For most children, Halloween is the night when they get to go out into the neighborhood, ring their neighbor’s doorbells and ask for free candy. As a kid, what could be better? As a parent, however, it may not be your favorite holiday for a variety of reasons. Rather than taking your kids out to go trick-or-treating, try one of these exciting Halloween activities and fun kids crafts for Halloween.
Whether you’re entertaining your child’s elementary class or simply looking for an easy Halloween craft for your kids to make at home, here are some simple ideas that will keep Halloween fun for the little ones: Learn how to make Mummy Cups, Ghostly Paper Plates & some Lollipop friends.
Autumn trees in your front yard are the perfect location for some creepy Halloween tree decorations. Most of the leaves have fallen by the end of October and the bare trees look eerie. Spook them up a little more with one of these DIY Halloween tree decoration ideas.
If you’re struggling to come up with some creative Halloween table decorations, we’ve put together some creative centerpiece ideas and fun place card crafts that are sure to “wow” your dinner guests. There’s even some free printable crafts to get you started.
These Halloween recipes are quick & easy, but definitely ghoul-tastic! If you’re looking for some Halloween food ideas for your Halloween party we’ve put together some tasty treats that are fun and easy to make like eyeball cupcakes, ghosts in the graveyard, goblin brownie bars and Halloweenies.
After you’ve decided on what type of Halloween decor is going in your yard, you’ll want to dress up all of the windows in the front of the house to complete your ghoulish look! Here are some creative and creepy ideas for creating DIY Halloween window decorations.
Are you on the hunt for some easy Pumpkin recipes? Learn how to make pumpkin soup, pumpkin ice cream and even pumpkin enchiladas. You can use these pumpkin recipes for Halloween parties, Thanksgiving dinner or if you just want to make something special in the Fall when pumpkins are easier to find.
Spring cleaning typically involves cleaning and organizing everything in your home; from the ceiling down to the very last inch of flooring. Whether you’ve got wood, tile, carpet, or vinyl, there are some easy floor treatments that will help you get your floor in tip-top condition. After your floors have been cleaned, it would be a good time to remove any area rugs or floor mats and either have them cleaned or replace them.
Spring cleaning your bedroom will be one of the most rewarding cleaning tasks you do. For some people, the bedroom is more of a sanctuary where they can go to escape the rest of the goings-on in the home, but for others, it’s a place where clothes are thrown around in a hurry, shoes are kicked under the bed and drawers become a holding station for just about anything that winds up in the room. Here’s a bedroom cleaning checklist to help you transform your room from an un-organized mess, to a clean, organized retreat.
When winter is gone and your spring cleaning is fully underway, you’ll eventually find yourself in your closet… pondering what to do. We’ll tackle
organizing a closet in a second, but first I wanted to give you a few tips on storing your winter clothes.