October Inspirations 201512:00 AM
Hey! Thanks for joining me for another monthly inspiration round up from my favorite magazines! This month's features come from BHG, Family Circle, Family Fun and Parent's magazine. There's a little bit of spooky stuff for everyone!
This scary set of bird houses looks like an old abandoned town. The grey and black colors look great among the pumpkins and orange table.
This outdoor sitting area is perfect for the cooler months to enjoy the weather and stay cozy warm at the same time.
Looking for a charming way to decorate festive cookies? These pretty autumn inspired pumpkin sugar cookies are too cute to eat, but I bet they taste delicious!
This looks like a fun tablescape for a party or an outdoor setting such as a porch to welcome trick-or-treaters. Those black cat pumpkins are the best!
I love everything pictured below. The pom pom wreath is creative and fun. The DIY pumpkins on the table below it look like they are super easy to make and can be done using Halloween themed scrapbook paper or cardstock. Those pillows are great, too!
I love arts and crafts and they are even better when you get to share the fun with kids! These crafts below are simple to do and kids will enjoy getting into the Halloween spirit!
This recipe looks so delicious! I've had tacos in many different ways but serving it in a pie crust is something I really must try! It's a great twist on a family food favorite and is so easy it can be done during the week!
For those of us who love smoothies, these smoothie bowls are a great idea for breakfast. They're healthy and are made with simple ingredients.
Instead of having a ton of candy at your Halloween party, try a watermelon frankenstein! It's healthy and kids will love how fun it is to eat!
This is yet another awesome cookie decorating idea. With simple ingredients and some frosting, you can have your own adorable owl cookies of your own. You'll simply need some cookies (these are peanut butter, but you could easily use sugar cookies.), vanilla waffer cookies, chocolate chips, almonds for the nose and chocolate frosting piped onto the sides for the wings.
Looking for more great party finger foods or something scary good for your kid's lunch? These ideas are great!
This green witches' brew is a great, healthy drink to serve that the kids will love and you will know it's good for them. What does it take to make? Honeydew melon, decaffeinated green tea and honey! Easy peasy!
Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you have an awesome October and a frightfully wonderful Halloween!
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