Thursday, July 26, 2012

It's a "Witch-y" Sort of Day

The theme for my annual Halloween party is going to be...."A Witch Hunt" I thought I'd do a "witch-y" round-up today!

Now this is quite the "cat's meow"....a whole party's worth of free printables: Invitations, party circles, goodie bag labels, party labels, banner, and cootie catcher. These are all coordinated and feature a cute witch theme. I LOVE theme. They have a slightly vintage feel. You can find the links to all the printables at Catch My Party

Here's another witch based printables set.. Pictured above are the bottle labels but there are invitations, two styles of bottle labels and party circles. These are TOO cute and will be showing up at my party in October. I really like the invitations!  You can find them at Catch My Party

witch halloween party favors.
Turn some kisses into witch's hats with this great free printable from: It Is What It Is.

Another goodie from It Is What It Is.

For some fun printable art check out this over at Craftily Ever After.

Get Your Witch on printables from: Persona Designs

Or how about this sinister set from Secondsister  I love all the labels in this one and she has some good pics of the ways she used neat!

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Pumpkin Marshmallow Pops

Pumpkin Marshmallow Pops for Halloween of Thanksgiving depending on how you create them!

Sparkly ones at the Decorated Cookie with sugar coating not icing.


You can find the step by step directions: HERE

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Food ideas and Freebies!

Halloween Party Food Ideas & Recipes

Love this cupcake display and you can snag the free spider printable: HERE

Halloween Party Food Ideas & Recipes - Mummies
Prtezel Mummies too cute from the same blog but recipe and directions can be found: HERE.
Another fun food idea I found over at The Heritage Cook.

Sunday, July 1, 2012

July is Spooktacular Food Month!

It’s Spooktacular Food Month: This month it’s time to look at those recipes you organized back in April. Let’s create fall menus. These can be used for a Boo Bash, autumn patio parties, or just quiet family evenings enjoying the fall weather. There are lots of ways to menu plan: Use a blank calendar for the months, use cards, or type up menu plans and put them in your autumn notebook. Whichever method you prefer, put together some autumn menus using old favorites and new recipes to try. Make sure you jot down the recipe location.
  • Crafts: Remember those crafty kits from February. How are they coming along? Now is the time to get busy and finish them so you can enjoy them in October!