FABULOUS FIVE_ Halloween products to make your table a success

Take a look at the top five products that can make your table as spooky as can be:

 

December 05, 2016 by Helen Martelli
Tags: Halloween

Halloween deco

Hey, 

here is a quick and easy decoration I've made for Halloween! 

I've used: 

4 pumpkins ; some spider web (here) ; a little skeleton head ; 1 food jar (from ikea) ; 1 old pharmacy jar ; 1 glass cloche for scented candle ; 2 giant spiders, giant spiders (bought a long time ago in a toy store); and a black curtain as a table cloth. 

For the brain jar, I've used a food jar and a plastic brain. With the water, the brain looks bigger! And to give the formol look, I added a little bit of white sirup (here anis). 

I used patafix to fix the big spider coming down the wall. 

In the old pharmacy jar, I made quickly some rayés with marzipan leftovers (basically a little ball of marzipan in which I've added an edible eye from Wilton. )

 Have fun!

Emily 

 

 

October 31, 2016 by Emily MICHEL-ODIER

Halloween party

These are the pics of my halloween party from last year! It was, easy and fun, and the kids loved it!

Hope you will find some inspirations!!

Enjoy, 
Emily

The Menu:
- As a beverage, Fresh blood with ice ( red sirup and frozen ants in ice cube)
- Giant's fingers (white sausages + almond) on Deer heart ( beetroot)
- Old marshmallows (green and brown food coloring in a plastic bag and marshmallows, shake to obtain the color you want)


  

 For the decoration of the table, I used:

- Jars and vases,
- Candles
- A black curtain from IKEA as a tablecloth
- Some spider web (here)
- A mix between my dishes and some disposable (plates, napkins, plastic spiders and straws)

Centerpiece:
Just buy some ugly candies such as snake, eyes etc... and put them in a jar with red sirup...
I also fullfilled a jar with red berries and added some white little pumpkins!

 

October 19, 2016 by Emily MICHEL-ODIER

Halloween - pumpkin cupcakes

    

 

At Partylicious, we think that every occasion is an occasion to celebrate and be creative! 


So we created a halloween corner in our boutique. You will find plates, cups, decorations to create a spooky setting! 

We've also just launched our new party printable range: pay once and print as many times as you'd like*! Starting with a modern and simple halloween invite.

 

Here is one of our favorite recipes for halloween:  Pumpkin Cupcakes.

Pumpkin Cupcakes**

INGREDIENTS for 20 cupcakes:

For the cupcake

250g all-purpose flour
5g baking soda
5g baking powder
5g coarse salt
2.5g ground cinnamon
2.3g ground ginger
0.6g freshly grated nutmeg
15ml teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
200g packed light-brown sugar
200g granulated sugar
225 unsalted butter, melted and cooled
4 large eggs, lightly beaten
425g pumpkin puree

For the Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting

2x 227g package cream cheese, softened
113g butter, softened
453g confectioners’ sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
2 teaspoons vanilla extract

DIRECTIONS:

For the Pumpkin Cake

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line cupcake pans with paper liners; set aside. In a medium bowl, whisk together flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and pumpkin pie spice; set aside.

2. In a large bowl, whisk together, brown sugar, granulated sugar, butter, and eggs. Add dry ingredients, and whisk until smooth. Whisk in pumpkin puree.

3. Divide batter evenly among liners, filling each about halfway. Bake until tops spring back when touched, and a cake tester inserted in the center comes out clean, 20 to 25 minutes, rotating pans once if needed. Transfer to a wire rack; let cool completely.

For the Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting

1. Using a mixer, blend the butter and cream cheese together until well combined.

2. Gradually add in the confectioners’ sugar until fully incorporated.

3. Finally mix in vanilla and cinnamon.

 

*For personal use only, no commercial. Partylicious created this design and retains all rights.  

** source: http://www.mybakingaddiction.com 

October 20, 2014 by Emily MICHEL-ODIER

How to make a spider web wreath

So today, you can learn how to make a spider web wreath for halloween. 

First you need a wooden wreath (we bought ours at Depot), some black twine (we found this one at Ikea), a glue gun (found in Jumbo) and some of our paper spiders.

Arrange the twine around the wreath to make it look like a spider web. Be sure to start with a knot so you can hang the wreath on your door once it's done.



Leave a bit a twine at the end and glue a spider (hiding the end of the twine).

Glue one (or as many as you want) spiders on the wreath and you are done!


 

October 15, 2014 by Emily MICHEL-ODIER
Tags: DIY Halloween

Halloween - we are on Pinterest

 

You are looking for some ideas to create a great spooky setting? We can help you with our products in our halloween shop

But did you know we are also on Pinterest? We have a Halloween board and it's full of crazy simple, delicate, complicated, spooky ideas to to do for this special occasion! 

A glitter pumpkin? A spider cake? Craft activities with your kids?

Have a look here!

We wish you a spook day!

 

October 07, 2014 by Emily MICHEL-ODIER
Tags: Halloween