Day 13: Halloween Movie Night Snack Ideas

Halloween Movie Night Snack Ideas

Day 13: Halloween Movie Night Snack Ideas

Halloween is the perfect time for those classic scary/spooky movies. I personally can’t handle anything TOO scary (let’s talk about The Ring and never sleeping again), but there are a few classics that I still love and need to watch during October. So today I decided to match up some of my favorite Halloween movies with some delicious snack recipes from some favorite bloggers. Check them out below.

Watch The Addams Family while enjoying Chicken Pot Pie with Crawling Hand (on Woman’s Day).

The Addams Family and Chicken Pot Pot with Crawling Hand

Enjoy the funny Shaun of the Dead while snacking on Brain Cupcakes (on Annie’s Eats).

Enjoy the funny Shaun of the Dead while snacking on Brain Cupcakes (on Annie's Eats).

Watch one of my favorites, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and enjoy Jack Skellington Pops (on The Party Animal Blog).

Watch one of my favorites, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and enjoy Jack Skellington Pops (on The Party Animal Blog).

Ghostbusters is a must while eating Halloween Ectoplasm Smiled Popcorn (on Suzie The Foodie).

Ghostbusters is a must while eating Halloween Ectoplasm Smiled Popcorn (on Suzie The Foodie).

I loved Beetlejuice as a kid, and it would go well with Creepy-Crawly Chips in Swampy Guacamole (on HGTV).

I loved Beetlejuice as a kid, and it would go well with Creepy-Crawly Chips in Swampy Guacamole (on HGTV).

I watch Hocus Pocus every year, and it would go great with Witches Brew Pea Chowder (on K&L Food Blog).

I watch Hocus Pocus every year, and it would go great with Witches Brew Pea Chowder (on K&L Food Blog).

Watch Batman and decorate your drinks with the cute Batman Pineapple Cocktail Decor (on Malicia Flore).

Watch Batman and decorate your drinks with the cute Batman Pineapple Cocktail Decor (on Malicia Flore).

Watch Dracula while chewing on these Dracula’s Dentures (on The Girl Who Ate Everything).

Watch Dracula while chewing on these Dracula's Dentures (on The Girl Who Ate Everything).

I LOVE Harry Potter and I think these Harry Potter Licorice Wands while watching the movie (on Pastry Affair).

I LOVE Harry potter and I think these Harry Potter Licorice Wands while watching the movie (on Pastry Affair).

I’d LOVE to see any movie/snack ideas you have in the comments below.

To see the other 50 DIY Days of Holiday Crafts, check out this link.

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– Chelsey

P.S. This is the 4th year for my 50 DIY Days. If you would like to check out the past projects, you can click on these links (sorry for any broken links, it’s hard to keep up to date with all the posts… always a work in progress): 2011 // 2012 // 2013!


Day 12: Boo Ghost Candle Silhouettes (with free printable)

Boo Ghost Candle Silhouettes (with free printable)

Day 12: Boo Ghost Candle Silhouettes (with free printable)

The day of Halloween is almost here, and these little spooky candle silhouettes will be perfect for the Halloween season! Just make them and hang them behind a candle to create a ghostly silhouette on your wall. While these creations are meant more for the evening, they will still look super cute during the day.

Supplies you’ll need for this project:

  • Printer
  • Paper
  • Spooky Ghost Printable
  • Needle and white thread
  • Scrapbook adhesive
  • Scissors or x-acto knife
  • Tracing paper
  • Candle
  • Clear glass candle holder
  • Hole punch
  • Nails and wire

To check out the full tutorial and free Spooky Ghost Printable, head on over to the HP Create blog.

Boo Ghost Candle Silhouettes (with free printable)

To see the other 50 DIY Days of Holiday Crafts, check out this link.

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– Chelsey

P.S. I am a paid contributor for the HP Create blog. This is the 4th year for my 50 DIY Days. If you’d like to check out the past projects, you can click on these links (sorry for any broken links, it’s hard to keep up to date with all the posts… always a work in progress): 2011 // 2012 // 2013


Day 11: Printable Post-it Note Gift Tags

Post-it Note Gift Tags

Day 11: Post-it Note Gift Tags

Do you remember when I shared my Post-it note printables? Yeah, those were cute and fun to make. Sooo I decided to make more, but this time I’m using them as gift tags. I hope to use these for Christmas, but they could really be used for any gift. Are you ready? Let’s make some cute Post-it note Gift Tags!

Post-it Note Gift Tags

Post-it Note Gift Tags

Supplies:

Directions:

STEP 1:

Print out the Post-it Note layout.

Post-it Note Gift Tags

STEP 2:

Place the Post-it Notes sticky side on the top (with thepapermama.com don’t on the left side) and place the paper into the printer paper feed.

Note: For my printer I placed the Post-it Note side face down into the paper tray, but this may be different for other printers. 

Post-it Note Gift Tags

STEP 3:

Place your freshly printed Post-it Notes on a gift!

Post-it Note Gift Tags

Enjoy! Here’s an idea: you don’t have to use the printable tags I made, you can make your own or even use some Instagram photos! Just use the Post-it Note layout for the word and image placement.

Post-it Note Gift Tags

To see the other 50 DIY Days of Holiday Crafts, check out this link.

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– Chelsey

P.S. This is the 4th year for my 50 DIY Days. If you’d like to check out the past projects, you can click on these links (sorry for any broken links, it’s hard to keep up to date with all the posts… always a work in progress): 2011 // 2012 // 2013


Day 10: Boo Ghost Candy Wrapper DIY (with free printable)

Boo Ghost Candy Wrapper DIY (with free printable)

Day 10: Boo Ghost Candy Wrapper DIY (with free printable)

After yesterday’s candy wrapper post, I really wanted to make a new candy wrapper for this year! I made these Ghost spoon toppers for a different project, and it turns out they’re adorable for decorating lollipops. We live in the city, and it seems we aren’t in a heavy Halloween traffic area. The most trick or treaters we’ve ever had at our home was 20, so decorating our treats is pretty easy (since we don’t need to hand out too many). These would also be adorable for a classroom treat on Halloween. Cute!

Supplies:

Directions:

Boo Ghost Candy Wrapper DIY (with free printable)

STEP 1:

Print out the free Ghost printable onto some heavy card stock paper. Cut out the ghosts with your scissors.

STEP 2:

Use the hot glue gun to fold the ghost arms around the lollipop stick.

STEP 3:

You’re done!

Boo Ghost Candy Wrapper DIY (with free printable)

Now you’re ready for all those trick or treaters!

To see the other 50 DIY Days of Holiday Crafts, check out this link.

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– Chelsey

P.S. This is the 4th year for my 50 DIY Days. If you’d like to check out the past projects, you can click on these links (sorry for any broken links, it’s hard to keep up to date with all the posts… always a work in progress): 2011 // 2012 // 2013

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