to some ghostly goodies. Dress up your cordials with candy corn, or sugar the rim black and add gummy spiders. Create colorful and to-die for treats for the tummy. Last year I made RIP brownies (aka dirt) by cutting Milano cookies in half, writing RIP in black frosting and making grass with green frosting. And because most treats need a clean up, I love this easy candy corn napkin treatment for a formal table or there are plenty of great, cooky cocktails napkins available in the stores or online, last year we purchased this fabulous Don’t drink & fly set. You can serve up more spookiness with a Monster bar, including easy to adhere danger labels and festive coasters. To top it all off a glitter chandelier adds just the right amount of sparkle. Happy haunting to all hosts!
1. Dark & stormy, Food Network magazine Oct. pg 129, 2. Candy Corn Cordials, Food Network magazine Oct. pg 130, 3. RIP brownies, 4. Halloween Cupcakes, Bon Appetit Oct. pg 51, 5. Treat Table, Halloweenapoolza 08, 6. Candy Corn Napkin treatment, Food Network magazine Oct. pg 132, 7. Don’t drink & fly cocktail napkins,16 for $3.15, partyandpaperwarehouse.com, 8. Bring your own boos cocktail napkins, 36 for $5.99, shindigz.com, 9. Monster Bar, hostesswiththemostess.com, 10. Adhesive Bottle Labels: Witchs Brew, Pirate Poison, Ravens Blood, & Midnight Mead $5.25, Midnitemuse Etsy.com, 11. Letterpress Halloween Coasters, 20 for $7.50, vermilionstarpress etsy.com 12. Glittered Chandelier Kit, $29.99, Martha Stewart Crafts