Monday, October 6


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Is it too early for a halloween post? No! Every year October gets wished away while we wait for the 31st. The first week of October is already over for one thing, and for another I've seen nightclub halloween events advertised on Facebook starting from next weekend. If you're going to a party or just a fan of the season, there's no time like the present to seek out some spooky vibes.

Firstly, Here are a few low maintenance Halloween manicures for those of you who aren't going to big parties, but still want to get in the spirit.

Frankenstein Nail Art / Jack Skellington Nail Art / UV Monster Nail Art / Lily Allen Nail Art / Essie Nail Polish in Licorice / Deborah Lippmann Nail Polish in Superstar Glitter Show Stopping Copper Flecked Fudge (what a mouthful) 

Next up are a few useful DIY tutorial. Sure, you could buy this stuff in pound land, but does that come with the same sense of achievement and Halloween-y joie de vivre? No. Onto the DIYS.

Makezine's Diabolical Horns / Martha Stewart's Mummy Bandages / Erin @'s DIY Angel Wings / DeliaCreates' Any-Size Witch hat / Instructables' No-Sew Vampire Cape

Finally for today are some ideas for some food-y bits and pieces. If you've got some time on your hands and a party up your sleeve, these are well worth a look.

Country Living's Trick or Treat Cakes / Lauren Conrad's Healthy Graveyard Snacks / Wanderlust and Lipstick's Touch of Evil Martinis / BBC Good Food's Witches Brew (Pea & Bacon Chowder) / Little Dutch Bakery's Voodoo Doll DonutsA Spicy Perspective Chocolate Peanut Butter Spider Cookies / Girl in the Little Red Kitchen's Halloween Candy Bark / My Recipe's Skeleton Cupcakes / Annie's Eats' Halloween Sugar Cookies

Now that's it for today! Coming up this week is a post on some slightly more unique costume ideas and movie recommendations to encourage some Halloween-y vibes into the atmosphere.

Until next time,


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