Archive for the 'Holiday Crafts' Category

(October 28) Today we’re celebrating . . .  Frankenstein Friday

Friday, October 28th, 2011

Frankenstein
Frankenstein Friday
Honoring the “mother” and “father” of Frankenstein, Mary Shelly and Boris Karloff.

(For this and other Halloween coloring pictures visit our Halloween celebration – Halloween on the Net)

Holiday Invite: Halloween on the Net

Sunday, October 31st, 2010

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Happy Halloween!

The year’s most ghoulish holiday is upon us and Holidays on the Net is delighted to invite you to join our celebration of Halloween.

Come read the story of Halloween. Discover its roots in the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain and its connection to the Mexican holiday of Los Dias De Los Muertos. Then click over to discover the origins of Halloween traditions like pumpkin carving, witches, black cats, and trick-or-treating.

Speaking of trick-or-treating, what are your favorite Halloween candies? While many are partial to the perennial candy corn, you might want to branch out with this list of the top fifteen best Halloween candy treats. For more fun Halloween factoids, be sure to check out our Did You Know? article.

Want more ideas for celebrating Halloween? How about planning a terrifying night of Halloween fun at one of America’s Top Thirteen Haunted Houses. Or organizing a spooktacular Halloween kids’ party. We’ve got a recipe box full of Halloween treats to serve at any All Hallow’s Eve gathering.

Your littlest ones are sure to enjoy our Halloween crafts, Halloween coloring pages and DIY costume ideas. And don’t forget to share the jack-o-lantern love by sending out one of our free Halloween e-cards.

This year Halloween will celebrated on Sunday October 31st. We look forward to seeing you at our Halloween celebration!

Happy Halloween,

Louie and the Holiday Elves

Last Minute Halloween?

Monday, October 25th, 2010

With less than a week to go till Halloween – are you still searching for that special last minute recipe for your Halloween party? Looking for some holiday coloring pictures to keep the kids quiet for just a couple of more days? Well have we got good news for you!

Stop by our holiday recipe site – Holiday Eats for great recipe suggestions for your Halloween party or just something sweet and spooky for the kids.

And don’t forget our craft site – Holiday Arts & Crafts on the Net! For some seasonal craft projects and a great selection of Halloween coloring pictures to easily print.

All you’ll need to do is bring the crayons. Now how easy is that!

holiday recipes: Holiday Eats

holiday crafts / coloring pictures: Holiday Arts & Crafts on the Net

Hosting a Halloween Party for Kids? Have we got some ideas for you!

Thursday, October 21st, 2010

If you have young children, Halloween is undoubtedly an important landmark in your fall holiday schedule. From the costumes, to the crafts to the trick-or-treating, kids love Halloween. Why not capitalize on their affection by hosting your own Halloween bash?

We have some suggestions for how to make your kids’ Halloween party a spooktacularly good time! Visit our Halloween celebration for more party ideas including:

Costumes
Costumes are an integral part of Halloween. Consider having a costume competition or a costume parade. Check out our children’s no-sew costume ideas.

Activities
We have a host of child-appropriate games and activities you can play at your Halloween party,

Snacks & Food
Make your little guests scream from fright and delight with these ghoulish snacks.

Visit our Halloween celebration - Halloween on the Net - for these and more Halloween party ideas.

Holiday Invite: Halloween on the Net

Monday, October 18th, 2010

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Happy Halloween!

The year’s most ghoulish holiday is upon us and Holidays on the Net is delighted to invite you to join our celebration of Halloween.

Come read the story of Halloween. Discover its roots in the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain and its connection to the Mexican holiday of Los Dias De Los Muertos. Then click over to discover the origins of Halloween traditions like pumpkin carving, witches, black cats, and trick-or-treating.

Speaking of trick-or-treating, what are your favorite Halloween candies? While many are partial to the perennial candy corn, you might want to branch out with this list of the top fifteen best Halloween candy treats. For more fun Halloween factoids, be sure to check out our Did You Know? article.

Want more ideas for celebrating Halloween? How about planning a terrifying night of Halloween fun at one of America’s Top Thirteen Haunted Houses. Or organizing a spooktacular Halloween kids’ party. We’ve got a recipe box full of Halloween treats to serve at any All Hallow’s Eve gathering.

Your littlest ones are sure to enjoy our Halloween crafts, Halloween coloring pages and DIY costume ideas. And don’t forget to share the jack-o-lantern love by sending out one of our free Halloween e-cards.

This year Halloween will celebrated on Sunday October 31st. We look forward to seeing you at our Halloween celebration!

Happy Halloween,

Louie and the Holiday Elves

Holiday Invite: Halloween on the Net

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010

pumpkin01-glow

Happy Halloween!

The year’s most ghoulish holiday is upon us and Holidays on the Net is delighted to invite you to join our celebration of Halloween.

Come read the story of Halloween. Discover its roots in the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain and its connection to the Mexican holiday of Los Dias De Los Muertos. Then click over to discover the origins of Halloween traditions like pumpkin carving, witches, black cats, and trick-or-treating.

Speaking of trick-or-treating, what are your favorite Halloween candies? While many are partial to the perennial candy corn, you might want to branch out with this list of the top fifteen best Halloween candy treats. For more fun Halloween factoids, be sure to check out our Did You Know? article.

Want more ideas for celebrating Halloween? How about planning a terrifying night of Halloween fun at one of America’s Top Thirteen Haunted Houses. Or organizing a spooktacular Halloween kids’ party. We’ve got a recipe box full of Halloween treats to serve at any All Hallow’s Eve gathering.

Your littlest ones are sure to enjoy our Halloween crafts, Halloween coloring pages and DIY costume ideas. And don’t forget to share the jack-o-lantern love by sending out one of our free Halloween e-cards.

This year Halloween will celebrated on Sunday October 31st. We look forward to seeing you at our Halloween celebration!

Happy Halloween,

Louie and the Holiday Elves

(October 02) Today we’re celebrating . . .  World Card Making Day

Saturday, October 2nd, 2010


World Card Making Day
Kick off the holiday card-making season by practicing some paper crafts. Sign up for a class or a group activity and make some homemade cards.

(or if you’re not the crafty type just send an ecard from our Holiday eCard site)

photo credit: via flickr

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