Here are a few more wreaths…
Garnish a Halloween dish with vegetable cutouts.
Use cookie cutters in Halloween shapes!
Serve dips in plastic jack-o’-lanterns
Use Halloween shaped cookie cutters or spider rings as napkin rings
Paint terra cotta flower pots to look like candy corn and jack-o’-lanterns and serve candy inside them
Use pillow cases for treat bags. Kids can decorate them with fabric markers, fabric paints, glitter and cutouts
For table centerpieces, hollow out
mini pumpkins and place tealights inside
A pumpkin seed’s a little thing
When it’s planted in the spring,
But, oh what fun it can bring.
At Halloween it turns into
A pumpkin pie for me and you,
Or, a Jack O’ Lantern that says BOO!
First you take a pumpkin,
big and round and fat.
Then you cut the top off,
that makes the hat.
Then you cut the holes
for the nose, the mouth, the eyes
Making for the children,
a Halloween Surprise!
Idea from: You Craft Me Up!