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I decided to incorporate many different ‘spooky’ genre’s so the party table paid homage to witches, mummies, zombie’s monsters, vampires among others. Some of the food I included was ‘witches cauldron’ cupcakes, cute little ‘eyeball cake pops’ (as seen on Bakerella’s blog), ‘zombie graveyards’ chocolate mousse pots, ‘ogre’s teeth’ , ‘serpent swamps’, bat cookies and many other spooky concoctions. Out of all of the platters and bowls on the dessert table, I only used 3 things that I already owned (2 Rosanna cake platters and the black bird cage) for the rest I had so much fun scouring garage sales and op shops for old glass bowls and plastic cocktail glasses which were spray painted black, turned upside down and glued to the base of the bowls to create all my spooky serving ware. I used an old brown suit case to create a zombie graveyard for the chocolate mousse pots and a spray painted an old plant urn black then filled it with plastic skulls and placed a glass plate upside down on top of them to make a flat surface to use as a platter for my ‘skull crusher’ chocolate slices. As take home favours the kids were given plastic vampire teeth, ‘I vant to suck your lollipops’ and ‘Hubba Bubble Toil & Trouble’ gum.

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10 comments

  • Janet S

    Janet S wrote:

    Love this Idea! Going to do it this Halloween.

  • Janet S

    Janet S wrote:

    I LOVE HALLOWEEN! The decoration for this party is amazing.. great job!!

  • Anika  K

    Anika K wrote:

    I LOVE the zombie brains! How are they made?

  • Sensationally Sweet Events

    Sensationally Sweet Events wrote:

    Hi Anika, this was an ice cube mold in the shape of brains and I just poured pint tinted chocolate in and rotated the mold around until all sides were coated in chocolate

  • Sensationally Sweet Events

    Sensationally Sweet Events wrote:

    Thanks Janet xx

  • Jen C

    Jen C wrote:

    What did you use to make these they are fantastic!

  • Sensationally Sweet Events

    Sensationally Sweet Events wrote:

    Thank you so much :) This is just green lime jelly with a lolly snake submerged in the jelly when it is semi-set. Beforehand I just dipped the plastic martini glass into some melted chocolate and then into some purple sprinkles.

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    Toni C wrote:

    I love, love, love this!!! My daughter wants a "haunted house" party and this have given me much needed inspiration!

  • Candice P

    Candice P wrote:

    how did you make this

  • Candice P

    Candice P wrote:

    how did you achieve this face, superb

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