I hope you’re donning a costume, or at the very least you’ve smeared some fake blood on your shirt. I’ve painted my nails a pumpkin orange, but that’s as far as I’ve gotten. But I’m really tempted to run out and grab a super scary costume. I have this new dream of becoming the spookiest house in Provo, where kids come from miles around to see my wacky decor and meet the evil craft witch. I’m envisioning scissors sticking out of my forehead and my lips sewn shut with yarn….WHY DIDN’T I THINK OF THIS SOONER?
Anyway. While I’m working on that I thought I’d share some pictures from a Halloween Cookie Decorating party that I put on for my primary class. I know Halloween, is, uh, today, but my treats were super simple, and I thought my signs were SOOO funny that I had to share.
The “Vampire Spit” was Sprite mixed with Fruit Punch concentrate. I put some plastic ping pong eyeballs in there, but the kids fished them out so fast I couldn’t get a picture! I had NO idea what a hit those eyeballs would be. Make sure you have at least one for each party goer.
And the “Goblin Brains and Monster Fangs” obviously consisted of some of my homemade salsa and chips.
I even solicited the chickens. For some reason all kids do the same thing with the chickens…try to feed them the rocks that their coop sits on. Please teach your children chickens don’t eat rocks. I think they’re being misinformed in school.
Also, it’s not too late to make yourself a Halloween Fancy Party Hat! I mean look how festive my co-teacher and I look.
The Evil Craft Witch