Are your kids excited for Halloween on Saturday 31st October 2015? As it's landed on a Saturday this year you've got the whole weekend to celebrate!
Create a spooky atmosphere by printing out our pumpkin carving patterns for free and place your hand-carved pumpkin lantern on the door step to welcome (or ward off) those cheeky trick or treaters.
And if your kids are allowed to go trick or treating, a really cheap way to transform your little angels into monsters, witches or pumpkins is to paint their faces with our easy Halloween face paint ideas.
We've also got some really eerie Halloween crafts which the kids can get stuck into to help decorate the house (and keep the kids entertained in the spirit of the spooky season!)
Here's our guide on how to have the best Halloween ever:Step 1. Carve a pumpkin
Step 2. Paint your childrens' faces
Step 3. Make our jam jar lanterns
Step 4. Make a pumpkin bag
Step 5. Hang up our bat mobile
Step 6. Make some of our new crafts, like the cotton bud skeleton and gruesome egg carton eyeballs
Step 7. Play our 13 fun Halloween games
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