- iSavea2z has a tutorial for adorable Mason jars turned candle holders that could be a kid-friendly project. If you can’t find Mason jars, Thrify Momma Ramblings uses plastic drink glasses.
- Add a little spook to your decor with glow in the dark pumpkins from iLoveToCreate.
- Get your guests in the mood before they even enter your house with these monster door decoration ideas from the folks at GoodtoKnow.
- The eyeball wreath from No. 2 Pencil is adorable and not too hard to put together.
- Painting pumpkins is always fun. You can ask everyone to bring a pumpkin with them or buy small pumpkins at your local grocery store or pumpkin patch.
- Consider a project that everyone can do that gives back to others. Ask guests to bring food for a local pet shelter or even use your time together to visit a home for elderly people to have a costume parade and hand out treats to the residents.
- Bobbing for apples is super fun. Use a container that’s shallow enough for the kids to kid their faces in without tipping the container that’s low enough to the group that they won’t spill it while trying to get the apples. You’ll also want to make sure the water isn’t too deep and someone is always watching the child bobbing for apples so everyone stays safe.
- Parents has mummies at their Halloween party made from juice boxes. Marci Combs uses apples to make her mummies.
- Your buffet isn’t complete without body parts. Taste of Home has a recipe to make some “fingers of fright“.
- Here in the South it’s still very warm for Halloween so these “cool” ghosts from Party Pinching would be a hit.
- Keep your guests safe while trick or treating with glow sticks turned into witches brooms from Northstory.
- The Nerd’s Wife made some super cute mummies from GoGo Squeez pouches that would be great with the Teal Pumpkin Project for allergy friendly snacks.
What kinds of simple things do you do for your Halloween party?