I’ve always been a Disney fan, but throw Halloween into the mix and I’m a HUGE fan. The last few years I’ve turned attending Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party, at either Disneyland or Disney World, into a new tradition. I love all things Halloween already, but Disney Halloweens do not disappoint! This year, I wasn’t able to go so I wanted to incorporate my own Disney touches into my home Halloween decor. This DIY Halloween poison apple pumpkin is a nod to all of the Disney villains that deserve a little recognition this time of year, and when celebrating the bad is actually very, very good!
I’m sure most of you have heard about Voodoo dolls or have seen them in movies. They’re usually associated with witch doctors, black magic, and, of course, those pins! Voodoo dolls can be used for all types of things, both positive and negative, but since it is Halloween, after all, I’m making mine a little more spooky and menacing…although they are still pretty darn cute, right? These Voodoo doll Halloween cookies are really easy to make and decorate, and add a fun Halloween touch to your parties or gatherings! Do you dare to give them a try?
There is only about a week left before Halloween and that means a weekend packed full of Halloween activities and events. If you’re avoiding those Halloween parties because you have to bring a treat, don’t. I’m sharing another grocery store cake hack with you guys and this one is a BREEZE, and the easiest cake hack to date. This Halloween bat cake takes no time to put together and it’s just waiting to be placed on a party table!
Today’s delicious project definitely borders on the line of gross and cute. I can’t decide where I’m at on this one. BUT, given that it’s a Halloween project and I’m all about upping the gruesome factor, I’m going to consider it a win either way. These edible halloween brain raspberry truffles are easy to make and will gross out all of your party guests! They would make the perfect mad scientist themed treat, or will excite even the hungriest group of zombies. So head into the lab, grab a scalpel, and let’s harvest some braaains!
You’ve seen them in stores, in vending machines, and maybe even in your kids birthday favor bags, but if you’ve never printed your own temporary tattoos at home, you are missing out! Maybe you didn’t realize that was even an option, but it is! With a few simple supplies, you’ll be a temporary tattoo printing, applying, and sporting master! I’ve also got some fun printable Halloween temporary tattoos for you guys to download and try too! Because what better excuse to wear a tattoo sleeve, than Halloween?! 😉
Do you ever have those moments when you think to yourself, “Damn. I’m impressed with myself”? Well, this was one of those moments for me. I’ve never made bread from scratch before. Well, besides banana bread or things similar to that. (Do those even count?) But, I’m talking from scratch, yeast sandwich bread. This baby has to rise TWICE. That’s dedication. Add in the fact that I even took it up a notch and made marbled bread for halloween. Because, Halloween definitely needs it’s own loaf. Am I right?
I was not only impressed with myself, but I was also surprised that it was soooo easy to make. Why have I not done this before?!
Don’t let the thought of making homemade bread intimidate you, like I obviously did prior to these little beauties. I’ll be making a lot more fresh bread in this house from now on!
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Stuck on what to give out to trick or treaters this year? In charge of snacks for your child’s classroom treats? Or do you just want to spread a little Halloween cheer around the office? Whichever scenario you may find yourself in this year (and, yes, you may be stuck with more than one of those too!), today’s fun idea will take the guess work out of them all! Plus, I’m giving you guys a free download to make your lives that much easier! 😉 These Halloween treat bag toppers add the perfect spooky touch to pre-packaged treats so that you can attach and go, without spending a ton of time baking, making, or hunting for the perfect snack!
The printable files for this DIY fit perfectly on the Kellogg’s® snack packs that I used. I visited my local Smith’s store to purchase my products, but you can visit any Kroger or Kroger banner store to find the same products that I used. Or you can even hover over the image above to start shopping for your favorite Halloween snacks online too!
It’s officially October, which means it’s time to dive into all things Halloween! (Although, let’s be honest…I don’t let the date stop me from celebrating a little bit early 😉 ) One of my fave sweets to enjoy during this spooky month…? Caramel apples! But I’m not just planning to eat any old boring caramel apple this year. I’m making these marshmallow cereal treat caramel apples!