You don’t have to wait until Halloween to have a Spooky Party

Don't be scared - Spooky parties are fun!

It’s never too early to start thinking about throwing a Halloween Party.

Along with this collection of fun scary party ideas, Party Kit 'n Kaboodle's collection of Spooky Party products have a bit of everything that you will need.

Take a look and see the spooktacular ideas we have!

This theme is not just for Halloween- use it for Friday 13th parties too or just any time you feel like being spooky!

To lure your guests, you will need invitations:

These Coffin Invitations in a Box are deliciously ghoulish:

Coffin Invitations in a Box
Coffin Invitations in a Box

Next, set the scene with a spine-chilling assortment of decorations to really add to the mood to your haunted house:

From skeletons to ghosts, and spiders to monsters, you are sure to find some frightfully eerie trimmings!

Dangling Skeleton  
Dangling Skeleton
Halloween Spider Pinata
Halloween Spider Pinata
Halloween Spooky Fright Tape
Halloween Spooky Fright Tape


 

Your table has never looked so horrendously delicious with our spectral collection of tablecovers, tableware, glasses, and straws.

Skeleton Hand Glasses
Skeleton Hand Glasses
Skeleton Straws
Skeleton Straws

Here are some simple Spooky Party Food ideas which your guests will find divinely delicious:

Cheese Fingers:

Cheese Fingers
Cheese Fingers



Kids love them!

1. Buy some cheese sticks for ‘fingers’.
2. Get a green pepper and cut bits up for the finger nails.
3. Use a little cream cheese to stick the finger nails on to the fingers.
4. With the back of a knife or a fork make creases on the fingers to make ‘joints’.


Pizza Mummies

Have these spooky-looking snacks any time of year.
All you do really is spoon the pizza sauce on the English muffins and making the mummy faces with the cheese and vegetables or fruit

Pizza Mummies
Pizza Mummies



You need:
English muffins
Pizza sauce
Sultanas for eye
Red or green peppers cheese slices

Heat the oven to 180 C 350° F.
Toast the underside of each muffin first.
For each mummy, spread a tablespoon of pizza sauce onto half of an English muffin
Put thin olive slices or sultanas in place for eyes and add round slices of green onion or if you refer bits of red or green pepper for pupils
Lay strips of cheese across the muffin for the mummy’s wrappings.
Bake for about 10 minutes or until the cheese is melted and the muffin is toasty.




Spiders

Cracker Spiders
Cracker Spiders



For each spider you will need:
2 round crackers or plain biscuits
2 teaspoons smooth peanut butter or cheese spread
8 small pretzel sticks
2 raisins
With the peanut butter or cheese spread, make a cracker sandwich.
Push eight pretzel "legs" into the filling.
With 2 dabs of cheese spread put two raisin "eyes" on top.
Easy!


Toes

Sausage Toes
Sausage Toes




You will need:
Small sausages or cheerios' cut up into ‘toe sizes’
Small 15 cms soft tortilla wraps
Ketchup and some toothpicks
1. Cook the sausages
2. Cut a small wedge shape at the end of each sausage to make a toenail shape.
3. Cut the tortillas into strips about 9 cms long and 2 cms wide. Throw away the ends.
4. Roll each piece of sausage in a tortilla strip and secure with a toothpick.
5. Fill the toenails with ketchup.
6. Take the toothpicks out before serving.

Spooky Cupcakes:

Halloween Cupcake Feet
Halloween Cupcake Feet


Spread pre-baked cupcakes with a frosting that you like.
Decorate with gummy worms, lolly spiders…or anything spooky

Just love to bake?

Check out our Halloween Cookie Shapes Tin, or selection of Spooky Halloween Cupcake Picks

Halloween Cookie Shapes Tin
Halloween Cookie Shapes Tin

Get your guests to dress up & play some Spooky Games.......

(Don't forget to award some prizes, such as Party Kit 'n Kaboodle's Spooky Costume Trophies!)

Spooky Costume Trophies
Spooky Costume Trophies


The Secret Chamber Game

This is a game of tag, where you choose one kid to be the monster. the other kids are witches and wizards. Tell all the kids that the Secret Chamber has been opened and an evil monster has been let loose! Once the monster touches a witches or wizard he petrifies them and they must freeze. Petrified players can only be freed by the unfrozen players when tagged by them. Once a player is frozen three times they then remain permanently petrified. The last player to avoid being petrified is the winner!


The Mad Scientist and his Treasure Box Game

Mad Scientist Wig
Mad Scientist Wig


The kids pretend they are in a mad scientist's scary laboratory. You can dress up in a white lab coat, wear a freaky wig or gel your hair!
You will need a cardboard box with a hole (not too large) cut out in the front for the children to put their hand through.
Place different foods in bowls in the box one at time and the children have to guess what they are....jelly can be a liver, tinned skinless tomatoes or peeled grapes can feel like eyeballs, cooked spaghetti feels horribly like intestines, peanut shells or dry pasta shapes crushed are toenails, cooked cold cauliflower feels like soggy brains. Get the idea?! The kids will be squealing!


Pin the Bone on the Skeleton Game

Taken from the classic Pin the Tail on the Donkey using a skeleton instead. You can buy a cardboard skeleton or make your own... but leave off one arm or leg. See who can pin it in the right place after being blindfolded!

Of course, your guests will need some gifts to take away as an eerie memento of their spooky party experience. Loot Bags filled with chillingly good devilish treasures will make them scream with joy.

Coffin Shaped Gift Bag 

Coffin Shaped Gift Bag

Inflatable Glow in the Dark Skulls
Inflatable Glow in the Dark Skulls

     

Glow in the Dark Eyeball Tattoos 

Glow in the Dark Eyeball Tattoos

Spider & Web Stampers
Spider & Web Stampers


 
Some Spooky Craft ideas

Make a Scary Snake

Make a scary snake!
You will need:
Paper
Scissors
Black paper
Materials for decoration


1. Cut out a length of paper about 40 cm x 3 cm.
2. Slightly round off one end of the paper strip for the snake’s head.
3. Cut the other end to a point for the tail.
4. Glue on eyes and a forked tongue from coloured paper scraps or material
5. Decorate the body of the snake with anything bright.
6. Finish the Scary Snake by folding the entire length of the snake’s body into an accordion fold. Kids love them!

Feel inspired? 

For more macabre and ghoulish ideas & party goodies, visit Party Kit 'n Kaboodle's Spooks, Ghosts, Scary & Halloween Party Theme today!

Or contact our friendly team for more information.


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