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Halloween - My Favorite!!

Halloween - My Favorite!!

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Homemade Halloween Decorations

Handmade Halloween Ideas

I made this for my son's birthday party. It was a big hit, and it was very easy!

64 Healthy Halloween Snack Ideas For Kids (Non-Candy)

These 50 kid-friendly Halloween food ideas are perfect to inspire you for your Halloween parties.

50 Kid-Friendly Halloween Food Ideas

Make sure your Halloween bash is a hit with these creative Halloween treats:

Easy Halloween Treats Kids Can Make

OREO Cookie Eyeballs – A Halloween Treat DIY. If I used purple skittles instead of M&M's or Reeses pieces Matthew could eat them.

OREO Cookie Eyeballs - A Halloween Treat DIY

Deer and deer hunter haloween costumes | ... you can do this deer makeup. And all you need for antlers are sticks

For Halloween

64 Non-Candy Halloween Snack Ideas

64 Healthy Halloween Snack Ideas For Kids (Non-Candy)


Zombie Boogers recipe. I will have to make this at Halloween!

Paper & Parcel : Blog: Zombie Boogers

A better way to slice a pumpkin. Easier to scoop out seeds and you won't burn yourself trying to get a light in there!

Halloween Punch - 3 ingredients: pineapple juice, orange sherbet, and orange soda. HELLO!

Lanterns for Halloween--wrap old jars in rubber bands, spray-paint, then remove bands.

Pineapple Jack o Lantern - that would smell soooooo good, too!!!!!

Halloween PEEPS® in Hot Chocolate for a cold trick or treat night!

Use purple crepe paper to cover a large window or glass door, and then cut up black bats in different sizes.

For Halloween, draw faces on cups with a black Sharpie. Add vanilla pudding tinted with green food coloring. Crush some Oreo's to sprinkle on top of the pudding. Frankencups! - cute

Halloween Drink

Cut scrap piece of black paper on an angle, cut out some fingers, and punch out the eyes. Tape it onto the toilet. :)


Zombie plants- dollar store doable

So cute for the porch on Halloween night!

Breed gummy worms in ice and infest a cold Halloween drink. Put the worms in an ice-cube tray, letting them stick out of the top and sprawl over the edges, and fill tray with water or clear drink; freeze. Add cubes to a clear beverage, and watch as kids squirm with delight.

Spider deviled eggs

Mummy Lights