I decided to decorate some of the glass jars.
I used some painter's tape and cut out shapes for eyes and a mouth.
Then spray painted the jars....
Orange for the Jack-o-Lantern,
White for the Vampire,
Green for the Frankenstein,
and Frost for the Ghost.
While we let our spray painted creatures dry, we enjoyed some yummy snacks!
Jennie made this yummy cocktail that I
renamed Hair of the Werewolf (Gingered Pear & Brandy Cocktail).
We also enjoyed some Curried Chicken,
and I brought an assortment of Candy Corn treats
Jeannie also had a Halloween Cookie station,
which the kids loved!
What do you think of my Jack-o-Lantern and Ghost?
I got some skills!
After my monster's were dry, I carefully and slowly peeled
off the painter's tape.
My friends getting their craft on!
Elizabeth was working on her Frankensteins
and Carrie was doing her Jack-o-Lantern.
Jennie made some Boo Bottles and a spider web bottle with glow in the dark paint.
I also made a Mummy and stuck in some candy to give to Liam.
Here's how they turned out.
I can't wait to put a tea light candy in the jar and see them lit up!
It was another Bat-Tastic Crafternoon!
Looking forward to next months!