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According to a survey conducted by the National Confectioners Association (NCA), the US candy industry will make $2.5 billion this year from Halloween candy sales alone. That’s a lot of candy, and it probably doesn’t all end up being eaten.
If you’re one of the many who end up with excess candy, don’t toss it! Turn your candy corn, gummy bears, M&Ms, and Jolly Ranchers into delicious desserts and kitchen eye candy in time for Thanksgiving.
Read on for three easy, creative recipes that will soon empty your Halloween candy bags, and add some appetizing color to your dining table.
Cookie Dough Truffles
Not everything that is deliciously crumbly and gooey comes from the oven. These cookie dough truffles only require a bit of rigorous stirring and some time in the freezer. For this decadent chocolate recipe, you’ll need to get some M&M’s, marshmallows, and hard candies from your Halloween loot.
It’s that time of the year again; that time when you get to be a different person—or object—and do some roleplaying as your favorite movie or cartoon character. With Halloween just a few days away, you’re either dressed up and raring to go or stressed out and desperate to find a costume. If you’re in need of a get-up fast, these DIY ideas can help get you out of a bind and inspire you to get creative with your Halloween costume this year.
Carving pumpkins and hanging bats and skulls in and around your home can get old really fast, especially if it’s something you do each year. Halloween may be fun and eventful for the young ones, but it can also be the perfect opportunity for you to redecorate your home in a not-so-scary theme. Overblown haunted house and cemetery themes are so passé; this year, “un-decorate” your home for the scariest holiday of the year with these understated décor themes. There’s no need to go over the top to create Halloween décor that the kids—and adults—will definitely remember.
When it comes to home decorating, Christmas may be the easiest and most popular occasion for bringing out the interior decorator in you. The key to every Christmas décor scheme is the Christmas tree. Your Christmas tree décor can essentially only go two ways: you can either stick to the traditional method of decorating or break free from the shackles of Christmases past and find new ways to make your tree more distinct and personal. While some traditionalists may insist on combining the two, this still counts as a way to infuse your tree with your own unique touch.
Whether we realize it or not, as guests, we all seem to follow the same rules to ensure the host of a party will welcome us back with open arms. For example, criticizing the choice of food and wine is a mortal sin at the dinner table, and arriving unannounced or with an unexpected companion is a definite no-go. But how about playing the part of a perfect party host?
Warm weather, bright colors, pool parties, and outdoor picnics –every good thing deserves a happy ending. As the sun slowly sets on summer, consider hosting a party to savor every exciting moment the season has to offer. Here are some tips and ideas to help you create a fun and memorable summer send-off party.
If our previous article has you dreaming of fun and unique fall décor, then consider using your favorite Treetopia Christmas tree as the design focal point of your home. Dressed with the right ornaments, these stylish trees become stunning fall centerpieces that instill the invigorating essence of the season into your favorite room.
Autumn’s striking colors and muted tones bring with it a melancholic appeal, which can inspire creative seasonal home décor ideas. This post presents some quick and easy tips and ideas using the season’s elements and colors, and the occasions that call for these types of décor.