There are just a couple more days left until Halloween, but there is still time to have fun at home with the children…or on your own if you’re kids are a little bit older!
The pack is designed to give you some Halloween inspiration with crafts, games, recipes and most importantly, fun! You can head over to the Flora UK website to download the pack and what I love about it, is that you’re bound to have many of the things you need at home already.
We were sent a creepy crate filled with goodies to help us with the fun ideas in the booklet. Yesterday we had a go at making the wriggly jelly worms, but all we did was make a mess! So this morning, we’ve made some changes and the jelly worms are now setting in the fridge – lets hope they turn out all wriggly like they’re supposed to!
One of the ideas in the booklet is Gingerbread Skeletons. I made some Gingerbread Fiends last year, although I cheated and bought ready made gingerbread men *shifty eyes*. Sephy loves to roll out and cut play dough, so I think I’m going to go and mix up a batch of gingerbread from the funpack and she can help out. We’ll also play the Eye and Spoon Race too – she loved a similar game at Easter, so I’m sure we’ll have lots of fun!
Another really easy recipe in the booklet is Creepy Crispy Treats. Hands up if you made rice krispies cakes as a kid? *puts up hand* I made some Candy Corn Rice Krispie Treats last year as well, but never thought to turn the squares into little monsters!
There’s a recipe for Spooky Skeleton Cake Pops with a fun way of displaying them – poking them into a pumpkin! Which I didn’t do when I made them – I’m saving my pumpkin for carving out!
I could go on about the pack, but I’m going to leave it to you to go and download and have fun with!