Thursday, October 23, 2014

Halloween Kiddie Party & Free Printable Masks

We had a fun little Halloween Craft Party at my friend Meg's house. It was a fun day of "treats,"  creativity and good company! There was cookie decorating/eating, a spooky craft, and some fun masks that the kids enjoyed. 
 Meg made the most awesome cookie pops with plenty of icing colors and candy options. The kids did such a great job making monster faces and gobbled up plenty of candy along the way! 
For the recipe head on over to her blog.  Meg will give you all the "tricks" to this delicious activity! {She also posts a lot of other yummy recipes and some awesome DIY's! So keep an eye out for her!}
Brandon's cookie was my favorite.... notice the tiny bite on the side of the one covered in candy corns.
We made some chalk board tomb stones that were super easy and perfect for adding some spookiness to your home. I found the cardboard tomb stones at Joann's. We painted them with chalk paint and then scribbled on top with chalk.  Like I said easy peasy!  And it left plenty of time to eat our cookies and play with our masks. 
While we waited for the tomb stones to dry the kids went outside to play. They were ready to leave the table and run free for a bit. 
 I die over this little Reese girl and Brandon boy in these masks. Their little faces look so cute! 
These masks are a set of 4.... a witch, a vampire, Frankenstein, and a black cat. 
 To download these masks click on the picture below. 
To assemble... print out, cut out, glue the slits at the top, hole punch and tie some elastic string, and get into character as you prance around with your mask! 

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