My fondest memories of fall and winter months growing up were always the cold or rainy days when I sat inside and worked on holiday crafts. Pumpkins, ghosts, turkeys, snowmen — I was always making something to hang on the fridge or display on a shelf.
As an adult, I now realize I was also making a gigantic mess of glitter, glue and construction paper.
If you have crafty kids and want to jump-start the Halloween season — without leaving a craft disaster for you to clean up — JCPenney is here to help. Just head to your local JCPenney between 11 a.m. and noon on Saturday, Oct. 13 and your kids can make a free scarecrow or haunted house!
Not only do you not need to bring anything, as all materials are provided, but the mess is also not in your house.
Your kids will also receive a free pin once they complete the project and you’ll get a 10-percent-off coupon to use in-store on the day of the event. Your child must be accompanied by a parent during the event, but then you are free to shop together and save 10-percent.
Will you be taking your little ones to JCPenney on Oct. 13 to create a Halloween craft?