22 Oct

Trick or Treat…

halloween candy buffet

…emphasis on the “treat“! Here’s some inspirational Halloween eye-candy for you from the fabulous Amy Atlas Events… How genius is the huge “tree” they created using branches, tons of *Orange Paper Daisies ($1.99 – $2.15 each at *luna bazaar), and Haribo Black Licorice Wheels as “ornaments”?!

halloween candy buffet

These cute little ghost pops remind me of something that Bakerella might whip up…

halloween candy buffet

I’m also loving these candy-filled paper pumpkins (below), which look pretty easy to replicate using small orange paper bags and black tape – or you could purchase Martha Stewart’s Pumpkin Favor Bags kit for a similar look that’s ready to go!

halloween candy buffet

*Tips & Ideas:
Luna Bazaar (which carries the Orange Paper Daisies used for the “tree”) is currently offering HWTM  readers a 20% discount on all purchases with the code “HB1031“.
Candywarehouse.com has a huge selection of bulk Halloween Candy available.
• Check the produce section of your local grocery store for DIY caramel apple kits, which are available seasonally. Drizzle or pipe melted chocolate onto the apples to give them the same look as the apples pictured above.

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Thank you for the Luna Bazaar coupon code!

Reply July 3, 2009 at 5:08 pm

candycandycandy SAYS:

While this is not as creative as the ideas in this section, this candy mix is gorgeous and it has all the candy dish classics in one mix. I usually just put it in a candy dish or a pumpkin bowl and that alone adds a small festive touch.


Reply April 14, 2011 at 5:28 pm

Jess Cleary SAYS:

I Love how crafty you are! GREAT JOB :)

Reply November 15, 2011 at 2:37 pm

Has Ti SAYS:

very good

Reply December 24, 2012 at 10:54 am

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