Boo! Halloween is just around the corner and Graveyard Pudding Halloween Treats are perfect for last minute people! I can make these in 15 minutes flat. Don’t worry. The appearance and taste aren’t compromised. Halloween parties offer the perfect opportunity to get creative in the kitchen. Halloween party foods range from the spooky and creepy to the fun and unique. Graveyard pudding is more on the fun and unique end of the spectrum, which means it’s also ideal for a kids’ Halloween party. The original Graveyard Pudding recipe used different ingredients than we did, but ours are just as yummy and just as fun to make. [Read more…]
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Kids aren’t the only ones who dress up and have fun on Halloween. It’s a fun holiday for adults, too – and costumes are just the beginning. Dressing up and going to a Halloween party with your adult friends while the kids are out collecting candy is a great way to relax and channel your inner child. The right Halloween snacks and drinks make every Halloween party even more fun. It’s better than trick-or-treating for candy and gives you a chance to feel like a kid again. [Read more…]
Tootsie Pops are a favorite treat, especially on Halloween. I always loved them when I was a kid. I remember checking the wrappers for the “Indian” because that mattered for some reason. As an adult, I’ve realized that the colorful wrappers and sweet taste make the perfect trick or treat gift on Halloween. With this adorable Halloween lollipops project, you can dress up those Tootsie Pops to really make an impression. They’re perfect for Halloween decorations or for giving to the neighborhood kids who come knocking. And they’re super easy to make. [Read more…]
Here’s a sure way to get your trick or treaters in the mood for Halloween. This easy Monster Meatloaf Halloween Dinner recipe puts a different presentation on a homecooked meatloaf full of hearty nutrition.
These Halloween Party Decorations will be super spooky and fun to make! First things first – do NOT eat the trees! There is a wire in them. (Gulp!) Everything else is edible. These are yummy and adorable Halloween centerpieces! The original post says they are not edible; however, it’s because of the black wire they used. Instead of black wire, I twisted my trees together and then used black electrical tape to tie it together. [Read more…]
Creepy Crackled Halloween Eggs are the perfect Halloween snack! It’s a creative and spooky way to serve up those every day eggs with a little Halloween excitement. Children will have fun making them. They are easy, affordable and a better choice than candy!
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Halloween this year for my house has a candy corn theme going on. I don’t know how it happened but each DIY project I was attracted to was candy corn related. First the Candy Corn Cones and then the Wine Bottle Candy Corn Light and now these easy and tasty candy corn crafts!
These tasty projects made with actual candy corn were a lot of fun. They are great for all ages and if there’s a candy corn that splits, YUM! That works too.
The candy corn bracelet, necklace and garland are all created the same way. EASY!
Here’s what we did:
Last night I made a super cool Halloween craft – the candy corn cone craft I’ve been seeing around everywhere. I thought they were great, but I wanted to brighten it up a bit. With all the excitement of meeting Kathie Lee Gifford over the weekend, I also had wine on my mind. 😉 Also, on my way to work this morning, when I talked to my sister about it, we came up with this quick and easy wine bottle candy corn light. Tonight I worked through it as it was a little bit trickier than the candy corn cones. The smooth surface and shape of the bottle created a little challenge but was well worth it!
Here are the steps for this Halloween Craft Candy Corn Light:
My sister and I live in a small town with very few places to shop and even fewer places to buy unique and affordable Halloween costumes. I don’t know how many times one of us would go to a Halloween party and discover one or two other people dressed like us. It was so embarrassing! But now we order our costumes online and save money, time, and find original costumes. With thousands of place to choose from online, variety is a given!
Below are my top 3 favorite places to shop online for Halloween costumes and costumes for other occasions.
Bath bombs and special soaps make great gifts. They offer an invitation to relax and show you cared enough to make something just for your special someone. This year show someone your love with a handmade soap or two or three… Hey, you should pamper yourself and make some for yourself – no one says you have to share! [Read more…]
It’s fall! It’s also time to make goodies for back-to-school events, harvest parties, and Halloween. These easy Rice Krispies Pumpkins are quick to make and will crown you Queen of Cool Food! We guarantee it!! The idea is simple and can be varied as much as you care.
Emily’s children are older now, and cereal isn’t always in the cupboard. Furthermore, Rice Krispies cereal was hardly a favorite except for making those ooey gooey bars all children crave. While Krispies weren’t available, Rice Chex were. Crushing this cereal resulted in something that would work well. Experimenting is always a good thing in the kitchen so she gave those a whirl. [Read more…]
Crockpot Meatloaf smells delicious as it cooks all day! This is one of the easiest freezer crockpot meals to make as you don’t need to brown the burger first. My daughter had never had meatloaf until this and now it’s a requested meal. I’m happy to oblige since it’s got wholesome ingredients and is easy to make!
Candy corn are the rage this Halloween season… at least in my household. We love Halloween and we love to decorate! Why not do it with one of favorite Halloween treats? This Candy Corn Mason Jar Craft is simple and affordable to make.
With Halloween behind us, the candy consumed and the leaves almost gone, it’s time to look toward Thanksgiving and the busy holiday season. This year, try some simple crafts to get you in the grateful spirit of Thanksgiving. I got this idea and photo from Woman’s Day magazine, one of my favorite magazines! This paper decoration is durable and you can find the supplies at any craft store. I got most of mine from Jo-ann Fabrics.
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Since you all loved the Nicole Duke’s Easy & Free DIY Leaf Rose tutorial, I thought you’d like to keep in theme and try this one! Those fall leaves are still coming down like crazy and every day I notice gorgeous colors to make crafts with. I found this on Pinterest and followed it to a site called My Creative Stirrings (picture credit). I fell in love and think you will too!
Here’s what we did: