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Halloween Roundup Crafts and Laughs

Frankenstein Treat Sack

Halloween is right around the corner and there’s tons of fun to be had. Here’s my Halloween Roundup Crafts and Laughs to share with your family and friends. Nothing like a bit of quality time and some crafts.

The holidays are a great time to spend some quality time with friends and family. Whether you plan on Trick or Treating, having a Halloween Party or having a quiet night at home here are some activities you can do to get ready and enjoy Halloween.

Halloween Roundup Crafts and Laughs

Halloween Decorations

Still need decorations for the house? I’ve found a couple of decorations you can make yourself. Some are easier than others but you’ll have fun making all of it. I’m a big fan of ghosts this year so the puffy ghost is my favorite. It’s as simple a ballon and some cotton cheesecloth. But the DIY Network has a bunch of great ideas you should try.

DIY Ballon Ghosts

DIY Halloween Costumes

Still haven’t figured out what you are going to be for Halloween then there are some great ideas out there from easy to put together geeky Halloween costumes to super simple last minute DIY costumes from Good Housekeeping. I’ve got some good ideas now that won’t cost me a thing.

Sia Halloween Costume GHK

Healthy Halloween Treats

If you are looking for some healthy treats this Halloween for the kids or for adults Detoxinista has a bunch of ideas from Homemade Reese’s Cup to Snickers. You’ll have tons of fun (and none of the guilt) making and eating these treats.

Reese's Cup Detoxinista
Reese Cup Detoxinista
Halloween Treat Bags and Boxes

If you are having a a party you might want to make some treat bags. These DIY Treat Bags and Boxes are so cute. This Frankenstein sack is just as cute as our Frankenstein jars. There are tons of great bag and box ideas here if you are looking for something cute to put your favors in.

Halloween Crafts

If you are looking to stay in and have a good time here are some crafts you can do with the family. I’m in love with the suggestions from Parents.com. The Cotton Ball Ghost from Thriving Home made me think we might actually finish the craft before it would be eaten by my toddlers (at least until after we were finished). LOL.

Puffy Ghosts Halloween Craft from Thriving Home

Hope these ideas help to make your Halloween memorable and full of fun. The holidays are the perfect time to spend some time with your family and friends. Make memories, share laughs and eat good food. That’s what life is about.

If you are looking for an edible craft try my Halloween Pumpkin Candy Apples.

Pumpkin Candy Apples

If you try these crafts, I’d love to know. Leave me a comment or take a picture and tag it #elskitchencmfrt on Twitter or @els.kitchencomforts on instagram. I’m excited to see what you cook up.

TTFN,

El

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