This Mummy craft is a sponsored post on behalf of Juicy Juice.
Fall is our favorite season for so many reasons – cooler temps,
sweaters, pumpkin picking and apple pies. But the best reason is
We try to capture this festive season with fun decorations and
carved pumpkins. My daughter loves DIY costumes.
It’s disappointing that things will look different this year without trick or treaters, but that doesn’t mean families can’t get their scare on.
Juicy Juice asked us what our at-home plans are this
Halloween season. We’ll be crafting, watching scary movies, lighting
our jack-o-lanterns and baking!! Here are some ways you can celebrate
this spooky season.
1. Crafting! I made Mummy Juicy Juice boxes. Super cute and
super simple to make. You only need a few materials. White duck or
masking tape, a marker, googly eyes and juicy juice boxes!
First, remove the straw and place aside. Wrap the juice box with the
tape. I broke off pieces of tape and wrapped the box. I didn’t wrap
the straw hole to avoid anything touching the area. The googly eyes I
used are self adhesive (use a dab of glue for non-adhesive eyes). Then
I drew my mummy a mouth using a Sharpie. Lastly, I taped the straw with a
piece of tape to the side of the box. Viola! Mummy Juicy Box. Serve
them to your kids with their snacks!
Pair up your Mummy juice box with Vampire Bat boxes!
2. Watch scary movies with your teens, or a not-so-scary movie with the
littles. Make popcorn, break out the candy or make candy apples to
enjoy on your movie night. We try to add new titles to our Halloween
catalog, but we traditionally watch It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie
3. Bake – Make cupcakes, boo bark, brownies – or an apple pie with
all of the apples you have left over from apple picking!
4. Pumpkin carving – we usually leave our pumpkin carving until the
weekend of Halloween. Every year we try to top the previous year’s designs.
We like all mediums and methods – stencils, carving and drawing. Then we display them around our place!
5. Plan a Halloween scavenger candy hunt in your backyard, or throughout
your house. Print a list of items to find, and make sure to have a bucket of candy ready at each stop! Race to see which family member can cross everything off the list.
6. Dress up as a family! Hold a halloween costume contest in your
living room. Make photo props and strike your spookiest poses!
Halloween will be memorable because of the pandemic but with a little
bit of planning and imagination, you can pull off a successful
Halloween at-home party.