Tuesday, October 24, 2017 / by Brian Ness
If you're in the middle of a move you probably don't have a lot of time to spend on an elaborate Halloween costume. Don't let that stop you from celebrating in style. Take advantage of something you probably have a lot of – moving boxes! Here are suggestions for last minute-costumes ideas using boxes.
Some red, white and blue paint and you're set to celebrate Halloween – and democracy. Add an Uncle Sam stars-and-stripes top hat and you're good to go.
2. A perfect pair
Black and white construction paper or paint can turn a couple of boxes into a pair of die, ideal for couples or siblings heading out for Halloween.
3. Get corny
Decorate a box as an old-sc ...
Monday, October 23, 2017 / by Brian Ness
Perhaps you're not feeling candy this year. Maybe you've experienced the wrath of an over-sugared six-year-old (or their parents). Maybe you can't trust yourself to sit for hours by the front door with a massive quantity of chocolate without eating most of it yourself. Or maybe you're a dentist. Don't worry, there are plenty of things you can give trick-or-treaters instead of the sweet stuff. Here are a few Halloween candy alternatives.
1. Glow sticks
Could there be a more perfect accessory for Halloween? Kids can light them up with a snap and wear them as bracelets, necklaces and crowns. Bonus: they make it easier for parents to keep their eyes on their kiddos.
Choose from the assortment of ghosts, witches and pumpkins available in stores in October or go with stickers with year- ...