Keep the vintage look alive! There is something very nostalgic about the classic orange and black Halloween, so we came up with a couple vintage Halloween decor ideas that will keep your Halloween looking more traditional and less contemporary.
Send chills down your guest’s spine by adding what we call the creep effect to any table setting. Here are some great spooky Halloween party ideas. To start off with, add plastic spiders to your food and bone-chilling skulls to haunt your next dinner party.
If you don’t know it, you should, BoxwoodClippings.com is a great blog with creative ideas all year round. Read what the innovative sisters said about Gygi:
We are so excited about the little trick or treats we’ll be giving out this year!
We found everything we needed for Halloween at one of our favorite stores, Gygi.
This is what we used:
Little bitty treat bags $4.50 for 20 bags
Vanilla taffy $7.99 for 3lb bag
Washi tape $2.99
We put three taffy’s in per bag and closed it off with a strip of washi tape. One bag of vanilla taffy, three packets of little bitty treat bags, and one washi tape roll will make about 60 trick or treats, which works out to be around $.40 each.
So tiny and adorable!
We think they’d also make a perfect party favor.
Just for a little Halloween spirit I thought I would share this great guide on how to make caramel monsters!
Happy Halloween! I hope you all have a fun and safe holiday!
Heather is always thinking of fun ways to keep her kids busy with holiday fun. One of the fun crafts they have done are these spooky teeth. Today, we’ll show you how she did it.
So monsters and ghouls don’t give enough scare? Then take a step with us, if you will, out of the box for a new kind of scary with our Halloween Heads!