Candy Corn Bark for Halloween! I love how easy this candy bark comes together and you can use all kinds of fun sprinkles and candies on top. So cute for Halloween parties or even on cakes and cupcakes!
October 31 seems to creep up on us every single year. Still set on treating Junior to that one-of-a-kind disguise? Frightened by the idea of making your own costume from scratch? Don’t be. Get into the spirit with creative ideas that can pulled together with cupcake liners, coffee filets, and more household items. We know it’s tempting to just give up and head to the Halloween store for some packaged kid costumes, but just think about how unique your child’s outfit will be if you use one of…
Crafts Made Easy: Halloween Decor. I could make a Halloween cookbook with some of my favorite Halloween recipes and just use a lot of plays on words and make the book look this way. It would be a perfect addition to my kitchen.
These are the best DIY ghosts I've ever seen. They begin "life" as styrofoam mannequin heads like the kind sold at wig salons or at craft stores like Jo-Ann. Four layers of cheesecloth glued to the heads but left loose and flowing below the chins completes the ghostly effect. They can stand on their necks, but they're even ghostlier when suspended.
If your go-to costume (year after year…after year) is a black cat, give it a quick—and still effortless—upgrade this time around. Spell out “copy” with adhesive alphabet stickers and place them on a white T-shirt (or, opt for a black T-shirt with white letters). Don’t forget to finish the look with your old standby ears and tail.