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Bite Me Halloween Party


If I am given any excuse to throw a party, I will! This fun cupcake and milk "Bite Me" Halloween Party is perfect for snack day at school, October birthday, or even be the start to a fun Halloween celebration! Keeping the theme light and funny makes it perfect for kids or adults!

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Here's what you need to create this look!



The Heidi Swapp Lightbox is the focal point of this tablescape! With the new Halloween letters and inserts, it was fun to add to add my own caption. You can only find the Halloween inserts in Michaels Stores. They also carry the Lightbox but you can also find a Lighbox online or in independent stores.


These fun clear labels are perfect to add to milk jars for quick and easy drinking glasses. To keep costs down for a large group, you could also use plastic cups, but I think this is fun! I like to keep a class supply on hand to take and use for class parties. They make the kids feel so special!


These stickers come off easily too for a no-mess look. Add a paper straw with We R Memory Keepers Fringe at the top to add a little pop of color! You can find both at Michaels Stores as well.


These cupcake holders are my favorite though! Using Bazzill Basics Paper's Bling collection, I cut this cupcake wrapper design by StudioIlustrado Design ID #49372 with the Silhouette Cameo 3. I decided it would be fun to make those spiders pop a little more, so I cut them again just making them a little larger. Then I used pop-up adhesive to make the smaller one stand off the larger one so it looks like it was hanging off the web.


I knew I wanted a topper on the cupcake, and thought tulle would give the illusion of a web. So I tied a knot on a toothpick and trimmed it with scissors. Then used another pop-up adhesive dot to attach the spider to hide the knot.



Add some pumpkins, confetti, and even some Heidi Swapp Paper Lanterns to complete the look! It's an easy look that's a lot of fun!



You might as well have fun creating memorable moments!


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