Halloween Party Ideas

>> Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Before we get into the creepy goodness of today's post,

Okay, so if you're like us, we LOVE all the holiday inspiration out there.
While we might not be into Halloween per say, we are never opposed to a few good projects.
Now, again, if you're like us--having the time to DO them can feel so overwhelming.
There's the desire and the want but where's the time?
So, we made sure to pick out EASY things you can do with the precious time you have.
(We set ya up for success...NOT that icky doom and gloom feeling of failure!)

Pina Ghoulada

Rest in Peas
Recipe Here

Wicked Witch Cupcakes

What projects are YOU doing for your Halloween?


Vanessa October 28, 2009 at 7:28 AM  

This morning my daughter and I are making this yummy pumpkin bread from a pumpkin we picked up at a local farm.

Thanks for more cute ideas!

Moni Rose October 28, 2009 at 8:38 AM  

I'm not the biggest Halloween fan myself! I love fall though :) favorite season!

Despite that, we're going to a family halloween party on saturday and we're bringing 'mummy dogs' (the hostess loves them, and so do i, so i cannot help myself!)
Maybe we'll have to make those ghoulish looking drinks for after the kiddos are t'bed.
... oh no, am i falling for Halloween after all?!

Anonymous,  October 28, 2009 at 9:17 AM  

Fabulous! Thanks for the receipe link!
I made Golden pumpkins to use for centerpieces:)

Sa-Sea Boutique October 28, 2009 at 10:30 AM  

love the looks of these!!!! just went to a halloween party last weekend dressed as the cheshire cat....and i brought kitty litter. (seriously served it in a kitty litter box with a pooper scooper!) i think ANY of these recipies would have gotten me better looks as I set my dish down on the table. ha!

stephanie October 28, 2009 at 10:48 AM  

i like how you listed the cocktails first! haha!

Vali October 28, 2009 at 1:44 PM  

We did the glitter pumpkins and they turned out cute! We actually used them at a baby shower. Another fun idea with those is to carve them out and place flowers in them for a centerpiece. Turns out great!


West Hill Heritage October 28, 2009 at 3:35 PM  

I love to have a fall candy table in which the guest can fill a bag/cup with candy corn, m & m (fall colors) and peanuts. It is such a yummy treat and it looks great displayed.

an encourager October 28, 2009 at 4:19 PM  

Gosh, and I thought my little cards with a stamp fence and ribbon pumpkins settled on the top of the posts was cute. These are dahhhhling! The 'Rest in Peas' cracked me up, so that will be sitting atop my pumpkin tablecloth... Hmmmm... we will need something to scare away our thirst, so perhaps the Pina Ghoulada would do the trick... And then... what is a holiday without dessert, except a plain ol' week day? There ya have it - all three for me!

Shannon V. October 28, 2009 at 6:30 PM  

LOVE the drinks. That is the coolest halloween party idea ever and not just cause I love adult beverages! Really, Martha Stewart? I guess I have a different MS impression in my head.

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