For a fresh take on the traditional Halloween color palette, skip orange and instead rely on purple and lime green when setting up a snack station filled with treats and beverages so kids can help themselves. Print then cut out our free bat templates and attach them to the wall with glue dots for a fun photo backdrop. Place the largest bats near the bottom and smallest bats at the top for a trompe l'oeil effect.
Get kids crafting when they arrive with these cute witch's hat and black cat headbands they can wear during the party then take home as a favor. Not only are these headbands adorable, they're also a snap to make.
Whip up this tasty snack mix made with popcorn, pretzels, M&M's and white chocolate. This sweet-meets-salty mix is not only delicious but, if you use the right candy, it coordinates perfectly with the party's color scheme. Get the recipe.
Embellished with our printable bottle wraps, these apple-green sodas go right along with the party's green and purple color scheme. Complete the look by tying coordinated striped straws to each bottle with baker's twine.
Seriously, what kid doesn't love hot dogs? Wrapped in tasty pastry, these are a fun snack your guests can make themselves. Make a dozen or so ahead of time and have the supplies ready to help the kids make one of their own. Get the recipe.
Kids will love crafting these easy witches' broomsticks. Made with a wooden candy stick, black licorice strings and baker's twine, these sweet treats get topped with one of our free printable flags for a fun favor they can take home. Learn how to make them now.
These cute marshmallow skeletons are sure to make all your party guests smile. Make a few ahead of time to stock the snack table and provide all the supplies so the kids can craft their own. Get the tutorial.
Here's a game that's a snap to set up and kids will love playing! All you need are sandwich cookies and a plate for each child. Have the kids compete to see who can stack the most cookies in one minute — without the cookies falling over. Time them to keep the game fair and have small prizes on hand to award to the winners.