Halloween Drinks For Adults


Who says Halloween is just for kids? We’ve gathered a variety of fun, colorful and delicious Halloween drinks for adults to help you live it up with all of your best guy and “ghoul-friends”! Just click on the links below to find directions for making each of these great Halloween drinks. Have fun!

1. Melon-Eye Tini

2. Goblin Screwdrivers

3. Test Tube Shooters

4.  Gremlin  Punch

** The test tube shooters and melon punch can be made for either kids or adults, so everyone can join in the fun! Happy Halloween!

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Get Boo-zed on Halloween

get boo-zed this HalloweenIn my neck of the woods, the adults seem to enjoy Halloween as much as the kids, so why should the kids have all the fun? This year we are starting the tradition of “boo-zing” our favorite friends and neighbors. What does it mean to get boo-zed on Halloween? Well, have you ever seen a ghostie sign mysteriously hanging in your neighbor’s window? Chances are they have kids who’ve been “boo-ed” by a friend secretly leaving a bag of candy and treats by the front door. Ever secretly wished that you could have your own secret boo-er? Here is the tradition you have been waiting for – with a slight improvement! This Halloween why not start the tradition of “boo-zing” your grown up friends by secretly leaving a bottle of wine on their front porch. Because really, who wouldn’t love that?!

We’ve created free “We’ve Been Boo-zed” printables for you, plus directions for boo-zing your friends. Have fun!

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To start your own boo-zing fun, click on each of the images below to go to a page with a printable image. Print off two copies of each of the following free Get Boo-zed printables. You might want to print the first card with the poem on nicer paper or cardstock as this is the one that will get attached to your gift of wine.

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The next printable is the sign that gets displayed on your neighbor’s front door or window so that they don’t get re-boo-zed!

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Finally, the third printable gives all the instructions of what to do to keep the boo-zing tradition going strong all through October.

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So there you go, a fun solution to make Halloween fun for the adults as well as the kids! Happy haunting!

For more ways to make this Halloween your best ever, visit our Creative-Party-Themes homepage, where you’ll find links to lots of great Halloween party themes and ideas!

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Party of the Week: Homecoming Party Ideas

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Homecoming printable

Click on the image to download and print this Homecoming subway art poster we created just for you!

At high schools and colleges all over the country, this is the time to celebrate homecoming. Whether you are a current student celebrating with friends, or a graduate returning to reminisce about the glory days, click on this homecoming party ideas link to visit our party website and find  lots of ideas to help make your celebration more special.

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Get Decked Out For the Big Game

Are you going to watch a homecoming football game? here are some fun spirit wear items we found at Shindigz.com that you can order in your own team colors to get you and your friends ready to cheer on the home team!

Green Let's Go Waterless Tattoos
Temporary Tattoos
Face Paint Sticks
Face Paint Sticks
Blue & Gold Super Fan-atic Spirit Set
Spirit Set
Gold Football Beaded Necklace
Football Rally Beads
Spirit Up Columbia Blue Foam Fingers
Foam Spirit Hands
Red Inflatable Spirit Sticks
Spirit Sticks

Have Fun Before and After the Homecoming Dance

Be sure to hop over to our Homecoming pre-party and after party ideas page for lots of ideas for making the big dance special.

A few ideas you might consider include:


  • Inviting the girls for snacks and a pre-dance makeup and hair prepping party
  • Hosting couples for a pre-dance dinner
  • Setting up a photo shoot area to capture everyone looking their best
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Make the most of a beautiful fall day by taking homecoming pictures outdoors, or if it’s raining, set up a photo area inside.

AFTER — Invite friends back for…

  • Popcorn and movies
  • Roasting marshmallows in the backyard
  • After dance pizza
  • Game night
  • A sleepover

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25 Ways to Celebrate Fall!

Celebrate Fall!

25 ways to celebrate fall

Today is the first day of fall! How will you celebrate the changing of the seasons? Here is a list of our top 25 ways to celebrate fall. Hope you find some inspiration to make the most of this beautiful season!

  1. Collect and press some colorful fall leavescelebrate fall with a visit to a pumpkin patch
  2. Visit a pumpkin patch
  3. Plant some bulbs in the garden
  4. Drink some apple cider
  5. Watch a football game
  6. Make a pinecone bird feeder
  7. Decorate your home for fall
  8. Collect outgrown coats and sweaters and donate them to a local shelter
  9. Go on a hay ride
  10. Have some s’mores and hot cocoacelebrate fall with a marshmallow roast
  11. Take a drive to check out the fall foliage
  12. Bob for apples
  13. Go on a nature walk and take lots of pictures
  14. Go apple picking
  15. Bake a pie
  16. Visit a farmers’ market
  17. Plant some mums
  18. Have an Oktoberfest party
  19. Carve pumpkins
  20. Visit a corn maze
  21. Try a new soup recipe using fall foods such as pumpkin, parsnip, or butternut squash
  22. Enjoy the new TV premieres
  23. Make applesauce
  24. Invite over some friends for a wine tasting party
  25. Rake a big pile of leaves and then jump in!