Next to Christmas, Halloween was my favorite holiday when I was a kid. Though my days of dressing up as Piglet and Minnie Mouse are long gone, Halloween is still celebrated in my home.

Here are a few EASY treats and tricks to help you have fun this Halloween season. Click the title links for instructions.

Cagey Ghost

Turn unused tomato cages into friendly or spooky ghosts. I made this project last night. It’s super easy and a lot of fun to make.

Note: If you intend to place your ghosts outside, consider using a plastic shower curtain ($2 at Walmart) instead of a white bed sheet. The plastic cover will protect your little friends if it rains.

Pumpkin Fashions

17 spooktacularly sensational ideas for turning your so-so pumpkin into a jack-o-lantern with pizzazz!

Last Minute Budget Friendly Costumes

It’s not too late to deck out your little (and not so little) ones with creative and easy-to-make customs.

Healthy Halloween Snacks

Halloween isn’t just about the candy. Here are 15 fun, hearty and healthy snacks.

Pumpkin Hair Bows

These adorable pumpkin clips are perfect Halloween accessories for your little one’s hair. This trio was handcrafted by Paige’s Pretty Bowtique.

Free Screen “Scream” Saver

Enter this spooky 3D graveyard if you dare. Brave the stormy night as the living dead, bats, assorted ghouls and howling sounds materialize.

Happy Halloween!

*Sources: Family Fun, Screen Saver and Etsy

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