No time to bake? No biggie! Grab a dozen glazed donuts from the nearest shop and get decorating. These monster-dipped treats are the ultimate Halloween dessert and only you'll know just how easy they are.
Need a quick Halloween treat? Gift a cheeky bottle of wine decked with a free printable label. After all, we're only here for the boos.
Grab your hot-glue gun! This easy Halloween wreath is ready in just minutes. To create, glue plastic spiders to a white foam wreath form and hang with a bright ribbon.
Everyone's favorite cookie is dressed for your next Halloween party! Dip chocolate sandwich cookies in colored candy melt and add spooky embellishments. Dessert's done.
It wouldn't be a Halloween party without punch! Skip the ice cubes and freeze up a batch of spooky ghosts. It's as easy as spreading homemade whipped cream in molds. Pop them out of the freezer and you're ready to go.
This Halloween hack starts in your backyard. Spooky Halloween decor doesn't have to be scary expensive. To make this wreath, gather some sticks, glue to a cardboard circle, and embellish with faux webs and spiders.
Need a kid-friendly Halloween party favor? Package up some purchased snacks and finish with a fun printable label. Kids will love them and you'll love how easy they were to make.
Pumpkin carving should be fun and easy! This pumpkin carving hack is as easy as grabbing cookie cutters from the kitchen.
Halloween party food doesn't have to be frighteningly complicated. These three-ingredient mummy dogs are ready in just 20 minutes. That's a wrap.
This bag of bones is as easy as tossing white chocolate pretzels and marshmallows in a bag. Use an edible marker to add the smiling skeleton faces. Whip up a big batch and you've got our favorite easy Halloween party snack.
This Halloween food hack is as easy as hitting print. Purchased treats become party-ready when packed up in bags and finished with our printable label.
Don't stash all that candy in your trick-or-treat bag! Decorate your Halloween pumpkin with brightly colored sweets. It's as easy as getting out your hot-glue gun.
Don't head to the store for a quick Halloween costume. This fun DIY couple's costume idea starts with solid-color attire. Simply add a felt letter for salt and pepper. Top with a chef's hat and you're ready to go.
An oversize cardboard star is the key to this quick kid's costume. Add a coat of glitter and some twinkle lights and your little one will be ready for the Halloween festivities.
Keep the kids entertained with this easy Halloween party game hack. It all starts with a bag of candy corn and a glass bowl. Have guests guess how many pieces are in the bowl and award the winner with the candy!
Here's a fun Halloween hack! Paint a bucket orange and adorn it with a jack-o'-lantern face cut from black electrical tape. During the Halloween party, let the kids try tossing a ball into the bucket.
Instead of carving your pumpkin, give it a coat of black chalkboard paint. Let it dry and it's done! Decorate and redecorate it all Halloween night long.
You won't believe what gives these Halloween luminaries their eerie glow: masking tape! Print our free pattern and get sticking.
Create a cluster of spooky bat decals minutes before party time. This Halloween decorating hack starts with our free printable stencils.
Have a roll of black tape? Your Halloween party decorating is done! Simply stick it your front door or window for an eerie display that's ready in minutes.
This jack-o'-lantern adds a spooky touch to your Halloween cocktail. Get the look by carving a face into a halved clementine. Finish with a wooden skewer through the top.
This Halloween craft for kids is the cutest thing we've ever seen! A painted paper bowl creates the base for this fun pumpkin hat. Finish with a cardboard stem and chenille stem vines.
This delicious Halloween dessert is all about pumpkin pie. Blend up a slice in your favorite vanilla milkshake and you've got an easy party dessert in no time.
Halloween decor doesn't have to be gruesome! This adorable monster wreath is ready in minutes thanks to a pile of handmade yarn pom-poms and purchased eyes.