Get Ready for Halloween with @CherylsDesserts Cookie Decorating Kit

Halloween is quickly approaching and it is time to start decorating the house and getting your costume ready for some trick or treating.

This year Cheryl’s  cookies has introduced another way to get ready for Halloween with their new Halloween Cut-Out Cookie Decorating Kit. This is a delicious and fun gift idea!

Cheryl’s new cut-out cookie decorating kit arrives with everything you need to create yummy buttercream frosted Cheryl’s treats at home- no baking necessary! This kit includes 24 unfrosted pumpkin and ghost cut-out cookies, a one pound tub of vanilla and one pound tub of chocolate buttercream frosting with Halloween sprinkles container. $39.99

I was lucky enough to decorate some of these delicious cookies with my nieces and we had such a great time doing it.  The package comes with everything you need. The cookies are all individually wrapped so that they stay as fresh as possible.  You can choose which type of frosting you would like vanilla or chocolate and the sprinkles are so cute with ghosts, bats and colored sprinkles.

 I found it a little easier to put the frosting in the microwave for 20 seconds to soften up the icing so my nieces could decorate the cookies themselves.    Everyone loved choosing their own cookie and mixing up the sprinkles and even combining the icing.  If you would like you could even add food coloring to the vanilla buttercream and make it orange for pumpkins.

This was a great treat to have just in time for the Halloween season.

Raising Three Savvy Ladies has a Cheryl’s Decorating Kit for one lucky reader. 

 Thank you to Lauren for being such a wonderful aunt and for writing up this great review of Cheryl’s Cookies.
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  1. says

    We deco more for Fall then Halloween, carved pumpkings is about the only HALLOWEEN item we do -the rest is scarecrows, leaves,goards, and other assorted Harvesty items–great to switch right into Thanksgiving then =)

  2. Angela Kinder says

    We will actually start decorating at least 2 weeks before October 31st, and sometimes we start planning costumes in September or what we want to do as far as handing out candy and/or party. What can we say- we love Halloween. LOL

  3. maureen says

    I will bring out the decor about a month early and I will also bring out a rust colored afghan to put around the great room and glass pumpkin that holds candy and some candy corn.

  4. says

    I love halloween. We usually decorate our front porch and have a halloween party about every other year. We always carve pumpkins and make some fun halloween treats.

  5. Tara F. says

    Love decorating the house and porch. We shop for costumes, go pumpkin picking and carve them. We make special treats, etc.
    sweetpeonies07 at gmail

  6. Erin says

    I recently moved into a house from an apartment, so we don’t have any Halloween decorations yet! I’m sure next year will look fabulous, though — right now, all I can do is stock up on candy for our kid-friendly neighborhood.

  7. Ann Fantom says

    Right now we are decorating for Halloween. Nothing really scary just decorating the front porch with pumpkins, squash, hay bales and corn stalks.

  8. Jo says

    Halloween is the best holiday to decorate for because you can have all kinds of fun decorating without the hassle of all the entertaining. I don’t do ultra scary; just fun, funky, creepy.

  9. CATHY TRUMAN says

    We decorate the outside of our house and get tons of candy for all the kids who
    come to our house.

  10. lynn sexton says

    We decorate my putting out our Halloween graveyard….and decorate all the way to the pool deck….very spooky and my favorite time of year!!

  11. Pauline M says

    I love decorating the front of my house for halloween. I have pumpkins, flattened witches for the trees, and window decor going up this weekend!

  12. Jane says

    Have the decor, the costumes events begin this weekend, oh the excitement.
    This would be great for our family.

  13. Chrissy Nestor says

    I love decorating and carving pumpkins with my family.

    chrissylea1979 (at)gmail(dot) com

  14. Stephanie Larison says

    We get ready by going to the pumpkin patch with my daughter! She’s loves it.

  15. Mary Somerville says

    Putting together the costumes is the big thing to the Kids! We get our pumpkins from a local farm, which has hayrides & activities. I like to find some fun recipes to make.


    decorate the house, and of course go to the pumpkin patch with the kids for pumpkins to carve =)

  17. Jennifer says

    We find costumes, make decorations and have a small party- complete with cake walk, apple bobbing and more!

  18. Belinda Shaw says

    I take our grandkids to pick out their pumpkins and help them carve them and light them. I also get Halloween candy.

  19. Maryann says

    We decorate outside with pumpkins, scarecrows and hay bales. We make sure to have lots of candy ready too!

  20. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says

    We get ready for Halloween by creating a family graveyard in the front yard! We each make our own tombstone!

