Need low key Halloween Class Party ideas? Or some simple additions to a neighborhood get together? Set the table with a donut tree and a lollipop stand for guests to take a treat at their leisure (tutorials for both later this week). Add some dry ice to ordinary apple juice to make it look cool. And for the party games, turn household ingredients into their spooky alter egos with large jars, some imagination, and a blindfold. Try cornstarch and water for goo, boiled spaghetti noodles for brains, and long pretzel sticks for dried up bones.

Some of the items for this party were donated. Halloween costumes from; decorations from Sweet Lulu; apple juice jar from Walmart; ladle from Gygi’s; original lollipop stand tutorial featured on Martha Stewart. Photos by Nicole Hill Gerulat. And a special thanks to Aimee Barbosa for assisting (check out her new blog The Elephant of Surprise).


  1. Adorable! Love the color palette. I also love those enamel mugs…gorgeous find!

    Jenny @ Hank + Hunt    Tuesday, October 4, 2011
  2. I’m looking forward to more details on this party. I can’t wait to make the doughnut tree. Where did you get the mugs?

    L. Kaldor    Tuesday, October 4, 2011
  3. Such cute ideas!!! DONUTS!!! so fun!

    Keisha - Cupcake Wis    Tuesday, October 4, 2011
  4. Hi L. Kaldor–I found those enamel mugs on eBay. Definitely some of my favorite dishes. xo

    Brittany    Tuesday, October 4, 2011
  5. Brittany, thanks for the shout out! It was great to be a part of this cute project. Everything looks fabulous! Way to go.

    Aimee Barbosa Error    Tuesday, October 4, 2011
  6. I absolutely LOVE this! I will be making a donut tree. I will!! Thanks for the inspiration!

    Landee    Wednesday, October 5, 2011
  7. Love the retro Halloween garland! Your doughnut tree reminded me of one of our kids Halloween parties we hung powedered sugar doughnuts from a line and the kids had to try and bite it off the line without using their hands…it was really fun for the kids and a fun game to watch as well. The tree is a cute idea.

    Sue M.    Monday, October 10, 2011
  8. The donut tree is simply awesome!!!
    Check out our 3D halloween ideas on our blog-

    Liz    Wednesday, October 19, 2011
  9. Love this! Quick question about the apple juice. So you just add some dry ice straight to the bowl if juice? And that’s it ? :) thanks

    Kristen    Sunday, October 13, 2013

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