know you love the windows!:)

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    1. Thank you very much Michelle and glad that you love it!:)

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  3. Great idea to use pretzel as window! I hope i remember to use it when I next make houses. :)

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    1. Thanks Ming!:-) Pretzels are so easy to add to accents and I sometimes forget to use them.

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  4. A cute haunted house!!!! Yes, I love it! Super creative Rina!

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    1. Can't believe Halloween is a week from now, I have had so much fun making Halloween bentos! Thanks for your encouraging comments berrygirl, it made my day!!!:)

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  5. hihihihih ,, Rina, what a wonderful idea ,, the haunted house so cute ,,, super duper cute

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    1. Cute Little Bento, thanks for your sweet comment, glad that you like it!:)

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  6. I have a question about the Amazon links you have at the end of this post. I am an Amazon associate member but I can't figure out how to add the products I've used to my posts. Where did you get this widget? My blog is on Blogger if that makes a difference. Thank you!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Anna! The widget is from your amazon associates page, click on 'links and banners', click on 'product links' which is same row as home. There is a search box , key in the keyword and the product will pop up. Click 'get link' on the product and copy paste the html code to your blog. I hope that helps.

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