Have A Booo-tiful Halloween
Wow another year has flown by and it is already Halloween. When we lived at our farm we loved Halloween but we were far away from town. So every year I bought costumes and and goodies for the best Halloween party ever!
It was our Booo-tiful Halloween.
We took care of foster kids for 15 years along with our own children and always looked forward to Halloween. They all had fun getting in their costumes and getting makeup on for a celebration they all enjoyed.
I cooked the main meal in a pumpkin and decorated the table with plastic gloves filled with popcorn and spider rings, and Halloween decor. After we ate we played many games, from bobbing for apples, to eating donuts on a string.
For the final finale they all had to chance to break a pinata for goodies for everyone. I hope when they look back they will remember these times in their lives.
Let us share with you some fun ideas we found that will help you have a Booo-tiful Halloween Party this year.
I just did a Super Hero party for some young girls in our church and I wondered how to make these Paper Rosettes. Well, this Tutorial from Happy Happy Nester shows how to make them as well as a Free Halloween Printable.
We always had crafts to make at our party. Let us share a couple of ones we found recently that we love…..
If you want to go all out Grab some Empty Toilet Paper Rolls and a Bag of LED Tea Light Candles to recreate the Floating Candles from Harry Potter with this Clever DIY from Eating Bender.
Since the kids will be eating a lot of candy serve a Pumpkin Fruit Platter before they go out!
Halloween Soda Labels FREE Printables add a Spooky Touch to your Halloween Celebration. Fun and easy to use, they turn your Favorite Soda Bottles into Ghoulish Decors! Hop Over To Onion Rings and Things For These.
You’re in for a devil of a time when three outlandishly wild witches — Bette Midler (BEACHES, BIG BUSINESS), Sarah Jessica Parker (HONEYMOON IN VEGAS), and Kathy Najimy (SISTER ACT) — return from 17th-century Salem after they’re accidentally conjured up by some unsuspecting pranksters!
It’s a night full of zany fun and comic chaos once the tricky 300-year-old trio sets out to cast a spell on the town and reclaim their youth — but first they must get their act together and outwit three kids and a talking cat!
If Your Kids Have Food Allergies, Look for Teal Pumpkins on Halloween
The Teal Pumpkin Project,encourages those who have “non-food treats” such as small toys, crayons, and stickers, to place a Pumpkin Painted Teal on their porch so parents of affected children will know where to go for safe, ghoulish goodies.
I Hope You Liked What We Shared,
Have a Booo-tiful Halloween!
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