Double Double Toil and Trouble. Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble. I absolutely love Halloween and all the spookiness that comes with it.
When I was little I LOVED carving pumpkins. Getting messy and eating the delicious seeds, count me in. Now, however, my princess status has led me to look for no-carve pumpkins. Devilish drinks and treats combine with a spooky tablescape to create a spooktacular Halloween.
Costumes are so personal and subjective, I thought it best to pick a few spooktacular pins that turn the flashlight on other haunted aspects of Halloween.
LOVE this one best. Cut a portion of lace or fishnet patterned tights. Wrap the pumpkin in the cut out and fasten it with a clear elastic band.
Tablescape presentation is high on the list of Halloween must haves. If we go all out in costumes the décor has to be just a bootiful.
WOW, this pin turned out better than I had hoped. Buy a thin red candle and two large table size candles. Melt the red candle drops onto the white candles. Bloody scary candles in a heart beat.
Any great party has great drinks. These three pins are sinful.
Using red gel icing, line the top of any glass. Add blood lines on the inside so the cup isn’t sticky and the impact is still scream worthy.
Gummy body parts are hard to find. Safeway had them, but I think a drug store will have a better selection. I used more jello than suggested and the impact was greater.
Followed this pin to the T. Having a silicone bake sheet works better than parchment paper. EVERYONE loved these. Out of all the pins this one turned out the best AND was the easiest to make. DO THIS ONE.