We’ve scoured the web for our favorite Halloween things. From DIY projects to spooky videos, our list is sure to get you in the Halloween Spirit!
Best Halloween Party Theme: Hostess with the Mostess ‘Playful Mod Halloween Party’
We loved this fresh approach to Halloween. Skip the usual ghosts and goblins and adding googly eyes to orange and green cups and planters with a healthy dose of spiders sprinkled around to add a little flair. Click here to find out more details on how to throw your own ‘Mod Halloween Party’.
Photo Via Hostess With The Mostess Blog
Best Halloween Video: Michael Jackson’s Thriller
It may have been awhile, but it’s the perfect season to remember why he’s still the King of Pop. Click here to view the video, and be sure to pay attention to those dance moves. What a perfect group dance to get the party started (anyone remember Jennifer Garner in 13 Going on 30?).
Best Pre-Trick-or-Treating Snack: Mad Scientist Wraps from Better Homes and Gardens
Fill their bellies with healthy (and cute) Mad Scientists Wraps before the candy gorging begins. These are easy to make and almost too cute to eat! Click here for the recipe.
Best Pooch Costume: Sarah Palin from Wiggles Wigs for Dogs
She’s baaaaack. But this time, you might want to call her Sarah Paw-lin. Click here to find out how to dress up your pooch as your favorite SNL, I mean, political character.
Best Halloween Photo Card: Boo Frame Card from Cardstore.com
It wouldn’t be a holiday at our office if cards weren’t involved. And this one is perfect to show off that brilliant costume you’ve been working on! Click here to create a Halloween photo card to send to friends and family.
Best Candy Alternative: Halloween Bubbles from Oriental Trading Company
This year, skip the candy and give out a sugar-free treat. Bubbles are fun for kids of all ages, and these are sure to make any trick-or-treater smile. Click here to purchase.
Best Halloween Cocktail: Black Devil Martini from Fineliving.com
This drink is so attractive, you’ll want to serve it all year round. And with only 4 ingredients, there’s no reason not to!
Best Kid’s Costume Made from Grocery Bags: Paper Bag Cowboy from Martha Stewart Living
Only Martha Stewart could make a cool costume from a mop and brown paper grocery bags. This costume is not only easy, but also green! Click here for instructions.
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