Halloween Baby Shower Party Ideas 3

Halloween Baby Shower Party Ideas

PARTY IDEAS 3

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 Crystal ball made using a ceiling light, puffy paint, spray paint, and gems. Add a color changing light beneath ~ Magical!Use plastic fangs as napkin rings or place card holders.Witches Brew – 1 apple, 1 orange, 1 lemon, 2 T whole allspice, 2 T whole cloves, 4 cinnamon sticks.  Slice fruit into rings, including peels, seed, cores, etc. Place all ingredients
into a crock-pot. Fill with water. Simmer on low. Refill with water as needed. Be careful not let the water get too low.
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Instead of craving make designs with puff glow-in-the-dark paint drops.Witch legs coming out of a feathered umbrella.This witch “crashed” into the door.
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Using your fireplace for decoration is a cool idea.  Use bones, or…Pile pumpkins inside carved like flames, or…Board off your fireplace and have creepy arms or zombies trying to get in.
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Spooky Pumpkin – put dry ice inside and light with a green glow stick.Use sheet-draped chairs to give your room the look of ruin.Don’t forget to decorate your food tables too!
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Glow sticks from a party store and a bag of inflatable white balloons. Slide the small glow stick inside the balloon then inflate it and cover with a piece of white fabric. Draw a spooky face on the fabric and cut a small hole at the top to pull the stem of the balloon through for hanging. Use an inflatable coffin as a drink cooler.For a cool and creepy DIY Halloween cauldron find yourself a large bowl and pick up a brick of dry ice from your local supermarket. Take the dry ice and place it in a small container with a little bit of warm water in it then place the container inside your bowl to create the look of a smoldering witches cauldron.
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Put a glow ball in a white stocking and hang from trees or ceiling.Make these with screening, clear plastic bottle bottoms and twinkle lights.Or, you can make a pumpkin bowl or cauldron and place dry ice inside.
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Make signing your guest book part of the party decorations.Make a wall of glowing masks.  Buy a bunch of Dollar Store masks and paint them with glow-in-the-dark paint.  Hang individually or in groups.Witch Treat Pot – I couldn’t find instructions, but too cute not to share. See where your imagination can take you!
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Make a Pumpkin Witch Topiary.  Stack pumpkins and carve one with a face.  Top with tulle and a witch hat.  Use some small branches for the arms.  Tie the hat on with a ribbon bow.Stage a spooky scene by assembling a colony of these winged creatures made from miniature pumpkins and craft foam.Using spray paint, paint foam or plastic pumpkins classic white.  Don’t get heavy-handed with the spray, or you’ll have drips – unless of course you want the drips.
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Simple branch, lights, crows or ravens, pillar candles and the word “BOO”.  Very nicely done.Haunted House Glass Block – Place die cut vinyl image (haunted house or other spooky images) on face of pre-drilled glass block and fill with candy corn lights. Decorate with sparkly ribbon and fuzzy spider. All craft items can be found at your local craft store. Use craft or dollar store lanterns and dress them up with pumpkins and bat and moon decals.
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Cover a pumpkin with glue and Epsom salt for a sparkle that’s more classic-looking than glitter .  Cute for mini pumpkins on tables and such.Paint your pumpkin white or black.  Cut out circle eyes and make the mouth resemble a skull.  Use candy corn and round beads around the eyes and accent with red paint.Take an ordinary paper lantern, dress it up with leaves, a stem, and tendrils for a hanging pumpkin.

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