As the leaves continue to rustle and Halloween decorations adorn your local lawns, it’s time to get in the holiday spirit if you haven’t already.

We’ve put together a few treats (trust us, there’s no tricks here) that you can do this Halloweekend with your tube wringer. A few of these, you can even continue to do well into the  month of November. 

Your home will look festive and fun in no time! 

#1 Frosted Cookies 

Let’s kick things off with a classic treat – frosted cookies. The Original Tube Wringer can be your secret weapon for getting every last drop out of those tubes of frosting. Just when you think you’ve done all the decorating your frosting tube will allow you to do, run it through The Original Tube Wringer and enjoy one more cookie. 

#2 Yogurt Frankenstein’s 

If you’ve got young ones at home, you’re probably familiar with the popularity of yogurt that comes in a tube. These simple snacks can be squeezed out to create a fun and spooky treat. Kids will enjoy making these, but they’ll enjoy eating them even more! 

To create these cute ‘lil Frankenstein monsters, you’ll need: 

  • Yogurt Tubes 
  • Green Food Coloring 
  • Mini Chocolate Chips 
  • Pretzel Sticks 
  • Chocolate Cookies (crushed)

Step 1) Squeeze out the tube of yogurt into a small mixing bowl. Get every last drop out with the help of The Original Tube Wringer. 

Step 2) Add green food coloring to the bowl. Use The Original Tube Wringer if you’re on the last of your food coloring tube. 

Step 3) Mix together yogurt and food coloring till you get a very light green color. 

Step 4) Place the yogurt onto a wax paper lined baking sheet in the shape of rectangles. It’s okay if they’re a little blobbish-it’s a monster, after all! 

Step 5) Place your mini chocolate chips as the eyes and add the pretzel sticks as the bolts. Use a few of your crushed cookie bits to make a mouth. 

Step 6) Place in the freezer for about an hour. 

Step 7) Remove from the baking tray with a spatula and enjoy! 

This is a sweet surprise that’ll have everyone screaming for more.

#3 Crimped Pumpkin Vine 

The Original Tube Wringer isn’t just for edible treats either; it’s perfect for crafting, too. You can give these non-consumable treats out to friends and family or use them as a fun craft for kids in the classroom or at home. 

Crimping paper to create pumpkin vines and leaves for fall-themed decor is a breeze with The Original Tube Wringer. Crimp your paper strips and assemble them to form intricate pumpkin vines and leaves. You can use these adorable paper pumpkins to embellish greeting cards, table settings, or even wall art. The possibilities are as endless as a haunted maze.

#4 Crimped Fall Leaves 

The fall season always beckons beautiful leaves to fall from the trees in vibrant shades of red, orange, and yellow. Don’t you wish you could savor their natural beauty year-round? 

Well, you can capture their beauty all year long with The Original Tube Wringer!

Crimp real leaves and press them onto paper to create unique, nature-inspired fall decor. Whether you’re making a holiday gift for someone or creating autumnal wall art for your own home, these leafy creations will add a touch of the outdoors to your indoor space.

#5 Crimped Paper Bats

No Halloween is complete without bats, and The Original Tube Wringer can help you craft a colony of them. To make these, crimp black paper strips to create wings, and attach them to your bat body. Then just add some googly eyes and place these bats on walls and doors. Use them to decorate your home, parties, or even as costume accessories. 

These homemade bats are sure to make a haunting impression.

This Halloween and fall season, don’t limit your creativity. 

The Original Tube Wringer is here to help you create spooky treats and fun fall crafts that will leave everyone spellbound. From getting the most out of your frosting for cookies to crafting holiday decor, it’s a versatile tool that promises wickedly good results. 

What are you making?