Halloween Fun

Proof of Fall Fun

We have been so busy lately – I haven’t planned much Halloween fun.  Although, I have proof that we have had some fall themed fun.  OH – just incase you were wondering, the girls were riding bikes while I was raking leaves. 

Looks like I have a few days left anyways before Halloween.  

Here is a round-up of fun Halloween things that are also eco-friendly.  Clicking on the pictures will bring you to the websites with tutorials.

Paper Mache Spooky Houses:

Make a spooky Victorian looking house out of newspaper and a flour/water mix.  This would make a truly cool decoration that we could pull out year after year.  Hope those aren’t candles inside…

Upcycled Tombstones:

Make your front yard look super scary with these cool tombstones. 

Green Halloween: 13 Eco-Creepy Crafts & Decor

 

Add Fun (or Scary) Color to Your Hair:

Actually, I am planning on adding very light whitish-green streaks to Jane’s hair for her costume as ‘Frankie-Stein’.  This might be fun for any occasion.  All you need is chalk and some water – when I did this with Jane’s hair, I didn’t bother with gloves or a hot iron and it turned out fine. 

For Spooky-Time After the Kids Have Gone to Bed

Super-fun – martinis that look like they are dripping in blood!  They use red cake decorating gel here – but you could also make a simple syrup with sugar and add some red food coloring.  I like the nice touch of the raven stamped on the napkin… although this being a green site, I would suggest cloth napkins (o;

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Apple Nachos:

Yeah, seriously – right?  This is a viable option for me because I’m too impatient to get the caramel just right for dipping a whole apple.  Also, this is good for grab-and-go at a party.  However, I think this is sprinkled all over with peanuts… we would go no peanuts for our peanut-free home.

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Hope you enjoyed these fun ideas.  What kinds of things do you have planned for Halloween?

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Meagan
    Oct 27, 2012 @ 01:14:41

    We make vampire bites by slicing up an apple, spreading peanut butter between two slices and the sticking two slivered almond in the top lip for fangs. Easy!

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