Weekday holidays are less than ideal, especially when they fall on a Monday, but we're determined to have a very Happy Halloween this year. In case you spent the weekend sipping cider and putting the final touches on your kids' costumes, here are five easy ways to make your Halloween a little bit spooky:
Finally, the day has come that you can copy James Charles' Snapchat filter makeup tutorial and walk around with the most beautiful constellation makeup on all day.
This particular DIY is attached to a cocktail recipe, but you could make these creepy cubes while the kids are at school and serve them in a non-alcoholic beverage just as easily. Just remember to use food-safe spray if you decide to sparkle your spiders.
Speaking of spiders, this snack is easy to make and goes from prep to plate in under 20 minutes. For something healthier, these clementine jack-o-lanterns are always a hit.
This game is adorable, and bewitching. It's really simple, super addictive, and a very sweet Halloween surprise from Google.
5. A Doable DIY (or two): Gauze Ghosts & Glowing BroomsticksThrow on your favorite Halloween flick (Hocus Pocus, anyone?), get out your craft supplies, and make a few easy things. The ghosts would be cute lined up in your window, while Glowing Broomsticks are a fun surprise for trick-or-treaters.
Have a monster of a Monday!