October 2, 2012

Halloween Scrapbooking Party

Martha Stewart Halloween Paper Pad, on Amazon

THEME:

A small group of women gathers around your dinner table to work on their Halloween scrapbooking pages, visit and eat spooky sweets.

ACTIVITY:

Jolee's Boutique Halloween Stickers, on Amazon

Serve a light dinner, plenty of snacks and tempting desserts. Clear off your dining table and let everyone spread out with the scrapbooking supplies they've brought. Play fun Halloween music in the background, and keep everyone's beverages refreshed as they work. At the end of the night, have everyone show off their completed scrapbook pages.

PARTY INSPIRATION:

Halloween Digital Scrapbooking Ideas

2012 Halloween and Thanksgiving Scrapbooking Papers (Scrappy Jedi)

DECORATIONS:

Martha Stewart Halloween Sign, on Amazon

Glitter Skeletons, at Cost Plus World Market

Keep decor simple - it's just the beginning of the month after all. Just have a few fun, whimsical and colorful things out for guests to get into the Halloween spirit.

MUSIC:


Halloween Party Favorites CD, on Amazon

APPETIZERS:


Bubbling Cauldron Cheese Dip with Bat Wing Dippers, from Betty Crocker


Black Cat Canapes Recipe, by Betty Crocker


Sinister Spread, from Martha Stewart

BEVERAGES:


Apple Cidercar Recipe, from Williams-Sonoma


Wicked Witch Apple Punch, from Food Channel


Blood Red Hot Chocolate, from Martha Stewart

ENTREES:


Ghost of Monte Cristo Sandwiches Recipe, by Martha Stewart


Worm Soup with Bat Wings, from Kitchen Daily

DESSERTS:

Moonstruck Chocolate Spiders Collection, on Amazon


Sparkly Spider Cookies, from The Decorated Cookie Blog

I like these glittery spider cookies because they're not gooed up with frosting - perfect for a party where your guests are working with their hands.


Candy Corn Sugar Cookies (Half Baked)


Mummy Cupcake Cake, by Family Fun Crafts

BOOKS FOR PARTY PLANNING:

Halloween Poems and Verses for Greeting Cards, on Amazon Kindle

RELATED LINKS:

Halloween Party Ideas from One Charming Party

Halloween Party Printables

Halloween Treats That Aren't Candy (Country Living Magazine)


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