Bark it up! 1
Can it! 2
Okay, this is so cute and clever! Separate the candies by type and then "can" them in mason jars. Even if you don't go all out and decorate the jars it's a great idea.
Ticky tack it! 3
If you are having any parties that involve kids, you can use leftover Halloween candy to decorate gingerbread houses. The the kids have a take-home party favor that they made themselves.
Candy cake it! 5
You know what goes great inside a piñata? Halloween candy. This is perfect for kids who have those close to the holiday birthdays or having a piñata at a holiday party just because is always a fun option.
Advent calendar 7
It's almost time to set up the advent calendar. Lucky you, you already have candy to put in it!
Send it to work 8
If you work outside of the home, bring a big bowl of candy to the office and watch your coworkers act like kids at a candy store.
Send it to the troops 9
Operation Shoebox accepts candy donations year round. You want to send individually wrapped candies that are heat resistant. The candies are sent to troops stationed here or abroad.