There is nothing scary about the Etched Pumpkins, but they are beautiful!
For those guests who forgot their costumes, a basket full of treasures for them to discover who they will become for the night!
Don’t look up!
The Mantel was my favorite! Find out how to make the Cheese Cloth Spider Webs and Creepy Captured Critters on the links provided! The bats on the wall are cut from card stock and create a nice effect!
The Bloody Halloween Candles were very fun, but we almost had a mishap! A guest ran into the candles with her fabulously large floppy hat. Luckily, the hat snuffed out the candle and a crisis was averted! I immediately relocated the candles to an area absent of floppy hats!
I loved the chandelier! It was so easy and is simply draped with Spider Web Cheese Cloth! The Tulle Wrapped Pumpkins worked wonderfully under all those webs! Definitely not a place for burning candles!
Everyone loved the floating witch hats! Using fishing line, I simply suspended the hats between my two pendant lights. Fishing line is easily threaded into a needle so sewing the fishing line into the tip of the hat was easy! I threw on a few embellishments and voila – fun floating witch hats!
I wanted a delicious, but creepy dessert. I topped red velvet cupcakes with black dyed cream cheese frosting and dripped them with blood (red frosting gel) before serving!
Even my parents attended my party this year and they had a wonderful time – those devils!
I hope you all have a safe and Happy Halloween!