Hello everyone, today I am sharing another Halloween party. As I have said before I love Halloween so I knew I needed to share some more easy Halloween party ideas. The simplicity of this party makes it easy to create in an afternoon and that includes the diy decorations.
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The paper decorations shown were created with the help of my Cricut Explore Air 2. The banner I did was simple but I love how it turned out. I used textured paper to add some dimension, cut out the letters and images with my Cricut Explore Air 2, and simply put it together. This took me no more than 10 minutes to create.
I love the witch hat detail on the S of the banner.
The tags on the black gable boxes were also created with my Cricut Explore Air 2. These are actually already created on the Cricut Design Space, all I did was search “halloween tags” and chose the one I like. I found this Frankenstein silhouette in the Cricut Design Space and knew I had to use him somehow in this party. I cut out some and decided to use them as cupcake toppers. I dressed up the cupcakes in these green chevron baking cups and topped them off with the Frankenstein topper. As party favors for the little guests I thought these Halloween theme pencils were perfect. I placed them inside plastic tubes then a monster munchies container for presentation.
A treat that can’t go missed is popcorn. I served it inside this spider bowl and had empty mini plastic cauldron containers that the guest could serve themselves in. I also set up a table where the kids could sit down and do an activity plus enjoy lunch. Through out both tables I brought in pops of color, so these plates that I bought a while back on clearance at Target were perfect for the table setting. The napkins also brought in a pop of color and a fun polka dot pattern. I used the bat napkin rings that I made with my Cricut Explore Air 2. I shared a tutorial on how to make them a couple weeks back check it out here. For my centerpiece I placed a cauldron on top of a spiderweb felt placemat and inside I set a spooky excavation kit that I found for $1 at Target. These kits are great for a party activity and budget friendly. The kids will have a blast chiseling out their spooky surprise. I hope these easy Halloween party ideas were able to inspire you to throw your own Halloween party. Make sure to check out our other Halloween ideas for more inspiration.