The Switch Witch and the Magic of Switchcraft

When we think of the Fall we think of those fall games, hay rides, and Halloween. For my kids, they look forward to the night of Halloween, where they can go trick or treating and bring home their loot to enjoy. The thing is, when it comes to those traditions over Halloween, not all kids can enjoy them due to allergies they might have when it comes to those candies. So just like around the holidays when we add a Elf to the magic of Christmas, we can add a Switch Witch, who is there for all kids and ready to celebrate Halloween!

With the Switch Witch, you find not only a doll that can be named and added to your traditions, but also a story that can be read over and over again to the kids, each year as we prepare for Halloween. The Switch Witch comes from a Witchy World, where she and other witches find the need for fuel by using candy to keep warm. Allowing kids to give their candy to the witch, and in hand her using her Switchcraft to show her thanks to the kids by giving them a healthy treat or toy for the candy they give her. Making the collecting of candy over Halloween something that everyone can enjoy, even kids with allergies to certain candies and their ingredients, since they can give their candy to the Switch Witch and allow her to use her Switchcrafting to show her thanks to the kids!

We have found the Switch Witch to be a great addition to our Fall traditions, and I also like that once the kids have given the Switch Witch the candies they dont want after they choose a few of their favorites, my husband and I can then box up and donate the candies! Helping to not only make Halloween more fun for my kids, but also helping to give that candy they dont need to US Troops! In all, making the Switch Witch a great item to add to any home to help start a new tradition, and you can find the Switch Witch at your local Target store this Fall!

Product received, thank you to Switch Witch as well as the PR for supplying me with a product for this review, all opinions are my own.
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  1. Janet W.
    October 4, 2015 / 10:25 am

    I'd love to make this one of our new Halloween traditions! My grandsons would love it!

  2. D Johnson
    October 5, 2015 / 11:11 am

    This is such a great idea. I hadn't seen this yet, but I think it would be good for my niece.

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