Pinterest

Explore Halloween Buckets, Halloween Spider and more!

Halloween Bucket - Toddler Treat Bag - Fabric Bucket - Candy Bucket - Halloween…

Halloween Bucket - Toddler Treat Bag - Fabric Bucket - Candy Bucket - Halloween…

Halloween Bucket - Toddler Treat Bag - Fabric Bucket - Candy Bucket - Halloween…

Halloween Bucket - Toddler Treat Bag - Fabric Bucket - Candy Bucket - Halloween…

Halloween Bucket - Toddler Treat Bag - Fabric Bucket - Candy Bucket - Golden…

Halloween Bucket - Toddler Treat Bag - Fabric Bucket - Candy Bucket - Golden…

Halloween Bucket - Toddler Treat Bag - Fabric Bucket - Candy Bucket - Metallic…

Halloween Bucket - Toddler Treat Bag - Fabric Bucket - Candy Bucket - Metallic…

remember for Halloween: "crazy hair" get colored chalk and soak the chalk in water then add it to your hair and its instant color and washable

remember for Halloween: "crazy hair" get colored chalk and soak the chalk in water then add it to your hair and its instant color and washable

Candy corn Halloween topiaries .... could be created easily using Mod Podge and paper mache cones

Mojito Bar | outdoor summer entertaining

Candy corn Halloween topiaries .... could be created easily using Mod Podge and paper mache cones

Body forms for life size props utilize PVC frames and simply add empty 2 liter bottles for leg filler. Incidentally, the necks of the bottles fit 1/2" PVC pipe perfectly.Just use a 7%

Body forms for life size props utilize PVC frames and simply add empty 2 liter bottles for leg filler. Incidentally, the necks of the bottles fit 1/2" PVC pipe perfectly.Just use a 7%

"Name Skeletons"  If I teach 5th grade, I'm doing this!  Look closely:  students folded white paper in half, wrote their names in cursive, and cut out around their names - this formed the body.  They added the head, arms, and legs then mounted their "name skeletons" on black construction paper!

"Name Skeletons" If I teach 5th grade, I'm doing this! Look closely: students folded white paper in half, wrote their names in cursive, and cut out around their names - this formed the body. They added the head, arms, and legs then mounted their "name skeletons" on black construction paper!