Tomorrow is the first day of autumn, so I decided to pull out my fall decorations this weekend. My kids were so excited. I absolutely love decorating around this time of year. My favorite things to decorate with are pumpkins, burlap and cinnamon sticks.

Halloween party drinks are often filled with artificial colors and flavors.  This Hocus Pocus Punch is free of artificial colors and dyes.

Hocus Pocus Halloween Punch

Halloween party drinks are often filled with artificial colors and flavors. This Hocus Pocus Punch is free of artificial colors and dyes.

Cover a pumpkin with glue ~~ and epsom salt for a sparkle that's more classic-looking than glitter  :)

Cover a pumpkin with glue ~~ and epsom salt for a sparkle that's more classic-looking than glitter :)

10 Days of Thrifty Halloween Ideas: Day 5

10 Days of Thrifty Halloween Ideas: Day 5

- Cute halloween goody bags. I made these for bake sale at work on Halloween. I waited to late, so I had to go with the pumpkin PEEPs instead of the ghost, but still cute as button! Easy to assemble & perfect for kids to help with.

2 packs (3 oz) Raspberry jello 1 pkg unflavored gelatin 3/4 cup whipping cream 3 cups boiling water 15 drops green food coloring 100 flexible straws Tall container (1 quart or 1 liter carton)  Combine gelatin in bowl & add boiling water.  Let it cool to lukewarm, then add the whipping cream & 15 drops green food coloring.  Flex straws out, wrap rubber band around & put in the container.  Add mixture, let it set until firm. Hold the straws over warm water to release.

2 packs (3 oz) Raspberry jello 1 pkg unflavored gelatin 3/4 cup whipping cream 3 cups boiling water 15 drops green food coloring 100 flexible straws Tall container (1 quart or 1 liter carton) Combine gelatin in bowl & add boiling water. Let it cool to lukewarm, then add the whipping cream & 15 drops green food coloring. Flex straws out, wrap rubber band around & put in the container. Add mixture, let it set until firm. Hold the straws over warm water to release.

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