4 Easy Halloween DIYs

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Looking for simple ideas to spook up your home for Halloween? Here are four quick ways to get in the ghoulish spirit.

Scary Halloween Teeth

DIY Scary Halloween Teeth

All you need is a few apple slices, some peanut butter and mini marshmallows. Spread the peanut butter onto two apple quarters. Line one of the quarters with the marshmallows. Place the second apple slice on top with the peanut butter side face-down to make an apple slice sandwich. Repeat for as many pearly whites as you'd like! 

Gummy Worm Ice Cubes

Gummy Worm Ice Cubes

Place the gummy worms in the ice tray and gently pour fruit punch over them. Place them in the freezer and allow them to chill completely. We assure you your kids will love to serve these to their friends.  

Egg Cartons as Scary Eyes 

Egg Cartons as Scary Eyes

Cut egg cups apart into single cups or pairs. Turn them upside down and paint them white using spray paint or acrylic craft paint. Set aside to dry. Paint a circle of colour (blue, brown or green) in the centre of the egg cup. Paint a smaller circle of black in the center of the color and let dry. Add blood-shot veins with a red marker. Throw them around your lamp shades or dangle them from your chandeleir to decorate. 

Candy Gloves 

Candy Gloves

Stuff transparent latex gloves with candy. Use red tape to close the open end of the glove. Cut up some red craft paper and stick it over the tape. Now cut up red ribbons or twine and stick to make 'bloody hands'. Try using them as party favours or have them around the house for spooky effect! 

 

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