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It was a bash! It was a monster, alien, robot bash

For the kid in all of us. - cute use of a empty paint can

Halloween party craft. To make spider pops you will need lollipops, black pipe cleaners and small wiggly eyes ... center the pipe cleaner around the lollipop stick making sure both sides are even and then twist them tight .... repeat 4 times to make 8 legs .... glue on the wiggly eyes .... bend the ends of the pipe cleaners so they look like spider legs


Halloween Party Favor: Mummy Candy Cans

#DIY Halloween Party Favor: Mummy Candy Cans>>

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Mummy Mason Jars

Halloween Craft: Mason Jar Mummies

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Halloween Ideas & Activities

Toilet Paper Disguises: Did this last year, adorable

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Mummy Candy Holder Craft

mummy jars

Halloween Trick-or-Treat – Hand-shaped Treat Bags | Queen Bee Coupons & Savings. Made with WinCo Bulk Savings! <3

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:( My mamaw used to do these every year for her trick or treaters.... she got blow pops or tootsie pops and tied a kleenex on top with a small piece of orange ribbon so cute... i think she glued wiggly eyes on them too

Trick-or-Treat Tubes These clear tubes are turning up at parties everywhere not only because they're adorable, but because they're so easy! Just fill with candy or gumballs and top with a printable Halloween flag design.

Great idea for preschool (even though I know what a pain the juice in these is for teachers - kids can't open them; juice goes everywhere....) Mandarin oranges with jack-o-lantern faces sharpied on them.

Halloween Dollar Store Project.....Touch Light with base painted black and black marker used to add face.....spooky!

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30 Awesome Halloween Games for Kids

Witch Ring Toss - great activity to help keep the little ones entertained before they go out trick-or-treating. Also, a fun game for class/home Halloween parties. :)

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DIY Halloween Door Decorations

An easy Halloween craft you can make with the kids - a Mummy door.

Halloween characters made with 2x4 wood- I didn't have a cricut machine, so I hand painted the faces and left off the words at the bottom, but it turned out really cute! I used cheesecloth instead of burlap on the mummy due to inability to find it in our town, so it's whiter looking. However, a couple weeks on the porch and it'll look dirty enough. :)

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Boo! DIY Mummy Pumpkin

DIY Mummy Pumpkin