I always forget to take photos of my kids on Halloween. Total mom fail. Maybe it’s because I’m too busy figuring out how to take my bottle of wine to go (mom’s need treats too!). So this year, we did a little photo shoot, a few days prior to make sure we got some fun memories.
There is nothing more horrifying than ants, amIright? To me ants are the devil so these oversized plastic bugs are the perfect creepy Halloween decoration for me. DIY Halloween decorations mean you can control the creep factor in your home. And with these simple (super inexpensive!) DIY Halloween candles, you can make them as crawly as your little heart can take.
You guys! I’m so excited to announce that I am a new contributor over at Minted’s UH-MAZING blog, Julep! My first post is this fantastically creepy crawly DIY tablecloth for all your Halloween entertaining. What I love about it is that you can reuse it year after year, it was SUPER easy to make and it looks pretty dang cool. Pop on over to Julep for the full Halloween tablecloth tutorial!
Bugs are not awesome. But I can totally tolerate these fabric bugs. These bugs are even kind of cute. I like to imagine that if one of these bugs bit you, you would end up with a cute little heart-shaped scar and be filled with happiness venom.
Where my party people at?! Wave your hands in the air like you just don’t care! Whoa, sorry. I got a little carried away there. But guess what?! Halloween is on a Saturday this year which means you can throw an epic Halloween party. I’ve teamed up with a fab group of bloggers to bring you tons of awesome ideas to help you plan a wicked fun night. I’m sharing a fun idea to keep your guests entertained and stylish. Set out a DIY jewelry making station! So check out my post then check out all the other amazing ideas!
Happy Halloween! Wishing you a day of treats and a night of sweets! My husband and I both like to take the kids out trick or treating. We make sure to leave a big bucket of candy out so that people can still trick-or-treat at our house. The first year we did this, my husband was out-of-town and I tried to take both kids (one was 2 at the time) by myself. Needless to say we lasted all of 10 minutes and then we came home. To an empty bucket of candy. Some hooligans took it ALL. The years after that have been much better. But I still don’t want to chance it. This year our bucket will have a friendly reminder. How many of you think this will get my house egged?