When it comes to making Halloween themed treats for the children, for Halloween parties or to hand out to Trick or Treaters. It doesn’t have to be time consuming or difficult. Many of the Rice Krispie treats to make for Halloween that I’m sharing below are brought to life in the decoration. So whether you make your own batch of Rice Krispie treats or you use shop bought, it’s a project that the children can also get involved with.
Skip the squabbling, grab the popcorn and get ready for the ultimate Halloween which will have the seal of approval from the whole family. Halloween is a great time for spending some quality time together and building up fun traditions. From attending pumpkin patches together to find just the right pumpkin to carve and showcase outside your home ready for Trick or Treaters.
Who actually enjoys carving out the pumpkin? Whilst the design process can be fun when it comes to the guts of it – it’s usually left to mum or dad to complete. This year, why not opt for a no carve pumpkin design idea? Still making that statement or keeping up with the neighbours but without the mess. Take a look at the thirteen no carve pumpkin design ideas I have collated to get you started…
Chocolate brownies always go down well at any time of the year. However, with Halloween just around the corner, it’s time to add a spooky twist to how you serve up this delicious treat. Whether you are preparing a batch to hand out to Trick or Treaters, wishing to add a spooky treat to lunch boxes or hosting the Halloween party of the year. I’ve prepared a list of 14 Halloween brownies recipe ideas to inspire your next batch of gooey chocolate brownies.
It’s no secret that children just have this calling to draw. And sometimes, that calling means that they don’t necessarily draw on paper, but on other objects around your house as well…Walls, pictures, the dog…you name it, if it’s got a surface, they want to draw on it or colour it. As a parent, how many times have you found yourself staring in disbelief at the art that your little one has done or an object that you know will never come clean, ever again?
We started a new Halloween tradition this year by visiting a pumpkin patch to select our own pumpkins before taking them home to carve. We opted to visit Hirsty’s Family Fun Park Pumpkin Patch, having enjoyed the Maize Maze over the summer. With a range of sizes and shapes to choose from, Tigger obviously decided that one that was a big as the wheelbarrow would be perfect – although guess who had to wheel the wheelbarrow back through the field??
Halloween is almost upon us for another year. Whilst you might be busy organising Halloween costumes, or planning how to decorate your house for Halloween. It is also time to prepare for the clocks going back and the dark night drawing in. So what better time to sit down, snuggle up and enjoy some family fun this Halloween. Fill up the popcorn, grab a drink and enjoy these family films to enjoy this Halloween.
Get your house in the Halloween mood using these easy and exceptional Halloween decorations which will inspire the season. Ghoul…
Regardless of whether you are into typical cornstalks and the scarecrows, gruesome zombies, or friendly grinning trolls, Halloween provides a perfect chance to haul out all your decorating tricks. It’s really tricky to overplay Halloween but you can back it up by thinking more the decorations, more fortification against fiendish spirits and tricksters.
Decorating your home for Halloween is typically seen as an American thing. However, we Brits seem to be catching onto the trend and transforming our homes for the spooky season. Take a look at our fun and spooky ideas on how to makeover your house this Halloween…