If you are at home with your kids, or you pack them a lunch to eat at school, this is a fun way to give them a healthy lunch a that will make them laugh. Tiny candy eyeballs can turn any sandwich into a silly monster that will make lunch full of silly fun. A great way to celebrate Halloween with a lunch that they won’t soon forget because, well…it’s looking back at them! This is a great way to make a silly Halloween lunch that takes little to no extra time!
Need a super quick, super cute Halloween snack for you kids to share at school that is healthy and nutritious? Here is a healthy alternative to the normal trick or treat type Halloween candy treat. Festive orange solo cups turned into little monster popcorn holders and ghostly string cheese make for a healthy snack that the kids will be super excited to share with their class. The best part is, it will only take you a few minutes to prepare and your kids will get a kick out of this. They can even help too!
Halloween is just a few days a way! Need a friendly way to greet those adorable trick or treaters that stop by your door this Halloween? Meet our new friend who was created in just minutes using a tomato cage, Christmas lights, a bed sheet, and a pair of plastic dollar store eyes. What a fun way to light up your porch this Halloween and create a glowing ghost friend from things you already have! Every kid who has seen our little ghost has found him to be super awesome, but not too scary!
Halloween is a holiday filled with mystery little kids. How are they not to love an entire day dedicated to dressing up and collecting all sorts of candy and treats just because they look cute in their costumes. My kids love Halloween, and they love any project that is Halloween inspired. This project uses toilet paper rolls and allows the kids to transform them into adorable Frankenstein Halloween decorations. Let them create the Halloween decor in your home!
I am always looking for ways to make our normal play extra exciting for the kids. Halloween is the perfect time to turn normal craft and play times into holiday fun and excitement. We love playing play dough in our house. I haven’t purchased play dough from the store for a couple of years, and instead we make it at home. Making homemade play dough is cheap, easy and a great way to get the kids in the kitchen. Making it in fun festive colors turns it into the perfect Holiday activity for kids.
Here is an adorable and simple DIY Halloween decoration that you can make up in minutes. Rescue a few jars from the recycling and grab your hot glue gun for this goofy Halloween craft. Since the kids are still little, scary decorations are a no-go in our house. These mummies are super silly and friendly enough to be fun for the kids this Halloween. With a few supplies you can convert those jars into an entire family of adorable mummies that can be lit up for the perfect Halloween decoration day or night.
Throughout a rainy and cold weekend we managed to have some indoor fun, carve pumpkins, do Halloween crafts, and spend some quiet time together as a family. We made our staple soft cookie bars, but turned them into a cute pumpkin style Halloween treat to help celebrate pumpkin carving day in our house. It was the perfect treat to share after carving pumpkins and allowed the kids to each make and decorate their own Jack-o-lantern shaped cookie.
This year’s Halloween costumes are done, and my little ones are sporting some cute new DIY costumes. I dislike the thought of spending ton’s of money on cheaply made Halloween costumes, so I always like to make my own. This year Princess Toadstool and Toad from Super Mario were the final choice, and the kid’s play the part just right. For about $25.00 total I was able to create two totally unique and adorable costumes.
This month I was lucky enough to have my niece and nephew spending a weekend at our house. I wanted to come up with a fun craft that the cousins could all do together to get them excited for Halloween. These monster pillows are the perfect craft for the kids to make and enjoy the entire month of October. Let your little monsters create their own little monster pillows just in time for Halloween. These are no sew fun and hard not to love for kids of any age!
These adorable Oreo Monster pops are the perfect way to treat your little ones this Halloween. Not only are they fun to eat, but the kids will have a blast making and creating them. Using some cool Halloween colored Oreo cookies these little monster have a hidden Halloween surprise inside! An orange creme filling makes them extra special. Use sprinkles, coconut, and googly eye candies so the kids can create lots of different monsters to share!