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Here's an awesome idea for your Halloween party: serve candy in candy bowls (see what we did there).
Your guests will love this twist. Plus, these white chocolate ghost bowls are simple to make and your kids can even help... unless they start using the water balloons for actual water balloons. Then send them outside.
It's that time of year when we start seeing the "You've Been Boo'd" signs showing up in our neighborhood. My daughter loves the tradition, especially the secret part... Who "boo'd" us? Whom did you "boo"?
For those who haven't heard about it, it's a fun way to spread the excitement of Halloween (and treats) among friends and neighbors. It's a little like a chain letter mixed with Secret Santa, and it's taking neighborhoods by storm!
Want to add a touch of "spooky" to your Halloween decor this year?
How about checking out this snakes and spiders creepy Halloween "BOO" sign DIY Laura from Laura's Little Party created for us.
Duct tape is the new craze right now. It comes in a variety of sizes and colors, and can be used for almost anything.
So check out our duct tape cupcake toppers DIY where we show you how to make three different topper decorations: cupcake flags, mini cake bunting, and mini fridge toppers. Aren't they cute... and sooo easy.
This dishwasher safe Sharpie mug DIY was created by our crafts contributor, Shauna at Ella and Annie Magazine!
My kids and I decided to make mugs to add to their teacher survival kit gift baskets for back to school. What a great gift they turned out to be.
My daughter started school last week, and while it all went well, she was definitely a little blah this weekend. I think she was exhausted from the excitement. I've learned over the years that when there is a high, there is usually a low to follow.
So I was happy when Snack Pack® asked me to come up with a fun way to celebrate back to school. When Lainey saw me on Sunday, starting to set up this back to school DIY pudding bar, and she knew it was just for her, she pepped up and dove in to help.