Who doesn't like more chocolate on a candy bar?
Take two of your favorite things, upcycling and decorating, and put them together, for a perfectly eco-friendly Halloween!
This is the homemade haunted house that my friends and I made this year. The entire build was in my friend's large basement. We recycled props from the past couple years, and even made a few new ones.
I've been celebrating Halloween with kids for about a decade now, and as a result, I've got a few Halloween hacks to share.
Clothed in jammies and our plastic masks, we'd fall down in front of the TV, dump our night's treasure on the floor and divide it up by good, yucky and OK, stuffing as much as we could into our mouths during the process.
If they can dress up in actual costumes and still look adorable then so can we! Here are a few must-see Halloween costume ideas from our favorite models to help inspire you this year.
The season of screams and scares is officially here! Halloween is right around the corner, and it's time to embrace your inner ghoul. If you're in need of some spooktacular holiday inspiration, here are nine ways to get into the spirit of Halloween faster than you can say BOO!
Halloween decorations don't have to be tacky plastic skeletons draped in gauze or garish jack-o-lanterns -- you can up your Halloween decor game by adding some chic to your spooky decorations.
I'm not advocating eliminating candy all together. A treat or two every so often is fine. What I am arguing is that we should find ways to make it more balanced -- to bring a few fun and healthy Halloween treats and tricks to the party.
High fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated oils, artificial flavorings... Halloween is a scary time! Try making your own creepy creations instead.
Where better to spend this spooky holiday than a place where you can simultaneously tie one on while listening for strange noises. And when you eventually hear them, you'll always wonder if it was the booze or the spirits (meaning ghosts, not hooch).
I try to love Halloween as much as the next parent, but I admit to having my limits when it comes to embracing this kid frenzy of overdone costumes and too much candy. Here are five ways I won't be celebrating the holiday this year, no matter how much my kids beg me.
That wasn't your fault, the ridge got in the way. Just take a wet paper towel and wipe away that line and redraw... you know what? It's gonna be fine. It'll be abstract.
It is October and I am enthralled with fall, with black cats and cauldrons and crystal balls. I close my eyes but I do not see the future swirling in the mist. Only the past.
How to host a "Halloween Dinner Party" that's as creepy as it is delicious.
These destinations retain their spooky reputation all year-round, so even if only one of them makes the cut for October 31st this year, you can still turn the rest into a frightening world tour if you want.