We didn't want too many decorations because most of the kids were pretty little and the party was only going to be about an hour. The kids would be WAY too excited to get out and Trick-or-Treat.
The entrance was decorated very kid friendly.
For the fireplace area we used tombstones from my Halloween collection and spider webs and streamers which you can get at dollar stores. Very inexpensive but looks festive and not scary for the little ones.
|I took this picture at an odd angle. Sometimes I'm goofy like that :)|
The little kiddo's had fun with the googly eyed cups. We just glued google eyes, available at dollar stores onto dollar store cups. Inexpensive and cute. An orange blanket the hostess already had and some spider webbing add a pumpkiny Halloweeny touch.
More spider webs and a glowing spider make you forget that the table cloth is from the dollar store. No need to spend a bundle on a Halloween night party. Healthy food to fuel the kids as they go door to door.
mmm warm spaghetti to fill the kids tummies before heading out on a cold Halloween night. YUM! my friend makes the most DE-lish cheesy garlic bread.
How cute are these Rice Krispie pumpkins with a Tootsie Roll stem. Make ahead and put in the fridge to save yourself some time the day of the party.