Give out the Coolest Candy on the Block this Halloween

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15th Oct, 2012

The French don’t really celebrate Halloween or go trick-or-treating (blasphemous, I know), so MessyNessy is feeling a little left out over here with all the Halloween build-up on the internet. To make myself feel better I’m officially declaring a Halloween countdown on MessyNessyChic, so expect plenty of spooky stories and ghostly goodies this month! Today, I’d like to show you some of the best Halloween candy I found on Etsy. Candy corn is like, SO last year.

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1. Lollipops by Vintage Confections

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2. Day of the Dead Bohemian Cookies by Baked

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3. Eye of the Dragon Gooey Popcorn Balls by Scrumpalicious

4. Ghost Kisses (or Poop) by AMM Designs

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5. Ghoolish Witchie Brewed Cookies by Tookie

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(For him and for her!)

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6. Almond Flavored Zombie Rations for Walking Dead Fans (Gift Box!) by Scrumpalicious

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7. Smell my Feet Personalized Cupcake Gift Boxes by Favor Box Bakery

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8. Chevron Pumpkin Cookies by Lizy B’s Bakery Shop

9. Edible Fondant Ghostbusters Cupcake Toppers by Sugar & Stripes Co.

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10. Edible Bloody Zombie Monster Hand Cupcake Toppers by Sweet Touch Decor

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