Posts in the ‘Halloween’ Category
As promised, here is Part II of the incredible Halloween parties added to our site this year! I get so excited to show these off. Take a look...
(To see the whole party, click on the link or the photo.)
House of Spooks by Michelle S
Spooky Halloween Party by Angie K
Witches Ball by Shaye M
Kawaii Halloween Party by Christine K
Leigh's 6th Birthday Spooktakular! by I Heart Parties
The Witch is In by Crissy
Black & Orange Halloween by Crystal M
Tricks, Treats and Tutus by Lea C
A Merry Halloween by Monique T
Halloween Birthday Party by Marjaneh E
Little Boo Bash by Roxie M
Cupcake Graveyard by Katelyn M
Halloween in Wonderland by Wonderland Party Props
Isabel's Monster Bash by Rene C
Annual Halloween Party in NYC by Event Details
GLOW with Mom Spooktacular Party by Amy M
Halloween/30th Birthday Bash by Kenna O
Halloween Birthday Party 2012 by Beatriz H
Truco Trato!! by Paula G
Annual Kid's Halloween Party by Lisa Z
Eat. Drink. Be Scary-1st Annual by Chrissie B
IBC Halloween Party by Wilmara M
Witches and goblins welcome! by Isabelle P
Halloween Costume Party by Dynesha G
Blake's 11th Birthday by Wendy B
Here's Part I of the fantastic Halloween parties people have added to our site in 2012. You won't believe the level of creativity!! These parties blow me away!! Take a look...
(To see the whole party, click on the link or the photo.)
Let the Ghoul Times Roll by Nicole W
Halloween Fun by Heather L
Be Witched by Michelle W
FANGtastic Halloween! by Alison J
My Sweet Halloween by Kate C
Halloween, Family Costume Party by Rachel M
Halloween Party by Monica S
Halloween Party by Creative Events
Halloween para Abi by Sol H
Our Halloween by Mis Pequeñas
Polkadot & Chevron Halloween by Victoria L
Halloween Birthday Bash by Carol C
Stay tuned for Part II!
My daughter is going to be the Statue of Liberty for Halloween, but not because she loves the Statue of Liberty. She loves the Halloween video game Costume Quest (which she plays with my husband). Her favorite character is Lucy, a scientist.
...and her favorite costume to dress Lucy in is the "Lady Liberty" costume. (Here's another character from the game modeling the "Lady Liberty" costume.)
So my daughter will be "Lady Liberty" with black scientist glasses and little buns in her hair just like Lucy. How she is going to explain this to people, I don't know. :)
Okay, I just got back from her school parade and here she is as "Lucy from Costume Quest dressed as Lady Liberty"!
What are your kids going to be for Halloween? Please leave comments here or on Facebook letting me know.
And I hope you have a wonderful and safe Halloween!!
BOO! Did I scare ya? LOL Getting ready for your Halloween Bash? Maybe it’s a monster theme? Maybe you are traditional and love the pumpkins? Whatever your theme – KNOW that quality entertaining does not have to “break the bank”! With Target dollar spot areas… dollar stores… and your creative mind you can certainly entertain on a tight budget!
Last year at our Annual Newell Family Halloween Bash I got real creative and used my Silhouette SD Machine for some SIMPLE décor! Using Dollar Store frames and black paint were my biggest expense! Check it out…
BONUS TIP – Big bang for the buck….most grocery stores, dollar stores and even pharmacies sell the cute PEEPS (ghosts and other shapes) – put them on a stick, put out some hot chocolate and watch the kids dip and drink! Swirling them into the cocoa makes them creamy! Fun to eat and won’t break the bank!
Have a great Halloween and don’t forget to stick to the budget! Until November…Party On Friends!
Just the thing to make your Halloween party sing... free Halloween party printables!
Choose a collection, download it, print it out, and start decorating!!! Whatever you need we've got... invitations, banners, welcome signs, cupcake toppers, water bottle labels, straw flags, favor bag tags, and so much more! Start browsing here...
I welcome you to download my checklist, print it out, and find at least one new idea that will make your party sing!
And when you're done throwing your party, please add your photos to our site so I can show off what you did!
Also, have you seen my kids' party planning checklist? It's great for planning your child's next birthday.
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Check out these sweet "Classic Halloween" party printables Gretchen from Three Little Monkeys Studio designed and that we get to give away. If you want something traditional and fun this Halloween these printables might be just the set for you.
The collection includes: party circles, Hershey's Kiss labels, bottle labels, straw flags, and treat bag toppers.
DOWNLOAD THE HIGH RESOLUTION FILES FOR PRINTING HERE:
Thanks, Gretchen, for letting us share these with our readers.
Christine from Pure Joy Events made these cute Halloween pumpkin balloons for her recent Halloween party, and now she's sharing how she did it (with a free pumpkin template from Paper Glitter). Thanks, Christine. What a perfect Halloween party decoration!
- Paper Glitter's pumpkin balloon template
- 12" round orange balloon
- 10mm bright yellow washi tape
- 8.5" x 11" 65 lb to 100 lb white cardstock
- double-sided tape
- sticker machine (optional)
Tip: For best results, make 1 to 2 days before the event.
Step 2: Cut around all pieces except for the stem and apply double-sided tape to the back, or feed them through a sticker maker.
Step 3: Cut out all pieces.
Step 4: Fold along the dotted lines on the stem, then apply double-side tape to the white tab.
Step 5: Inflate the balloon with air. Tip: For size, insert the balloon into an 8 quart stockpot until it fits snuggly inside before tying the neck.
Step 6: With the neck of the balloon facing up, apply all pieces to the balloon, using the pumpkin picture from the template as a reference.
Step 7: Cut out square pieces of the washi tape and apply along the sides of the balloon, again using this picture as a reference.
Awesome, Christine! I love how easy this was to make and they're soooo cute!
My friend Ana from Love Party Printables designed this adorable "Happy Ghost" collection of Halloween party printables and we get to give these away to our readers for free. Thank you, Ana! Isn't he cute??
The collection includes: a "Happy Halloween" banner, tented cards, blank tented cards, invitations, napkin rings, water bottle labels, straw flags, favor tags, 2" cupcake toppers, and a big cake topper.
To learn more about Ana, please visit her at Love Party Printables.
We are definitely getting into the Halloween spirit at our house, so I wanted to find a fun project my daughter and I could do together yesterday.
I found these printable Halloween decorations on the HP site, printed them out, and my daughter and I went to town. They were super simple and I loved how they turned out.HP site. HP Brochure and Flyer Paper and got out my scissors and glue stick.
I cut out all the pieces.
My daughter and I glued them together. Then using 28 gauge galvanized wire, we hung them on our wall using this spider webbing we bought at Target.
Didn't they turn out cool? And what a perfect Sunday afternoon activity!