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simple Halloween ideas

Thursday, 18 October 2012 by Irene Hoofs


{1. treat bags 2. dessert table 3. Bat toppers 4. sweet paul costumes 5. Boo-tiful cake 6. Ghost cookies}

I never celebrated Halloween as a kid, mostly because it was not so common here in KL. I would have loved it though ... especially the dressing up part. I must say nowadays we see more and more Halloween decoration in the shops. Would love to try out some of the above ideas for my nephew and niece. Not so much of the orange and brown this time, but we’ll still keep it spooky. I’m thinking of a ‘Spooky Masquerade Party’ ...

Keeping it simple with a 'take home party pack' for the kids with Halloween quotes “Open if you dare!”  And how nice are those skull candies? I bet those spooky white chocolate dipped cookies are not so difficult to make. I hope we have given you some perfect last minute party ideas.... sasy, fast and yummy!~Sufiya


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I think that one of the common problem of all working mom is how to celebrate Halloween with their kids if they don't have enough time. This post gives us ideas on that we can celebrate this even on a simple way. All we need to do is to use our creativity.

What cute ideas! I think those ghost cookies will be fairly simple to make for my son to bring into school.


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