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Throwing a Kids Halloween Party

We had a Halloween party this year a small but fun affair with one of Z-girls Classmates and some family. To make the food look festive I used food color and decorating gels. and found a super easy recipe for Cream Cheese Frosting (8 oz. of Cream Cheese, 1 Cup of Powdered Sugar and 1 tsp of Vanilla Extract, food color optional) for frosting our cupcakes.

The Goody bags contained flashlights, kazoos, coloring books, stickers and Tattoos and of course some candy (Pez and Lollipops). One Idea I had was to hide the Goody bags (kind of like an Easter egg hunt) but we also hid some "scary" stuff. Spiders, bats, and spooky pics. (Unfortunately we just handed out the bags)
The kids were dressed in their costumes. We had some princesses and Wonder Woman I was dressed a Shaggy from Scooby Doo.
For activities we had Halloween Songs which the kids were dancing to (pretty impressive in there princess high heels.) We decorated pumpkins with stickers, watched Scooby Doo movies
As the party was winding down we had story time and read Ten Timid Ghosts and The Witch Who Was Afraid of Witches.

In the end I think the party was a success since later that night my daughter thanked me for the party and told me she had a lot of fun.

Deviled eggs Decorated with Olives,
Dill, Pimentos, and Bell Pepper
PB & J sandwiches cut to look like pumpkins and Coffins
then decorated with Cake decorating Gel and Deco Pics.
Crescent rolls with melted shredded Cheese
and decorated with assorted Olives.
Decorating Pumpkins with Stickers

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