Mickey makes one spooky mummy!
Need a cool and creepy treat to wrap up your Halloween party menu? Here’s one that features a special famous guest mummified in sweet marshmallow strips.
When it comes to Halloween decorations, it doesn’t get much cuter than Mickey’s Pumpkin Patch.
Leave it to Mickey to come up with this ear-resistible Halloween decoration. Made from easy-to-mix salt dough, these colorful miniature pumpkins create a colorful windowsill or tabletop display. One batch yields 4 or 5 pumpkins. Double or triple the recipe, and you can make enough to hide around the house for a Halloween party scavenger hunt.
Hold on to your heads! This is one Haunted Mansion ghost that you don’t need to ride a doom buggy to visit.
Popping up from his underground cupcake lair, this bug-eating Halloween Town villain tastes way sweeter than he looks.
Being the patron saint of Christmas is no small order. Just ask a certain Pumpkin King (aka Sandy Claws) who once tried the jolly old elf’s hat on for size. While Jack is now apt to leave official holiday business to the real Santa, he’s still game to take part in a cookie swap or two.
Fashioned from a plastic gallon jug and a paper mask, this spooky figure makes a great greeter for costume party guests or trick-or-treaters.
There’s no holiday more likely to put a witch in good spirits than Halloween. And there’s no hag more suited than Ursula — with her purple face, flyaway hair, and sinister grin — to lend a haunting appearance to your family’s digs. Fashioned from a plastic gallon jug and a paper mask, this spooky figure makes a great greeter for costume party guests or trick-or-treaters.
These cupcakes look just like Jack Skellington’s removable head — truly “nightmarish” indeed!
Much as he wanted it to be, Christmas did not turn out to be Jack Skellington’s forté. Still, with a bow tie that resembles a bat and a pet dog whose nose looks like a glowing Jack-o’-lantern, Jack remains king of Halloween. After all, who else do you know that can remove his own head and put it back on again none the worse for wear? Inspired by this remarkable trick, these cupcakes make a sweet, if nightmarish, Halloween treat.
Sweet, loyal, and charmingly eccentric. That’s Goofy. Until Halloween, that is, when he tosses the green fedora and dons a new look that’s Franken-ly frightful.
The Oogie Boogie Monster is here to make all your creepy dreams come true.
Looking a bit like a lime green potato sack and hailing from Halloween Town, Oogie Boogie has an insatiable appetite for bugs. Luckily for him, his three trick-or-treater henchmen, Lock, Shock, and Barrel, feed him a steady supply via a metal chute extending from their clubhouse to his underground lair. Made in his likeness, this bright green felt monster is great for storing your child’s toy insects, spiders, and the like.
The Spooky Skellington Lampshade makes a wonderful focal point for any Halloween-themed room.
No one casts Halloween in the same light as the “pumpkin king with a skeleton grin.” This decoupage holiday lampshade depicts the skeletal master of fright lamenting his fate in the glow of the full moon.