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5 Wickedly Fun Halloween Parties

Halloween is almost here and to inspire you, here are five wickedly fun Halloween parties that are not too spooky for the kids and adults.

First, stop by any of our party shops below for decorating your next celebration-

The Party Fetti Shop

Once Upon A Home Designs

Ready Set Craft Kits

Pinwheel Pretties

Sales are running in all the shops right now so be sure to click on over for some great deals!

Now for the five fabulous Halloween parties to inspire you if you are planning a party for the kids or a spooky soiree for the adults.

It’s all about the Boo’s here! Fun ghosts that are not too scary at this bar cart set up.

This set up for Halloween is more on the adult side and features trendy greenery with some classy decor.  It’s simple, yet stunning.

This fun party with a pumpkin painting activity for the kids is perfect for an afternoon of fun for Halloween.

This Halloween tablescape is full of skulls and decor that would be perfect for a Day of The Dead celebration too.  The simple yet stylish marbled background is perfect for showing off all the iridescent and silver foil party tableware.

Gotta love an October birthday!  This celebration is all about the birthday celebration and Halloween is only a backdrop with sweets and cake galore!

Need more Halloween inspiration? See all the Halloween celebrations featured here over the years by clicking – HERE

Thanks for stopping by the Party Fetti blog.

Happy Halloween!


Halloween Decorating Ideas

If you are down to the wire to get your Halloween decorations out or just looking to step it up for your upcoming Halloween party or if you are hosting a costume party – I’ve got six amazing Halloween decorating ideas and Halloween fireplace mantels that will make you want to rearrange your hearth for the coming spooky festivities. I find it crazy that some people don’t have a fireplace! How can people look at and think their house looks better without one? The mind boggles!


The carved flames on these pumpkins are stunning but easy enough to create yourself! The layered spooky framed art over the hearth makes this fireplace mantle fun and whimsical too.

All that glitters is the theme with this Halloween fireplace set up – including the black glitter painted skeleton. It totally works- when the lights go out everything will shimmer in the firelight and light up some candles at night for even more sparkle.

If you are short on Halloween decorations and time, this simple fireplace mantel setup is perfect. Only a few basic decorations adorn this fireplace for black and white elegance.

In case you have not noticed, the Halloween trend this year is pose-able skeletons. The human size skeletons are so versatile and you can really get creative with setting them up in funny scenes. This steampunk themed fireplace features a repetition of over-sized skulls and a unique letter banner hanging from a shower curtain rod.

So there you have it-six creative Halloween decorating ideas to help you get your fireplace ready to greet your guests at your spooky soiree!

If you are still in need of Day of the Dead and Halloween decorations at a great sale price to store until next year, be sure to stop by any of my shops for some last minute Halloween deals –





Click here to visit all my previous – HALLOWEEN THEMED POSTS if you need some additional quick Halloween party table setup ideas, like this one below –

Plus I have a round up and how to for using paper plates for easy party table backgrounds – HERE

Have a safe and fun Halloween!



Halloween Ghost Lollipops

How to Make Halloween Ghost Lollipops – Quick & Easy Tutorial

I am sure you have seen these Halloween ghost lollipops on Pinterest and other websites but I wanted to share my sparkly version and the easy instructions for making these little adorable Halloween lollipop ghost treats!  Let’s get started! Gather your supplies.


  • Scissors
  • Dum Dums suckers (or any brand of round suckers)
  • White Tissue Paper
  • Tulle Fabric (or any white fabric)
  • Baker’s Twine (or thin ribbon)
  • Stickles Glitter Glue (Black Diamond)


Once you have all your supplies, this project only takes about 15 minutes to make 12 or so of these cute ghosts.  I promise, this project goes fast!  Which makes it a great treat if you are under the wire to get some favors or treats made for a Halloween classroom party!

