With a few days left until the celebrations, I am giving you my last suggestions for Halloween decorations. This time, let’s talk about bringing the Halloween spirit to your kitchen.
These looks target the family. The first stop is the cleaning center in the kitchen or the bathroom. The Halloween Critters Jacquard Guest Towels and the spider Web soaps make a cute match.
What can you do?
Every family fridge that I know is filled with children drawings, photos and reminders. The Magnetic Spider Scatters is a fun way to hang them up. A package contains 12 small spiders and 4 large spiders.
Bake cookies in shape of an owl, a cat, a broom, a witch, a pumpkin and a bat for the joys of the kids and adults. Let go your imagination to decorate your own one-of-kind Halloween cookies.
Put half a dozen cookies in a clear cellophane bag or a paper bag, glue a sticker and distribute them as treat favors to your friends and colleagues.
Take the time your own cookies with a tea or coffee in one of the whimsical Halloween Critters Small Ceramic Mugs. Kids will prefer your hot chocolate if you served them in one of those.
An outdoor lighting
Putting up festive outdoor lights will feel inviting to your guests. You can decorate your driveway or the porch with a set of 10 Spider Web String Lights. The effect will be more impressive if you loosely mix and drape some angel hair-type around the lights.
Buy online: Halloween Critters Jacquard Guest Towels at Wrapables – price: on sale at $9.99 for 2 towels
Buy online: Spider Web soap set at Wrapables – on sale at $9.99 for 3 soaps
Buy online: Magnetic Spider Scatters at Wrapables – on sale at $9.99 for 16 spiders
Buy online: Trick or Treat 6-Piece Cookie Cutter Set at Wrapables – on sale at $9.99 for 6 cookie cutters
Buy online: Halloween Critters Small Ceramic Mug (set of 4) at Wrapables– on sale at $15.99
Buy online: Spider Web String Lights at Wrapables – on sale at $15.99
+ Cupcakes for Halloween
+ Go wild with pumpkins
+ Carving pumpkins stencils
PethraOctober 23, 2007 at 02:36
Halloween is becoming more and more popular in Sweden. Our family do not celebrate it, but I thorouhly enjoy seeing what you Canadians and Americans come up with during Halloween. 🙂
SakuraOctober 22, 2008 at 07:19
n\ang ganda tlga pagaraw ng kamatayan dhil pabonggahan ng room sa amin i didn’t forget this day