Delight your kids with quick to make Halloween glassware. Perfect for parties, or just to add a little extra special to dinnertime.

I’m happy to be posting over at Project Nursery again this month, and this months post is a quick and easy crafty project for Halloween. I gave these cute Halloween glasses to my kids with their dinner after I made them, and their eyes totally lit up. Dinner had been MADE. It was a simple thing for me to put together, but was obviously something that they thought was extra special. Pop over to Project Nursery for the how-to!

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Free printable to boo your neighbors at Halloween

This little Halloween tradition that has sprouted up in the last few years is pretty cute. You stealthily leave a small bag of treats on friends and neighbor's doorsteps and declared them "Booed." The gift offerings are small, but the thought really brings out the smiles. Who doesn't like being thought of like that? To offer you one more option to "Boo" your neighbors, download this free printable { Read More! }

Candy corn push-up pops

Making up crafty food around the holidays is always fun, especially if you have a few kiddos in your life. Not all the crafty food treats we give out around holidays like Halloween have to be a complete nutritional void--using a few fruits and some Silk Coconutmilk, you can create an yummy and creative Candy Corn Push Pop that your little ones will love! To make it even easier to whip up { Read More! }

sugar skull-3

 This year's dressing up Halloween trend is one that I can totally get into--Sugar Skulls are in all the hot costume and party trend this year. The skulls themselves are from the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos that is celebrated on November 1st by the latin american community. Nicole from Tikkido did a fabulous themed party with Dia de los Muertos several years ago when we published { Read More! }

A Halloween Party turned witch's tea party on a budget for #Halloween #Witches

Halloween parties are fun because they step out of the every day with costumes and wildly themed food. But you don't have to do the usual jack-o-lantern and bobbing for apples bit when you throw a Halloween Party--you can do something unique like throw a tea party...for witches! For the fall 2014 issue of Yum! Food and Fun for Kids Magazine, we threw a Little Witches Tea Party full of spooky fun. { Read More! }