The Sugar Goblin is great for more than just Halloween. Think of all the other events your children attend that are full of candy and other sugar.
Every year as the leaves begin to change, when the pumpkins are carved and Halloween is near, whisper into the night, “Tricks for treats.” You don’t know when the goblins will come, so be sure to whisper it every night. That way, they know they are welcome.
When you find a goblin, check out the tricks it played and take a picture! Be sure not to touch it or you might scare it away.
After trick or treating, pick a few candies for yourself and leave the rest for the goblin to take home to the Sugar Goblin Village.
Be sure to look around in the morning. As a thank you for your kindness, the goblin will leave you a present.
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The Sugar Goblin is similar to other holiday stuffed toys.
I won’t mention the name, but we’ve all seen a similar product on the market that is just for the Christmas season. What I love at the Sugar Goblin is that it can be used all year long.
Children are always receiving sweets for different events: birthday parties for friends, school parties etc. This is a great way to help your children reduce the amount of sweets they have all year.
I love the little goblin stuffed plush, and have him sitting on my shelf in my office. You receive the plush goblin and a story book with your purchase.
The Sugar Goblin works the same as the Christmas season item. Children should not touch the Goblin. The Sugar Goblin can sit on the shelf and does not have to be moved around every night.
If you are looking for a fun creative idea to cut out sweets all year long for your children, you can’t go wrong with the Sugar Goblin.
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