We have been loving all the adorable ghost candle DIYs we’ve seen on Pinterest so we thought we’d try our own! We love Dollar Store DIYs and were thrilled to find these awesome candles there! Here’s how to make your own… Supplies: tall glass candles, and a Sharpie. Directions: Draw silly and spooky faces onto the candles using a Sharpie! That’s it! It doesn’t get much easier than that! Have any fun Dollar Store DIY hacks? We’d love to hear!
Today we’re sharing another super cute Halloween DIY! These Mummy Juice Boxes are perfect for a party or even just a packed lunch for your kiddo! Here’s how we made them… Supplies: juice boxes, white fabric, scissors, hot glue, and googly eyes. Directions: 1. Cut 1/4″ notches into the white fabric and use your hands to rip the fabric into strips. 2. Remove the straws from the backs of the juice boxes and set aside. 3. Wrap the fabric strips around the juice boxes, securing with hot glue every few times around. 4. Add googly eyes with hot glue and pull the fabric a little around them to tuck them in. 5. Place the straws nearby so little hands can grab and go! Aren’t they sweet?
Halloween is coming up fast and we still have so many fun projects to share with you all! Today we have an easy banner that can decorate any room, space, or party! Here’s how to make your own Hocus Pocus banner… Supplies: chalkboard tags, metallic alphabet stickers, and baker’s twine. Directions: 1. String baker’s twine through each tag by pushing a folded section of the string through and tying a knot to secure. 2. Add stickers to each tag to create your phrase. 3. Hang and enjoy! So easy, right? What fun Halloween projects are you working on? We’d love to hear!
In honor of National Food Day, we thought we’d take a break from our normal sweet treats to bring you a salty snack (don’t worry, National Chocolate Day is on Friday 😉 )! We found the idea for these adorably cheesy bats on Pinterest and decided to make a version of our own! Here’s how… Ingredients: 8oz cream cheese 8oz shredded cheese (use whatever you like! Italian, Parmesan, or even goat cheese!) poppy seeds blue torilla chips candy eyes Directions: 1. Mix cheeses in a bowl until blended. 2. Scoop out some of the cheese mixture and roll it into a ball. 3. Roll the ball in a bowl of poppy seeds until covered. 4. Break some tortilla chips in half to make wings and
This post contains affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the price stays the same for you! Hooray for Friday! Today we’re sharing a sweet treat you can make for Halloween. Here’s how… Ingredients: Milano cookies, white candy melts, and candy eyes. Directions: 1. Melt candy melts in the microwave according to directions. Stir until smooth. 2. Scoop into a plastic bag and cut off the corner. 3. Lay Milano cookies on a wax paper lined cookie sheet. 4. Take the cookies one at a time and place them on a plate where you will add the candy melts. 5. Pipe candy melts onto a cookie moving side to side until covered. Don’t be afraid to pour the candy melts past the
Looking to add some spooky details to your Halloween party? How about these jack-o-lantern soda bottles with sweet faces and even sweeter orange soda! Here’s how we made our own and topped them off with Places for Faces… Supplies: glass bottles, black vinyl stickers, scissors, Places for Faces, tape, and paper straws. Directions: 1. Clean your soda bottles thoroughly and let dry. 2. Cut silly jack-o-lantern faces out of the black vinyl (we used scraps from other sticker projects!).** 3. Add the stickers to the soda bottles to create faces. 4. Use Places for Faces to create your own personalized dessert toppers. 5. Print out the template and cut out the faces. 6. Tape each one to a paper straw. 4. Add some orange soda
Boo! Today we’re sharing a Halloween garland that only requires 3 supplies! Here’s how to make your own ghost garland… Supplies: white yarn, googly eyes, and glue. Directions: 1. Begin by wrapping yarn around your hand (or a pre-cut piece of cardboard) until you reach desired fullness. 2. Thread another piece of yarn into the loop you created and tie it tight. 3. This method is similar to making a yarn pom pom, but instead of tying a second piece of string around the center of the loop, you’ll tie it closer to the top to create a little round ghost head! 4. Cut the bottom larger part of the loop and trim to even out. 5. Add googly eyes with glue. 6. String together
This post contains affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the price stays the same for you! Happy Chocolate Cupcake Day! Doesn’t that sound like the most delicious holiday ever?! To celebrate, we are sharing some super cute and fun Halloween cupcakes! Here’s how to make your own… Supplies: chocolate cupcakes, chocolate icing, Ziploc bag, mini Oreos, regular sized Oreos, candy eyes, and white candy melts. For the bats: 1. Ice a chocolate cupcake with chocolate frosting. 2. Split an Oreo in half and use the side without frosting for the wings. Break this cookie in half down the middle and press into the chocolate frosting. 3. Using chocolate frosting for the glue, add candy eyes to a mini Oreo. 4. Press the