Trick or treat – or how about both?
Double, double, toil and trouble may have been written by Shakespeare, but we’ve got enough spooky tips to outdo any cadre of witches. Find some of our most spooktacular tips below.
Plus, save 40% on tea bags through the end of the month – perfect for brewing up a batch of ice tea punch (we call it BOO-long punch … get it?) that’ll have your party guests raving.
Spooky hors de oeuvres. Apple slices, strawberries and chocolate chips come together to make scary faces that little ones will love snacking on.
28 dog costumes. Need a creative solution for your dog this Halloween? Check out this link on how to make Fido look like a Beanie Baby – and more.
18 ways to haunt your house. Short of inviting actual ghouls in, we can’t think of many better ways to make your place the spookiest on the block.
Floating witch’s hat luminaries. Pretty up your porch with these glowing witches’ hats.
DIY party awards. Hosting a costume contest? Make up a batch of these DIY Halloween party awards made from Dollar Tree skeletons.
Playful pumpkin sandwich cookies. Because you’ve gotta have something for the snack tray. These cookies use Pillsbury cookie dough, sprinkles, and a can of frosting for an easy (but delish) treat.
DIY glow-in-the-dark pumpkins. These pumpkins will look especially smashing after dark.
101 cheap DIY Halloween costumes. Planning on wearing that decade-old Frankenstein mask again? Up your costume game with one of these resourceful costumes.
Halloweeno jalapeno poppers. What’s a party without some poppers? This version is dressed for the occasion.
Halloween mural stickers. Put one of these so-realistic-it’s-scary stickers on your garage door for instant frightfulness.