I drew Jack's Formula on a chalkboard painted wall. LOVE!
Simple construction paper bat silhouettes flying across the wall made for an awesome entryway.
A little cheesecloth and white glue made for some super cute ghost lampshades on the chandelier.
Faith makes some of the COOLEST wreaths and this year's spider and creepy cloth creation was one of the best, yet!
I know that I made these for last year's party; but, I just couldn't pass up another opportunity to make Jack Skellington cupcakes!
Since the party is for the kids (well, at least that is what we tell ourselves :)), the goodies were also an important element. By stacking books to create levels, it was easy to find your very own personalized trick or treat buckets full of Halloween treats.
We didn't stop with just indoor decor... Faith's hubby took it to another level by creating the mountain, moon, and a 7 foot tall Jack Skellington! We used these as the backdrop for photos of everyone in costume.
I think Mr Oogie Boogie and his wheel were my favorite elements. So cool!
And eventough this wasn't meant to be a Face Painting event, I saw that pregnant belly and couldn't help myself. Thanks, Amy for playing along!