What Type of Holiday Party Should You Host?
Can't decide what kind of shindig you should throw this holiday season? Let us help. Take our quiz to find out what type of party will make you the hostess with the mostess.
By: Jacquelyn McGilvray
Set the mood for your holiday cocktail party with a glitzy invitation. Start with our printable template, then add sparkling embellishments.
Turn empty water bottles and inexpensive mailing tubes into an interactive Halloween party game kids of all ages will love.
Entertain Halloween trick-or-treaters or partygoers of all ages with a handmade game of chance that can be refilled with candy or small trinkets to keep the fun going.
This fun-to-make appetizer will have your Halloween party guests doing a double take. A few simple ingredients make this savory snack a scary-easy addition to your party table.
Get a little help from the kiddos to craft this easy party game. They'll enjoy helping to create the game as much as they will playing it.
Kids' favorite party treat — cake balls — get a monstrous makeover for your Halloween get-together. Just the right size for small hands, these sweet treats are sure to get two thumbs up from your favorite trick-or-treaters.
Plain fabric bags are transformed into kid-pleasing Halloween party favors with paint and glitter in the shape of one of our four spooktacular designs.