Spooktacular Halloween DIY’s

Hi Kids πŸ™‚

I’m a little late posting this week but to make up for it, I have some cute recipes and do-it-yourself ideas that are just perfect for the Halloween Season!

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Here’s a decoration that’s frightfully fun!

Boo! Company’s Coming!

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Talk about creative! Now that’s a BIG spider!

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Worn out books can be recycled in imaginative ways.

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Click here for instructions.

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Snack Mix – Halloween Style!
Great gift for teacher or hostess – easily adaptable for other holidays!
I love the addition of the candy corn, here. πŸ™‚

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Recipe found here.

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For the Halloween party, there has to be something nutritious!
How about this Veggies with Dip combo?

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Click here for details.

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Happy Halloween to all!

Enjoy the trick-or-treat candy . . . but beware of ladies giving out candy corn! (Read my story here) πŸ˜‰

Hugs,

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I’d love to hear your thoughts!

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Comments

Spooktacular Halloween DIY’s — 5 Comments

  1. Cute ideas to share!
    Happy Halloween. I bought candy last nite for the THIRD time!! These bags are hidden (From Corey) until the big nite. He’s hoping for rain~lol~
    xx Carol

  2. Lol, Carol!
    Always a good idea to buy the Halloween candy you like best so if there’s any left over – it will be what you enjoy. Of course, maybe it’s better not to buy our absolute favorites . . . because willpower melts easily. πŸ˜‰ Have fun! xo

  3. Happy Halloween, everyone. Thursday at school will be a challenge in the morning to keep the kids on task, but the parties will be fun. I’m looking forward to it. I love the Halloween ideas especially skeletons climbing up the house. Take Care,
    Kelly

  4. Hi Sweetie! I love your Halloween ideas…especially those climbing skeletons!…I remember that candy corn story. I wonder if he’s still sticking to his mother’s candy rules! xoxo Paulette πŸ˜€

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