HALLOWEEN BOO-NANZAIt's Halloween! The season when tricks, treats and other deliciously haunting surprises lurk around every corner!
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we have in store for you!
When is Halloween 2018?
Halloween is on Wednesday, October 31, 2018
The Halloween countdown
Howlingly delicious Halloween recipes
If you’re having a Halloween party, of course your haunting decor needs to be on-point. But most important of all is the food. For such a fun holiday, the party food has to appeal to the eye and to the palate. That’s why you will find all kinds of delish Halloween recipes here — from the cute (like our Mummy pumpkin cookies and Monster cake pops) to the fiendishly clever (mini coffin pita chips and Paula Deen’s cheese ball goblin).
For even more great ideas for your Halloween party, check out these appropriately creepy recipe roundups: Eerie eats: 10 Hauntingly delicious Halloween party foods to conjure up, 13 fangtastic Halloween appetizers that are perfect for a party, and 13 spooky Halloween desserts that will be treats, not tricks!
Chilling Halloween crafts
When it comes to decorating your home, Halloween is one of the most popular holidays of the year! There are so many boo-tifully haunting Halloween crafts you can make — like our DIY glitter “boo” letters, an easy & adorable black cat wreath, and these spooktacular Mummy Mason jars.
Planning a haunting soirée with friends? We totally have you covered. Take a look at the ideas here: Elegant and eerie Halloween table settings for a spooky-chic dinner party!
For even more great decorations for your home or a Halloween party, check out these perfectly chilling craft roundups: 13 frightful Halloween decorations, 13 mischievous Halloween crafts to do with your kids, and Top 10 kid-friendly Halloween crafts you can make at home.
“The vampire live on, and cannot die by mere passing of the time; he can flourish when that he can fatten on the blood of the living. Even more, we have seen amongst us that he can even grow younger; that his vital faculties grow strenuous, and seem as though they refresh themselves…” – Dracula, by Bram Stoker