Throwing a Halloween bash means a big responsibility to make it the spookiest extravaganza of the year – and that’s why we’re here to help! From terrifying invites to devilish food, we have it covered, all you need to focus on is an amazingly scary costume.
Be our guest...
Show your guests what they've got ahead of them with spooky invites. No one will be able to turn you down with these.
Time to BOO-gie
Make sure people know where the party is at by making a glitzy skeleton wreath to hang on your front door. We've no bones about it that they're going to love it.
Sewing machines and Halloween go hand-in-hand. So delight any little trick or treater with this pumpkin-inspired bag and wand.
Trick or treat?
No Halloween party is complete without yummy food to sink your fangs into, and who will be able to resist these Jack 'O lantern brownies?
Apple of your eye
It wouldn't be Halloween without traditional toffee apples. They're super quick and easy to make up a batch to keep on your table for the whole party.
You've baked your cakes and the sweets are prepared, now all you need is somewhere to keep them! Scarify an old tin with some orange ribbon and frightfully fun sentiments.
Wow your guests with lifelike cake toppers made from polymer clay. These pumpkins, witches and spiders can transform a cake from pretty, to frightful in no time.
Now that the food is ready, it's time for the fun part... decorating the house! This cute pumpkin garland only takes five minutes to make and it will look ever-so-good on your mantelpiece.
Incy Wincy Spider
Yarn is an amazing thing, not only can it produce spooky knitted designs, but it can also make a spider's web! Add in little plastic critters to really scare your visitors.
Don't let your guests leave empty handed! These balloons have been filled with sugary treats that are a surefire way to finish the party with a BANG!
As much as we love pumpkin carving, there are so many creative things you can do with them, without the need for a scalpel. Read our 10 Showstopping Ways To Decorate Your Pumpkin blog!