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If you don't have time to carve a complete face, give your jack-o'-lantern a fancy feature. Cut the top from the pumpkin, scoop out the flesh, and then carve triangular eyes and a hole for the nose. Insert a carrot -- or, in the case of a white 'Lumina' pumpkin, a parsnip.

Carrot-Nose Jack-o'-Lanterns

of 79 > Carrot-Nose Jack-o'-Lanterns If you don't have time to carve a complete face, a carrot will add some character to your jack-o-'lantern. How to Make Carrot-Nose Jack-o'-Lanterns

Glowing Ghost Cups This is a fun project that even the little ones can pul off. You could essentially decorate the cups however you’d like and use them for Halloween or any type of party.

20 Cool Glow Stick Ideas For Kids and Parties (With Pictures)

Glowing Ghosts - Here’s a quick Halloween project idea you can do with your preschooler from translucent plastic cups, glow sticks and a sharpie marker!

Homemade Root Beer using dry ice - must try!

Potable Potions: Homemade dry ice root beer a fun Halloween tradition! I need to come up with a cocktail to do this with.

Couronne toute simple à réaliser

A grapevine wreath, spray painted.and ghoulishly embellished with some Halloweenie craft items! Add black tulle, and your all set!

Jello Worms! These look so real! All you need to make this creepy snack is raspberry or grape jello, some food coloring and straws. Super gross looking, but I bet my kids would think this was cool. See the recipe and directions at divinedinnerparty.com. I wanted to show you some fun and thrifty Halloween crafts and snacks youcontinue reading

10 Days of Thrifty Halloween Fun Ideas: Day #3

Halloween Party Food: Slimy Worms These fun little Halloween finger foods are slimy, sweet and oh-so tasty. Watch kids (and adults!) squeal with disgust and delight at the sight of a big bowl of these lifelike gelatin worms. SO gross.

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