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30 Ways for a FRANKEN-TASTIC Halloween Kids Party

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BOO! Aww, did we scare you? Well you will need some toughening up then before the spookiest event of the year – HALLOWEEN!

Alright alright. We acknowledge that halloween is a commonly celebrated occasion in Singapore. But think about all the cutest and spookiest touches that you can bring to a halloween theme party! That’s one party we will definitely not say no to. 🙂

If you are considering of throwing your own halloween party or maybe have a halloween themed day at school, read on to get some bewitching inspiration! From invites to decorations to party games, we have got you covered.

#1: Creepy Footprint Invites

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Simple and fun to make, we are sure your little ones will have a hell of a time making these invites.

#2: Mummy invites you to play (cue scary music)

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Another easily accomplished invite that only needs googly eyes, toilet paper and black paper.  So cute, ain’t it?

#3: Pumpkins Shoot Out!

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Create this 3 headed pumpkin and make a fun game out of it with some ping poing balls! Get your little ones together to work on creating the structure before indulging in a fun toss out after that!

#4: Knock out those monsters!

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 Don’t throw out your tin cans and you can re-use them in a fun bowling game! Pre-game can be a painting session where each guest creates their scariest monster before putting them together to form a tower that’s just perfect to knock down!

#5: Donuts Race

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Get your little ones to play a donut race where they race to finish the donuts hung from above without using their hands at all! We are sure the kids will be entirely amused by their own antics! 🙂

#6: “Pop!” Goes The Pumpkin

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Add that little bit of adrenaline and excitement to your party with this game as kids take the time to pop the balloons off the “huge” pumpkin.

 

#7: Bang Bang! The ghost is gone!

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What child doesn’t love the water gun? Make a tower of ghosts and create a shooting game just for the little ones! We are sure they will love it to death bits.

#8: Silhouette Balloons Mania

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Blow up some halloween coloured balloons and get ready your sharpie to draw out some of the spookiest things you can think of! Easy-peasey!

#9: Ghostly Company

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#10: EEK! Spider webs! Nah, just garbage bags.

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Decorations that don’t break the bank and are fun to do will always be our number 1 choice. These spider-webs are just cut out from garbage bag! Such creativity.

#11: Of blind bats and old ghosts

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Another favourite of ours that requires almost no effort at all! If you have spare black construction paper and tissues lying about,  you are all set to get crafty with this garland that is just the right amount of cuteness.

#12: Tinsels, paper fans and coloured lanterns

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The versatility of tinsels, paper fans and coloured lanterns will definitely give your party a boost when you use the appropriate colours to doll up your party venue! Oooohh, we just love it!

#13: Dessert Table

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#14: Spooktacular Halloween

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#15: Buntings and Balloon attached candy treats

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Get the vibe of the party right with well-placed orange-silver-white-black bunting and bright orange balloons. Attach them to a cute little candy jar to make the perfect party favour for your guests! And that’s one thing you don’t have to clean up after the party! 🙂

#16: BOO-tiful Candy Bar

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 As with all themed parties, colour schemes can make or break the atmosphere of a party. Keep to green, orange, purple and black and you will definitely be feeling the halloween vibe!

#17: Chalkboard as Signage

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 Sometimes all you need is a good sign that shows exactly what the purpose of this party is! Chalkboard with adorably drawn images make a re-usable sign that can suit any kind of party!

#18: Happy Halloween Bunting 

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No chalkboard? Use construction paper instead to create your own personalized bunting!

#19: Lanterns and Tinsels

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Create a cute spider over head with lanterns and tinsels. We think it’s a fine addition to any halloween party. 🙂

#20: Witchy Twitchy Cookies

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Turn your sweet treats into anything halloween! In this case,  the nornal kisses chocolate and cookies became a witch’s hat!

#21: Itsy Bitsy Sweet Spider 

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Pretzels and cookies make a very delicious spider. Who knew, right?

#22: Savoury Spiders

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 We shown you above how to make a sweet treat kind of spider and here we have something more salty for the savoury lovers. All you need is some cheese, salty crackers, raisins and pretzel sticks and viola~ a tasty spider is born.

#23: Cheese makes good brooms. 

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Cheese lovers alert! While these brooms sure can’t fly, they make good snacks and add that extra special touch to any halloween party.

#24: Broomstick Cookies

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A sweet version of the broomstick snack that kids are sure to snap them up fast!

 

#25: In the dead of the Grave yard

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 OOOOOOO. Create this hauntingly adorable graveyard pudding for your guests. Set it up with an ice-cream sticks fence and you would have nailed this!

 

#26: Black Cat

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Its bad luck if a black cat crosses your path but luckily, these delicious kitty cookies may just be worth the bad luck!

#27: Skeleton Cookies

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Take the spookiness up another level by creating these cute yet creepy treats for your guest!

#28: OH! FRANKESTEIN!

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Frankenstein is supposed to be scary but these delicious snacks are definitely not! Chocolate sauce, white chocolate chips, pretzel sticks, green candy melts and marshmellow are all you need for whip these up.

#29: Eat your fruits or else…

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Party snacks need not be sinful! Look at this adorable orange pumpkins and banana ghosts? We are sure kids don’t need any incentive to gobble these sweet fruits up!

#30: 2 Servings of veggies and caterpillars…?

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Another healthy snack option for a halloween themed party! It may be very simple to make but it sure doesn’t lack in its aesthetic!

So there you have it,

30 ways to spruce up your perfect halloween party!

If you found this article useful, remember, sharing is very caring. 🙂

Till next time,

mavis

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