Pinterest: Halloween activities you will love

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September was over in a flash. Back to school, harvest festivals and the Indian Summer have now gone and we are on to the next celebration – Halloween. This event is up there with the likes of Christmas and Easter. For many weeks Halloween costumes have been in the shops, I have mine already for my girls. All I need to buy is some healthy snacks for trick or treating. 

On the Pinterest Round-up this month I’m sharing with you fun Halloween activities you will love. From cooking activities, Halloween books, games and crafts. Great for half term and for rainy days. We are in October now so expect a fair few rainy days! If you are on a budget this Halloween, with the lead up to Christmas most of us are, then check out Adventures in Websterland’s tips on celebrating Halloween on a budget.

Halloween Food

Starting off with the Halloween food you can make with the kids, we have Danielle from Someone’s Mum sharing her really easy Spooky Halloween Cookies. Her pin is bold, bright, full of Halloween colours and shows the cookies finished. Next up is Ali from We Made This Life. Ali shares with us her Chocolate Graveyard Cake, you will have to pop over and check out her pin as the cake looks spooktacular! Over on Pondering Parenthood Jules shares with us her Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie. Her pin is beautifully simple. If you have dairy free little ones, Emma over at Ready Freddie Go has these Halloween treats you can make. Emma’s pin shows visually kid friendly dairy free treats. Last up Kayleigh from Candyfloss & Dreams has the ultimate recipe for a delicious Halloween hot chocolate and milkshake.

Halloween Crafts & Activities

Carving pumpkins, as shown here by Suburban Mum at Halloween is probably the most popular activity, but there are ever-increasing crafting opportunities, around on Pinterest. Kate over at Crafts on Sea shows us how make a Paper Bowl Mummy, and Halloween Suncatchers  her pins are fun and show you what you can make. Louise over at Messy Little Monster has the most fun experiment you can try with preschoolers. It’s making your own Magic Potion, great for learning Science with of course excitement and fun thrown in. Kerry from Blissful Domestication has made these cute bats from the cardboard toilet rolls! Her pin is dark scary and great for Halloween. If you love to make garlands, Jo over at A Rose Tinted World has this beautiful Pumpkin Garland as shown on her pin. Her use of Orange and a spooky font makes this pin my favourite Halloween pin.


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About Rachel Bustin

Rachel is a hardworking mum of two girls 3 and 1 years old. Residing in picturesque Cornwall with her very tall husband Dave, they love nothing better than spending time together as a family. She blogs over at Rachel Bustin sharing family life as well as tips on money-saving and gardening. Rachel is a bookworm, a chocoholic, a comper and knows a lot about cheese! You can say hi over on Twitter and Instagram @RachelBustin