Happy Halloween Part II


Ronella and me celebrate Halloween every year and this year we've been super creative. In our previous post we've shown you a quick and easy DIY, that is perfect to spice up your room and get into the festive spirit. Scroll down for 3 spooky and delicious food snacks.

My mom bought me four pumpkins and we had so much fun trying to carve them. Although it was my first time ever carving a pumpkin, I think I nailed that cat figure.

We also prepared some halloween snacks DIYs.

1) OREO bloody eyeballs
- OREO cookies
- brown M&Ms
- gel food colouring 

Basically twist and seperate the cookie. Draw the irises and bloody veins. Place the M&M in the middle and you're done.

2) Pumpkin pretzels
- pretzels
- white chocolate
- butter and milk (if needed)
- food colouring (red and yellow drops)
- green M&Ms

Melt white chocolate in the pot and add a little bit of butter to make it more creamy. If the mixture gets too thick, add some milk. When it's all melted and smooth, add food colouring - easy with the red; add gradually and only few drops at the time. Stir and add the colouring until you get that pumpkin orange hue. Dip the pretzels into the chocolate and while they're still sticky, place green M&M as a petal. 

3) Chocolate Graveyard
- cookies
- OREO cookies
- sour worms
- gel food colouring
- chocolate pudding

Buy or cook chocolate pudding. Let it cool overnight. Place it all in one big bowl and top it off with mashed OREO cookies. Write 'R.I.P.' signs on light brown cookies and slightly dip them into the pudding. Decorate with sour worms.

HAPPY BELATED HALLOWEEN, GUYS! What did you go as for Halloween?

Happy Halloween DIY Banner

1. Trace out the shape of your rectangle on semitransparent paper for a cleaner look of your flag. We don't want to see any pencil traces on our flags, do we?

2. Now make a reversed V shape with triangle on the bottom of your semitransparent paper.

3. Cut out the triangle shape.

4. Place the semitransparent paper over the black one.

5. Cut the bottom in a shape of triangle (like shown on the picture).

6. Repeat the same procedure for all of the 13 flags. You need one flag per each letter. Cut the ribbon at the desired length and use stapler to fixate the flags onto the string.

7. Paint or print out the letters on the flags. You can get creative here :) I printed out the letters and then glued them on. Don't forget to measure out the letters so they fit right.

Happy Halloween, witches! Super late on this post, but hope you had a wicked time of your lives.

Things needed:
Semitransparent paper
Black (thicker) paper
White paint (optional)
Glue (optional)

You can also make  different banners using this method - here we made a  banner with a mix of bats, pumpkins and scary ghosts. A super fun decoration for your wall. 

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