Whether you are throwing a spooky Halloween party or simply want to creep out the kiddos at home, there are gobs of gross, gory and gloriously gruesome recipes from which to choose. Check out this collection of everything from eerie apps to spine-chilling suppers to disturbing desserts that will be
You don’t need a big Hollywood budget to create one of the scariest yards, porches or walkways this Halloween. With a little creativity and planning, you can create a memorable visitor experience that your friends and neighbors will be talking about for years to come. 1. Garage Door Monster More
Dressing up as a favorite character is fun, but the reason kids really love Halloween is the hoard of treats they collect on their trek around the neighborhood that night. However, all of those gratis goodies can add up to a less-than-healthful collection. A child can easily amass thousands of calories
Halloween decorations range from traditional harvest to family-friendly to maximum spookiness, with ghosts, ghouls, skeletons and more. Any way you do it can make a big impact, and it doesn't have to cost a chocolate-covered mint.
It’s hard to believe Halloween is next month. If you’re like me, we’re already planning our Halloween costumes. Whether you’re still undecided on what your little ones should dress up as or just looking for some inspiration as you plan, here are 25 adorable Halloween costumes for babies and children
There’s always a house on the block that goes above and beyond when it comes to Halloween decor. In one Ohio neighborhood, the “Monster House” is it. You have graphic designer Amanda Destro Pierson to thank for that, Huffington Post reports. With her skills, she’s designed some of the coolest
Halloween is one of our favorite times of year because families can have so much fun together with—and without—media. From spooky movies, music, and games to fun crafts, snacks and parties, October offers a month packed with family pleasures. We culled the web for inspiration to get kids and families learning,
Kids of all ages love carving the perfect pumpkin into a jack-o-lantern for Halloween. Every year, it seems stores start selling pumpkins earlier and earlier. The kids get excited and want them NOW. Meanwhile, the grownups worry whether buying them early simply means a rotted mess by Oct. 31. If