I am in love with these monster cakepops from Lizzy Sweets N' Treats. Remember the invitation? Well, I told Liz that I wanted those monsters copied and boy did she deliver!
Monster cookies also from Lizzy Sweets.
Used the Wilton mold and made monster toes....ssssssshhhh the kids didn't know the candy mold is for witches fingers!
Got the monster lollipops from Oriental Trading.
Like my eyeball stand? It's a candy bowl that I found at CVS.
I know blogging 101 never put a bad picture on your blog. But in real life things aren't perfectly staged or executed so I always just go with the flow. This is the only shot I got of the whole dessert table and it's a blurry mess but I hope you get the general idea of actual set up.
This one is a little better. You can see my cool food labels that Carli from Dimpleprints made.
Here is a shot my friend Nancy took...you can tell the table has already been attacked by the little ones. Plus whose phone and plate is on the table??
I made these monsters from items found at Dollar Tree. A glass vase, purple sock, yarn, and dusters with a handle.
Got these cute little monster (pillows) from Hobby Lobby and used for centerpieces.
Madison is scared of this green monster. I have it hidden right now.
It was a pumpkin carving party but this is what my daughter was doing while everyone else was carving and painting pumpkins. So her dad carved and painted the pumpkin solo this year.
Kiddos made monster masks.
Madison and her buddies. She was so happy. I love having a child it makes all the little things and holidays seem more special. Madison's Halloween party at school is today and of course trick or treating! I'm setting up a mini dessert table for her class (you know I wouldn't be me if I didn't) so hopefully I can take better pics of it than I did of my monster table!