Here are a few snapshots of what Halloween looks like at the Flynn House:
Apple Cider with Shrunken Heads.
A fun lamp, lots of gourds and candles.
Spudnuts- yes, I used my previously moldy potatoes and made delicious doughnuts out of them.
Its amazing what a couple silhouettes will do for a lamp!
Spiderwebs, scarecrow, and some fun (I inverted the colors on several) pictures.
Rotten Deviled Eggs and Goblin Fingers…
A fun way to dress up regular pictures is some hot glue and googly eyes! I glued them to the glass and I’ll just pop them off after the holiday!
Navel oranges are often a lot cheaper than mini-pumpkins- and they make cute jack o’ lanterns stacked in this vase.
Black felt cutouts and white towels make for some fun ghosts in the bathroom!
Have you tried this delicious mix that tastes like Snicker’s candy bars? Add salted peanuts to candy corn and M&M’s- mix and eat. Delicious.
Another fun use for googly eyes and a hot glue gun! I love tucking pumpkins in fun places, like on this book shelf.
Yummy sugar cookies and delicious Reese’s cookies. Reese’s pieces are perfect Halloween colors.
I covered some glass jars with paper, including a cutout with tissue paper, inserted a votive into the jar, and viola!
The inverse photos (these are wedding pictures) look fantastic with a glowing blacklight!
Delicious Bones & Body Parts mix- cereal, popcorn, and pretzels dipped in white chocolate!
It wouldn’t be Halloween without costumes! It was fun to find sibling counterparts at the ward party.
Happy Halloween everyone!