3. Milk Jug Ghosts- Save your milk jugs and this will save your yard from smashed pumpkins! Take a milk jug and draw any ghost face you wish on the face of the jug with a black permanent marker. Cut a partial hole from the other side and insert a string of white Christmas lights. You can make a single ghost or a string of ghosts using a longer set of lights. Just plug them in and voila! You can also use flameless tea lights from your local Dollar Store instead of Christmas lights; it will give your ghost an orange glow like the one below.
4. Painted Jar Luminaries- If you’re more artsy you can take an empty jar and paint it with your favourite Halloween images. Then light it up using a tea light candle or a flame-less tea light. This do-it-yourself project is great for a centerpiece or in a window!
5. Candy Corn Dessert Cup- Looking for something delicious this Halloween season without eating candy? This Candy Corn Dessert Cup is perfect for just that. Take ¼ cup of canned pineapple bits, ¼ cup of fresh or canned mandarin oranges and top it off with a little bit of whip cream!
6. Halloween Hand Treat Bags- Are you the creative type and don’t like to just pass out candy? How about this? Take a latex glove and fill it with candies. It’s recommended to use Tootsie Rolls or Rockets for the fingers to keep them in shape. Finish it off by tying a ribbon or string around the base and placing a spider ring on one of the fingers.
We hope you have a sweet, safe, and spooktacular Halloween!