  21. Denice P says

    we put up lights on the trees out side of the house. we also have some black lights an a dead dummy out on the porch for extra creepyness.

  22. Vikki Billings says

    We decorate the front porch and we buy candy to hand out to the kids. I also like to bake cookies with my grandkids.

  23. Krista says

    I start stocking up on candy and will stop by one of the roadside sellers and buy pumpkins.

  24. K Anne says

    We get ready for Halloween by getting out all of our Halloween decorations and putting them up.

  25. Allison Downes says

    We carve pumpkins, decorate the house, and pick out our costume choices

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  26. Lynda Natale says

    Halloween is big in our house and this year being our 1st yr in our new house we are busy decorating and planning a party for my son’s friends. We have everything halloween… paper towels, napkins and anything you can think of

  27. Jennifer R says

    We get Halloween costumes early to beat the crowd, decorate the house, and stock up on candy.
    reejen at comcast dot net

  28. Audrey L says

    Cookies, Halloween Beanie Babies & Buddies on display, candy purchased…now waiting for the fun to begin!

  29. Jeni Lutz says

    buying coatumes,decorating and carving pumpkins and making peanutbutter pumkins and cookies

  30. Aimee Fontenot says

    I usually get a bunch of candy and a few decorations for the outside of the house. Sometimes we go to parties or haunted houses.

  31. Karen says

    We get the little one her costume and then hopefully get some decorations to decorate a little bit now that she is getting into the spirit.

  32. Valerie C. says

    I decorate the house and try my best to make costumes….sometimes I give up and just buy them :)

  33. Leslie L. Stanziani says

    We are making decorations tomorrow(art class) and cookies on Tuesday(partial science lesson as well as math).

  34. Debbie Welchert says

    All of my grandchildren get to choose who they want to be for halloween. The house is decorated with spider webs, spiders and pumpkins.

  35. Jayne G says

    We put pumpkin lights on the bushes outside and a Halloween doormat on the front porch.

  36. alyce poalillo says

    Decorate the front porch, buy candy for the children and get black candles for inside

  37. Mya Murphy says

    it’s just my hubby and I. Hardly ever get kids, but on the off chance, I get a small bag lol

  38. Rachel Ellis says

    We decorate the entire house (even though we live in the middle of nowhere and nobody will see it). We also plan our trick-or-treating route a few weeks ahead of time (my son loves this step!).

  39. Ann Council says

    I let my black hair down, get the broom out of the closet, and after a test fly by around the house, I take off and spook the entire neighborhood and thats what I call Halloween.

  40. Jennifer Peaslee says

    I like to make some seasonal goodies, but other than that we just get ready by buying candy for trick or treaters…exciting this year because we moved to a new house and I’m not sure how many we’ll get!

  41. Beth Palacios says

    Halloween is my favorite Holiday to get ready for! We decorate the house, take the kids to the Pumpkin Patch, and wait for Trick or Treating.

  42. Cheryl Reinhardt says

    We Decorate the house……… we make cookies and share them with others and we go shopping for spooktacular Halloween Costumes!

  43. Kellie Conklin says

    We get ready for halloween by putting up halloween window clings and decorations as well as looking through halloween catalogs to choose a costume! Oh and who can forget carving a pumpkin! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  44. mary gardner says

    not much – just make sure we have costumes, a carved pumpkin, a few decorations and candy to give out

    jagar0047 at yahoo dot com

  45. Trisha McKee says

    We live right beside a graveyard so we have to decorate and go all out! We do that and we bake cookies for the holiday. Plus, all the great, cheesy scary movies.

  46. Samantha says

    I carve pumpkin and eat pumpkin seeds to get ready for halloween! oh and lots of chocolate!

  47. Kelly Britton says

    Halloween is my favorite holiday. Since my son is 28 and we don’t have tricker treaters, we have toned down the decorating for the holiday. I keep praying for a grandbaby so that I can dig out my Halloween decorations and look forward to baking scary cookies!

  48. Lucy Schwartz says

    I have a big metal Black Cat that I put in the planter , I try to coax out black cat Nickolas to join me on the stoop to give out the treats and have plenty of candy for the kiddies. Nicholas is usually a no show – go figure.

  49. Beverly M says

    I decorate the house and buy lots of candy for the trick or treaters. I love seeing them in all their cute costumes. Thanks for this contest!

  50. Laurie Emerson says

    I love to decorate the inside and outside of our home. I also love to start making my children’s costumes.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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