You all probably know by now that we love Halloween at our house. And serving fun Halloween food is something that we look forward to each year. Today we have pulled together Halloween Party Food Recipes for you – appetizers, main dishes, side dishes, drinks and of course dessert. Whether you need an Appetizer or Dessert or anything in between, I have the perfect recipe for you! They are all kid friendly recipes that your whole family is sure to love.
Whether you serve them before or during your Halloween Bash, these Halloween Appetizer Recipes are sure to be a hit!
Halloween Appetizer Recipes
Serve up a fun Spider Taco Ring or maybe a Mummy Calzone to add a little spirit to the festivities.
Halloween Party Main Dishes
Side dishes always seem like an after-thought for me. These Halloween Party Side Dishes are easy and fun to create.
Halloween Party Side Dishes
Bubble – bubble – toil and trouble – stir up one of these fun Halloween Drinks for your party!
Halloween Party Drinks
Halloween Party Treats
We all know the person who seemingly has everything, right? They are difficult to buy for each and every birthday or holiday season. We spend countless hours walking the mall in search of something, anything to give them and always leave empty handed. The answer to this dilemma is a Christmas Food Gift Basket! Give a delicious basket of homemade breads, jams and fruit butters this year to that person who is so difficult to buy for and today’s post will give you the perfect recipes to do just that.
These would also make a great hostess gift when you visit friends and family this holiday season. Now is the time to buy up pumpkins and apples fresh from local fruit and vegetable stands, these will make your butters taste absolutely amazing!
Pocket Change Gourmet is sharing this wonderful Christmas Food Gift Basket idea with us for our 100 Days of Homemade Holiday Inspiration!
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Keeping up with the day to day struggle of clutter is difficult. At any time throughout the day we have several pairs of shoes and a couple coats near our door. So I decided it was time to get the entryway organized.
A few months back I shared how we organized our new studio using different sizes of bookcases and a storage organizer. We loved the set up so much that we bought another unit and decided to organize the entryway.
Since Winter is quickly approaching, the first mess I wanted to tackle were the gloves, hats and scarves. We found these baskets at Michael’s craft store to keep everything separated and organized, they worked out perfectly. Now it’s easy to keep everything picked up and easy to find, especially gloves that always seem to lose their mate.
Next issue was to tackle the shoes. The Storage Organizer from the Beginnings Collection worked out great. It has plenty of space if you want to use it to store all of your shoes.
The Storage Organizer is great for any room in your home, but since we put ours in the Entryway, I wanted it to also look nice as guests came in. So I added a quick decoration to the top. I bought the Fall garland at Hobby Lobby and then shopped my house and added the lanterns on top.
Another way to stay organized is to add a little basket or container to hold keys or maybe your cell phone.
And lastly I added another vintage lantern that I already had.
As I mentioned before, this Storage Organizer works well in just about every room in your home. Our youngest son loves shoes, and keeping them organized can be a pain. Now though, his shoes are up off the floor and organized.
Here’s a peek into how we used the Storage Organizer in our Studio. I love how versatile this piece is. You can use it to organize toys, books, even in the bathroom for towels.
How would you use the storage organizer?
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It wouldn’t be the holiday season without snow, candy canes or entertaining. Today’s fabulous homemade Christmas Table Decoration combines all three of those into one cute, whimsical Snowman Centerpiece. With just one trip to the craft store and a little bit of time, you can create this great addition to your home or party!
Isn’t he cute! This would be a great addition to your mantle or as a centerpiece when entertaining. You could even get the kids involved with helping you make this. How cute would it be for each kid to have their own snowman inside that will never melt?
Thanks to Amanda from Amanda’s Parties to Go for sharing this fun Snowman Centerpiece with us for our 100 Days of Homemade Holiday Inspiration!
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Do you have a special person in your life who could use a little relaxation and stress reduction? Of course you do, we all know of someone! It could be your child’s teacher, an over-worked co-worker or that single mom who lives next door. Any of them would be excited to receive this as a gift. The Spa in a Jar Christmas gift idea for her could be personalized with scents of the season, colors to coordinate and so much more. The options are endless
This is a gift I want to receive. I wonder how I can drop hints around my friends and family so they know this is the perfect gift for me to receive? Better yet, maybe I will make up a few for my best girlfriends and save one for mysel
Thanks to Tonia from The Gunny Sack for sharing this fun and easy Christmas gift idea for her with us for our 100 Days of Homemade Holiday Inspiration!
Find the details and free jar printables by clicking the link below…