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|Posted on October 30, 2017 at 3:22 PM||comments (0)|
We had our annual #happyhalloween party this weekend! As usual we were pressed for time but worked hard to make it happen! Incase you decide to throw a last minute party for your kids we wanted to share a few ideas.
My daughters food choices were a cute addition!
Cheese, olive and chive flour tortillas decorated as pumpkins.
Cutie oranges peeled and decorated with celery leaves to look like pumpkins.
We used purple organic grapes on skewers to give our serving platter a finished look.
The left over celery we washed and cut and added almond butter and decorated with dried cranberries. I found a better finished version of this on-line
Unfortunately, I did not have all the ingredients, but if you do I would suggest these instead.
We made witches brooms with cheese sticks Snyders GF pretzels wrapped with the chives. There are many varieties of these on-line we used chives already cut and ready to go much easier and faster prep time.
To See the #witchesbroom recipe at https://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?recipe=2585020
And of course our magic potion station! The kids always love this!
We made rice krispie treats, instead of cutting them or shaping them into pumpkins, we made a silly pumpkin graveyard batch...definitely a time saver!
This years activities included decorating pumpkins, making slime and Halloween #Mad Libs.
Your local grocery should have small pumpkins for less than $1....and the kids love to decorate these. We typically use stickers/pens/stamps or paint. Whatever we have on hand. Another way to save money on your party!
We love slime!!
I found these containers at the dollar store so the kids could mix and take the container home. No mess for me and the container is perfect for the slime so it doesn't dry out! We always give a party favor to our guests. These gifts were around $3. Not bad for a pumpkin and slime!!
We love Highlights in our family. The book we used for our mad libs is a wonderful book of Halloween Mad Libs from Highlights. My daughter picked two out she wanted to do with her friends. I made copies for the girls. When they finished filling them in they each stood up and read to each other. One thing I always do at our parties is include something educational. This activity made the girls think and they also practiced reading and speaking in front of others. Of course they don't realize this...because they are having fun too!
At the end of the day I received the best compliment ever! One of the girls said to me that we throw the best parties ever! #ilove it It made our day!
#Maketime & #Taketime to spend #qualitytime with your kids this #Halloween. Whether you go all out or do a couple simple things. It is this time, any time, that we spend with our kids, that makes a difference in their lives and yours and helps you to raise #amazingkids
All of my best!