Homemade Halloween Party

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I love fall. Not only is it my favorite season, birther of my favorite flavor (yes it’s pumpkin, yes I’m a simple beech), and bringer of ALL the cute fall clothes, it’s also the season of my favorite holiday! 👻HALL🎃WEEN🦇

I’ve loved Halloween for as long as I can remember: the costumes, the mystical and magical night, the lore, the trick-or-treating, and the spookiness of it all just hit home for me. So when Covid-19 changed our usual plans with the kids for 2020, I figured it was the perfect time to stitch it up and try out some recipes and crafts I’d been wanting to give a go.

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Growing up I used to have Halloween parties every so often, but it had been a REALLY long time sine my last one. Like I was in junior high…..and I graduated high school in 2010 😳. Needless to say, I was overdue for some stylish Halloween themed fun!

Below are the links to the recipes I used and a pic of how it all turned out! (The shrunken heads are in the pumpkin bowl). The kids really loved helping and my husband was impressed with my mad spooky skills. Even if it wasn’t enjoyed by all our loved ones, it was a really fun experience. 12/10 would totally do again!

Poisoned Candy Apples by Wanna Bite

Candy Corn Parfaits by Suburbia Unwrapped

Pumpkin Deviled Eggs by myrecipes

Mummy Hot Dogs by Homemade Interest

Shrunken Head Apples for Cider by Lasso The Moon

Bat Tortilla Chips by Sainsbury’s

Spider Web Bean Dip by cook2eatwell

Jack-o-lantern Puff Bags and Fruit Cups by Alpha Mom

I had a lot of fun experimenting and putting this together. Everything was fairly simple and easy to accomplish. Can’t wait until next year to do some more!