Make Halloween extra sweet and a little bit spooky with this easy to make Pop Rock Candy Bark. It has a little bit of everything tangled between layers of white chocolate and a fun popping sensation that the kids will LOVE!
Trick or treat. Smell my feet. Give me some Candy Corn Saltine Toffee to eat. It’s sweet, salty, and topped with the most popular Halloween candy!
These furry monster mason jars can be filled with candy and used to decorate your space this Halloween. Crafting these fun little fuzzballs is much easier than you think and the kids will LOVE them!
Looking for a colorful and creative Halloween treat to serve to your little ghouls this year? These vibrant Sugar Skull Oreo cookies are easy to make and inspired by one of my favorite movies, The Book of Life.
Here is an easy way to transition your home decor into the fall season. Transform a wooden shadowbox into a fun and festive pumpkin that displays your favorite Halloween memories. No carving necessary!
Last week I picked up a copy of the Better Homes & Gardens newest Halloween Tricks & Treats edition for 2014. Normally I head straight to Pinterest when looking for ideas and inspiration but I am loving the quick and clever creations within the pages of this seasonal magazine. Inspired by a set of bright green pretzel rods decorated with eyeballs, I re-created my own version of spooky salted sticks. These Eerie Eyeball Pretzel Rods are easy to make and also adorable for Halloween. Since my trial run was a success I plan on making these for Toodie’s class next month. They are just the right amount of creepy and can be individually wrapped for each child to enjoy!