This is the time of the year when there are many family and friend get-togethers. I love anything pumpkin and this is one of my favorite fall party foods. I love to take it to parties as my dish to pass. It is quick and easy to put together and when you serve it in a little pumpkin it is very festive for the season!
Here at A Spotted Pony we have been getting ready for Halloween all month long! If you are looking for any last minute ways to celebrate this frightfully fun holiday here are 17 Halloween things to make, eat and do all brought to you by A Spotted Pony.
We are getting ready for Halloween in our house. What is Halloween without some tasty treats to share with your family and friends. These adorable spider and bat pops are made by covering Oreo cookies in chocolate. Yum!
If you are a mom on the go with long hair you HAVE TO try this. It will knock your socks off and have you wrapping your hair up in them! This is all about how to make your hair beautiful with no heat and no time. Curl your hair in your sleep with a sock.
This is a project that I remember doing as a kid. Take a beautiful fall day, some old clothes, and a pile of leaves and spend some time together as a family making a scarecrow. It was such a blast for all of us and it brought back some good old memories from my own childhood.
I was lucky enough to acquire some really neat vintage cameras a while back. I was waiting for the perfect piece of furniture to come along that I could display them on. I found an old shelf that was on it’s way to the dump and refinished it into the perfect display piece.
Have you ever spotted beautiful place mats in the store and wished you had a reason to buy them. Grab those place mats because they make beautiful throw pillows that take minutes to make! These are seriously the easiest pillows you can possibly make.
We are always trying to come up with ways to make meal time fun – especially when there is a holiday to celebrate. These simple pumpkin pancakes will be a not so scary treat that your kids will love.
Each year we do the normal pumpkin patch visit and pumpkin carving, but here is an alternative to pumpkin carving. Grab some fabric paint and 3D stickers and let the kids decorate their own pumpkins that will last weeks on the porch.
Turn three pizza pans into an adorable piece of wall art for any little boy’s room or playroom. It is as fun and educational as it is cute. With a few inexpensive things you can create a totally unique toy that doubles as wall art!