Create a Halloween Costume: Scarecrow: More humble than straw, a scarecrow costume works for any age! This costume is easy on the pocketbook, made of recycled materials and simple to make. It's even super quick to put together, so works well for the "last-minute" trick-or-treater!
Belly "Boo" Costumes: From whimsical to historical re-enactment your imagination (and budget) is the only "confinement." Get started creating an unmatchable costume!
Build a haunted gingerbread house: Want a delightfully scary (and delicious) centerpiece on your Halloween spread? Tap that creative genius (for this -- think more like Dr. Jekyll meets the Werewolf!) as you create this treat!
Recipe: Fresh baked pumpkin seeds: It oozes. It squishes. It makes a big mess! Yes, it is time to carve that pumpkin again! This year, task your kids with saving the seeds to make a delicious (and nutritious) snack.
Halloween face painting ideas: Hosting a kid's Fallfest or Halloween party? Maybe you'd like to add a spooky touch before you head out for community festivals or over to grandma's! You'll find inspiration here!
Halloween candy safety tips: Before you go trick-or-treating, take a moment to check out these important tips. A few simple steps can help you keep the kids safe without diminishing the fun factor!
10 ways to "just say no" to Halloween candy: Is the Halloween candy temptation hitting you hard? Step away from the dish (or bag if you haven't made it that far!) Learn ways to overcome your addiction -- before you actually *are* what you eat!
Stay Safe on Halloween: National Safety Council compiled this list to stay safe!
Halloween -- how scary is too scary?: Children react differently to those things that go "bump in the night", even when they know it is all in the spirit of Halloween! Parents remain divided on how much fright is ok -- some trying to make that determination for others! Where do you stand?
Top 10 Things to Do with Leftover Halloween Candy: When November 1st hits, I'm already thinking -- this candy HAS. TO. GO!! I don't need the pounds and the kids certainly do not need MORE energy from a sugar high! This year will be different ('sez I!) I'm going to try one of these ideas!