When you think of Halloween, you probably think of costumes and treats. I know I do. One of the fun things about this time of year is that there are so many options when making a Halloween treat – pumpkins, spiders, ghosts, bats – the creativity you see online is amazing! I really like the monster-themed treat ideas.
Jolie plays the evil Maleficent against the pure, Ella Fanning as Sleeping Beauty. These costumes mimic the tone of the film and are favorites for the 2015 Halloween season.
The Addams family was classic 60’s TV fare. The eccentric family headed by Gomez who was madly in love with his wife Morticia. They lived with their children, Puglsey and Wednesday Friday, plus Uncle Fester, Grandma Addams, Cousin Itt, Lurch, and Thing T Thing in a house that was more campy than creepy. These characters are so well loved that they’ve been brought back in remakes, though none are as fabulous as the original.
My son wanted a pinata for his LEGO birthday party, but our party store didn’t have any pinatas that would work. So I created my own LEGO brick pinata at home! Keep reading for the instructions — it was a lot easier than I thought it would be!
My five-year-old wanted a LEGO birthday party, so we threw him a great one without spending a ton of money. My son invited five fellow LEGO-loving friends that I’d need to keep occupied during the 2-hour party.
My son just turned 5, and we didn’t even have a discussion when it came to choosing his party theme — of COURSE he would want a LEGO® party. The kid is obsessed with those little bricks and most of his friends are too, so it was a perfect fit.