Posts Tagged ‘Halloween’

DIY Costumes for Adults, Kids, and Even Pets

Posted Thursday, October 22nd, 2015 by .

It’s that time of year again: Halloween. Whether you’re trick-or-treating, hosting a party, or just passing out candy, it’s time to dress up and be someone or something that you can’t be the rest of the year. We’re here to help with some simple-costume ideas for you, your little ones, and your pets.

Adult Disguises

There’s no need to rush out and spend good money on a store-bought costume. You probably have everything you need to make an awesome disguise right in your home.  If you want to keep things really simple, throw on some black pants and a black garbage bag. Presto, you’re a raisin. Have an old white sheet? Cut out a couple eye holes, throw it over your head, and you’re a ghost. This stick figure is easy to make, and creative too. Click on the photograph credit for 28 other DIY ideas.


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Halloween Life Hacks

Posted Thursday, October 15th, 2015 by .

Are you planning a Halloween party? If so, you need some life hacks to make it easier! Anyone can add red food coloring to a bowl of punch to simulate blood, or string up some fake cobweb with a few plastic spiders in it. This year, why not go the extra mile with the Halloween life hacks below? They’re sure to leave your family and friends screaming for more scary thrills!

Tricky Treats

If you’re hosting a Halloween party, there are lots of ways to create a spooky atmosphere. You could make eyeballs out of radishes, set out a rat cheeseball with a tray of crackers, and make these edible Jell-O worms for dessert.  By freezing water in a latex glove, you could even add an iced hand to the punch bowl.


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Halloween Costumes Made Out of Paper

Posted Monday, October 27th, 2014 by .

It’s 8pm on Halloween night and you didn’t buy a costume. You look around the house and all you have is paper. Perfect! Here are our favorite Halloween costumes that incorporate paper. Hopefully they inspire you (and save you from being a hobo again).

Paper Masks

Lightweight and less confining than traditional masks, these paper masks are really impressive and relatively easy to make. Download a template as a PDF, print it out on card paper, fold, and glue. Paint them for added wow factor. Check out all designs.

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5 Easy Steps to a Spooky DIY Halloween Party

Posted Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 by .

It’s less than two weeks until Halloween. Here are five easy steps to get ready for that party:

1. Pick a Theme

Nothing is more magical than All Hallows Eve, the night when kids and adults alike transform themselves into magical creatures. Of course, magic reminds us of wizard school, which means we love this idea of a Harry Potter Halloween party. Here are 100 Harry Potter Halloween party ideas from House of Paint.

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Top Ten Printable Halloween Projects

Posted Friday, October 5th, 2012 by .

English: Pumpkin carving - photo taken in dark...

(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

As the evenings draw in and the leaves begin to turn, one of the best nights of the year for kids is on the horizon. Halloween, which will be here at the end of the month, is a great opportunity to spend some quality time with our children. To that end we’re going to share with you some of our favorite printable activities and projects from around the web. We hope you find them as much fun as we do, and that they’ll help you create a the perfect spooky atmosphere for Halloween fun.

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