Step 1:  Cut all your fabric and tissue paper into small rectangles, or you can cut them into perfect squares- I preferred mine to be a little uneven so they would look more like ghost sheets. Also, if you don’t have any white fabric or tulle, you can actually use white paper towels to make these as well.  Since I used a sheer sparkly tulle fabric, I wanted to cover the colorful Dum Dum wrappers, so I used two layers of tissue paper wrapped around my suckers first.  Also, cut your ribbon or baker’s twine into about 6 inch long strips.

Step 2:  Hold your sucker upright and lay your piece of cut fabric/tulle on top of the sucker. Once you have wrapped your Dum Dum top, cinch the fabric around the base of the sucker, where it meets the stick and hold firmly and lay your sucker flat and tie up the base with your ribbon or twine and tie tightly with a bow. I used a baker’s twine with a metallic silver ply, for an extra shimmer in the bow- but you can certainly use thin ribbon in any design or solid color.

I tied up all my suckers all at once to make the process go faster, before I started adding the faces.  You can actually give these little ghosts without faces too-

Step 3:  Next, uncap your Stickles glitter and add your two eyes and mouth to the front of each tied up sucker.

TIP:  I created my long faces of my ghosts by adding a large dot and then using the end of my Stickles tip, I pulled the glob of glue downward.  This gives your ghost faces a droopy and ghostlike appearance.

That’s it!  Three steps and you are done.  Let your Halloween ghost favors dry overnight and they are ready to go.  I love this project because there is no baking and no sewing and kids love them too.

These would look great poked into a Styrofoam block and displayed standing up, as cupcake toppers or fill up a Halloween decorated basket with these adorable ghosts.

If you need more Halloween inspiration, click – HERE for all my previous Halloween ideas here on the blog.

Be sure to stop by my Etsy shops to get your last minute Halloween decorations and home decor-







Halloween Decorating With Balloons


Its October . . . and you know what that means?!  My favorite movie month! Yes, I love horror movies and everything scary in film. Maybe it is because it makes feel so alive to scream and jump at the movies! Ha!

The other reason I love October is because of Halloween.

  I want to share some creative ideas for decorating with balloons and the perk is all of these ideas are relatively inexpensive.  Balloons are always cheap and the best decoration for parties.  Balloons add height and balance to party tables but can also be painted, wrote on with Sharpie markers, and creatively arranged at any event.

5 Easy Ways To Spook Up Your Balloons At Your Halloween Party

This is my absolute favorite idea!  A letter banner and balloon combo- and to get your creative play on words in a fun letter banner, click here- Look What You Made Me Boo

If you like the idea of adding a Boo balloon to your banner and wall decor, they can be found the letter balloons here- [easyazon_link identifier=”B071GLBFVW” locale=”US” nw=”y” tag=”ymazonffiliac-20″]Foil Black BOO Halloween Letter Balloon[/easyazon_link]

How about this super easy craft project to turn your balloons into spiders that only require – black balloons and black crepe paper

How easy is this- grab a black Sharpie marker and draw your own adorable cute faces and Jack-O-Lanterns on your balloons!  If you lack artist skill, you can actually buy these with faces already printed on the balloons here – Ghost Balloons & Jack-O-Lantern Balloons

This idea is clever too – add some bat wings to your balloons so they look like they are going to take flight at any moment!  Seems easy enough to make with some scissors and these – bat sticker decals

Or if you don’t have any balloons – these hanging paper lanterns would also work for adding bats!

You can also keep your balloons more basic and ready to inflate with helium with these fun polka dot balloons or clear confetti balloons with Halloween colors of confetti too.  Layering with banners and tissue tassels are an easy way to also create a larger party table backdrop.

Be sure to stop by any of my Etsy shops below for all of this unique Halloween decor-

Once Upon A Home Designs

The Party Fetti Shop

Ready Set Craft Kits

Pinwheel Pretties

Remember to buy SOON if ordering online- the maker (me) needs time to create your handmade Halloween decorations and the postman needs time to deliver- although lots of designs are ready to ship from my shops as well!