Get Ready To Have A Boo-Tastic Good Time!
I have to say that I love all of the holidays, but if there’s one holiday that my kids look forward to – it’s the one where they get to load up on all the candy they can eat. Yep, Halloween is definitely one of my kids favorite holidays. It’s a time to dress up in costumes, break out the Halloween movies for a movie marathon and pig out on candy. Of course, everything is good in moderation. If you and your family are looking to spook things up in your home or even for a classroom Halloween party, then check out some of these Juicy Juice crafts and recipes like this Juicy Juice Shadow Box ghost! This is a sponsored post, all opinions are our own.
Spooky Fun Juicy Juice Activities
Spooky Juicy Juice Shadow Box
Want to add some atmosphere to your Halloween stories? With the Juicy Juice Halloween Box Lights, you can turn your wall into a haunting display. All you need are some Juicy Juice juice boxes, a pair of scissors, and the Juicy Juice template!
Juice Box Mummies
Halloween is a great excuse for kids (and parents) to get a little silly! Get in the spirit of the holiday by giving your kids’ favorite juice boxes a spooky makeover.
A festive and fun indoor ghost decoration for any Halloween party!
Spooky Juicy Juice Ghosts
Make things even spookier around the house this Halloween by creating these ghosts from empty juice boxes and just a few materials!
Are you ready for a spooky Halloween? If you’re not, that’s okay because the Juicy Juice Vampire Bats will help you prepare for a fun and hopefully haunt free night! All you need are some everyday craft supplies and you’ll be ready to go!
My youngest daughter and I decided to surprise the big kids after school with a Juicy Juice Halloween craft. They’re going to love it. We simply used materials we already had at home, some glue and some scissors and we got to crafting a mummy, count Dracula and black cat. They’re the perfect afternoon snack!
Juicy Juice Family Time expert and author of “Well Played: The Ultimate Guide to Awakening Your Family’s Playful Spirit”, Meredith Sinclair has a few Halloween tips for fun party and craft inspiration.
Neighborhood Not-So-Scary Soirée:
A great way to bring the neighborhood together on the season’s most frightening night is to throw a simple pre- trick-or-treating potluck and play! Before the youngins make the rounds door to door and the candy bowls are all empty, gather a batch of friends and neighbors together for some multi-family fun. Whip up some chili or soup as the main dish and have everyone contribute something, so it’s easy for all. Show a not-so-scary Halloween film and let the kids enjoy a few games like “pin the fangs on the vampire bat,” or some old school Ghost in the Graveyard before you head out. After all, Halloween is the perfect night to get to know some of your BOO-ti-ful neighbors.
DIY Monster Mash-up:
For a fun and crafty DIY, use your empty Juicy Juice boxes to create a monster mash-up! Clean your empty juice boxes thoroughly and using colored craft foam, googly eyes, pipe cleaners, markers, and a glue stick, make some monsterpieces of your own. Use them as a spooktacular display or insert and tape a popsicle stick to the bottom to make them into playfully petrifying puppets.
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