On Halloween, a visible walkway will help the little ghosts and goblins in your neighborhood stay safe. Whether your taste is classic or creepy, we’ve got 10 festive ideas from around the web to help inspire your space.
Halloween treats are fun to make and even more fun to eat! What’s better than chocolate chip cookie vampire teeth and circus peanut witch fingers? We found 20 fantastically spooky Halloween goodies for you.
It’s October 1st, and we’ve officially begun celebrating Halloween at our house. This weekend, decorations will be brought up from the basement and set out on the mantles and porches. We’ll do Halloween crafts and projects all month long, and of course get ready to take part in the neighborhood BOOing! In between all that, the kids love to do spooky themed mazes, word searches and coloring pages, and I love the ease of printables, especially during dinner prep! Here are some kids Halloween links for your enjoyment:
There are so many options when it comes to decorating pumpkins for Halloween. You can go all out and carve an intricate, spooky design, let the kids have at it with brushes and paint and their own creativity, and so many places in between. Here are a few fun ideas we found when browsing the web looking for Halloween inspiration!