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We couldn’t be more delighted to share this adorable and charming Halloween party hosted by Eden from Sugar and Charm. She used our Broken Bones Halloween party invitation for her party inspiration to create this skeleton themed Halloween party. Enjoy!

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

You often hear that when planning a party, the invite sets the entire mood for the event before it’s even begun. I couldn’t agree more, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune on an invitation. Actually for this Halloween party I hosted for my son and his little friends, I not only chose an invite from Tiny Prints but I based my entire party and theme around the cute skeleton invitation.

Kids Halloween Party DIY

I knew I wanted to host a charming Halloween party, but I wasn’t sure what direction I should go. After browsing Tiny Prints’ selection of adorable and affordable invitations I came across a simple, black and white invite with a cute (I say cute because most of the kids were all under 5!) skeleton. He was my inspiration for the skeleton themed, black and white Halloween party. Perfect for little kids!

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

First, we created a really fun magnet board for the kids to play with. We cut skeleton bones out of white foam and then glued magnets onto the back of the foam. The board was made from a rectangular piece of wood and some magnetic paint. Super easy and the kids loved it!

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

When hosting a Halloween party for kids, it’s important to have several activities to keep them busy. An hour after the party started, I brought out paper skeleton masks for the kids to decorate.

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

For some delicious treats, I made skeleton cookies to match the skeleton on the invite. All of the goodies and snacks we served were black and white aligning with the theme.

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

To wash the treats down, I whipped up some homemade almond milk horchata for the kids. Since we had a lot of sweets already, I wanted them to enjoy a healthy drink instead of sugary juice or soda. I served them in large plastic cups with lids and a toy spider trapped inside on the skeleton straw.

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Of course it can’t be a party without music! We played Pandora’s kids’ Halloween station throughout the party and the kids danced to monster tunes! Overall it was a spooky blast that was inspired by my invite. I’ve always admired Tiny Prints originality and the best part is that sending the invites won’t break the bank so you’ll have money left over for more candy ; )

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

Kids Halloween Party DIY

For instructions on the Skeleton Magnet board read more on Sugar and Charm.

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