Halloween is fun time of year; it has all the festivities of Christmas and none of the frantic present-buying. Plus, the food generally hones in on sweet treats – and ohhh boy, do we love sweet treats.
If you’re planning on having any ghoulish guests round this All Hallows, here are some really easy ways to create a scene of whimsical imagination and spooky divilment. And don’t worry if you’re tight on time or supplies, we’ve picked out only the easiest and most straight-forward options of all. So whether you like your decorations as sweet as your sugary treats, or as scary as a low-grade horror movie, you’re sure to find something to work with below.
Happy Halloween, folks!
Spooky and fun, just toast the marshmallows gently and serve with digestive biscuits.
Because nothing says “Happy Holidays!” like a slice ‘a pumpkin pie.
A quick and easy recipe that will satisfy the sweetest of teeth.
This delicious, all-natural dip gets its colour from the beetroot, and for the purpose of Halloween, you can call it liquified brain dip!
I mean, HOW dotey are these frozen banana popsicles?
Simple, but oh-so-effective.
Black and red candles
Never underestimate the eery, scéence-esque effect that some black or red candles can have in a home. The darker the room gets, the spookier things seem to become…
All you need here are a few glass bottles and jars, some white and black paint (or a pack of googly stick-on eyes), and you’re good to go.
Again, all you need here is a packet of googly eyes, and voila!
If you find Halloween a bit too spooky, then this is one DIY idea you’ll love.
The simplest way to spook-ify any room.
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