I set up two crafts: making hand spiders (modified from Tutus and Tea Parties) and decorating treat bags.
There were two games: a handmade fishing game and a ball toss I got from the thrift store. The kids won prizes, which I had gotten on clearance and from Freecycle. I also painted the kids' faces and made them balloon animals before they left, the most popular activity.
All the kids dressed up, and some of the parents did too.
|Justin's a golfer--basically, himself.|
|The friend who lent me her home.|
For the food, we made carrot fingers, ants on a log, black licorice 7-Up, goblin sloppy joes, mummy hot dogs (from Creative Juice), and worms and dirt in a cup.