I was going to call this “Posts of Note: Halloween Favorites”, but as I collected these links, I was compelled to raise the stakes on my title...because, people, this stuff is awesome. A mind boggling amount of creativity and energy gets put into this holiday - the sort of energy that, prior to giving birth, I reserved only for Christmas.
Those brain cupcakes...are...fascinating. I don’t know if I want one or if they’ve turned my off frosting for life. Either way, WIN!
Another one that haunts me with simultaneous awe and fright. (It’s all those eyeballs. Yeesh!)
Festive and EASY. And I never would have thought of the sprinkles. FINALLY! I’ll be able to get rid of the Halloween sprinkle multipack I got as a wedding gift. (Not kidding.)
Relax, it’s pretzels and cream cheese dip.
I dream of Oreos but swear by homemade food. Ahhh...problem solved.
Because I actually hauled myself down to the Hobby Lobby and bought a 2 5/16 round punch so I could make my own. And it ROCKS.
Who are we kidding the winter holiday’s are crazy - capture Halloween before you get buried in a mountain of fruit cake and bulk gift tags from Costco.
Want to entertain the adults? Napkins covered in cartoon bats not setting the right tone? Check this project out. Eco-friendly too!
Fun and easy. Two of my favorite qualities. Add “dipped in chocolate” and my life is complete.
A lovely project that doesn’t have to be packed away on November 1st.
I could barely get out the door with ONE child in a store-bought costume. This year I’m going to dress up as Design Mom for Halloween, because she’s a real super hero.
O.M.G. These people really know how to bring the cute. Everybody say, “Awwww!”
Bringing the funny...
I’m gearing up to conceive a November baby just so I can wear this costume.
Because I thought I was the only one that wants to pummel teenage boys on Halloween. (Read the post tags from Azucar - they make me giggle.)
Ah, the innocence of children.
Props to the parent that is willing to pay good money to let their kids make their own choices.
It’s about time someone admitted this.
Because I didn’t realize that there was an option for leftover halloween candy other than “shove it in my mouth with both hands”.
Great ideas on how to limit the sugar without feeling like a spooky Scrooge.