Of all the tasks that befall Rosetta in her role as a garden fairy, painting the flowers is her favorite. So, it only makes sense that she would find a way to extend the pastime into the fall -- such as engaging the other fairies to help coat the leaves with sparkly white frost and then drawing on ghost faces to decorate the hollow for Halloween.
Destined to sail the seas as undead marauders, the pirates of the Caribbean could no longer experience the simplest pleasures afforded humans. Even the sweet flavor of Halloween treats -- such as these wide-eyed, toothy skulls -- became a treasured memory. Luckily young mortal masqueraders can more than fathom how good they taste.
Even their uncle Donald and great-uncle Scrooge McDuck can't tell them apart. Made from stiffened cotton, these web footed apparitions make a real stand-up decoration.
These cupcakes make a sweet, if nightmarish, Halloween treat.
When you set up house in a pumpkin like some of the fairies in Pixie Hollow do, it doesn't take much to get into the spirit of Halloween. All you need do is round up a few ghostly guests to hover around the grounds. Using a foam craft pumpkin, you can make a tabletop replica of a phantom-filled fairy house to haunt your own home.
If you go trick-or-treating in Donald Duck's neighborhood, you're apt to end up with a treat bag full of corn. Not your standard cracked kernels, but a more festive variety befitting the holiday: sweet frosted candy corn cookies.
Made from candy-coated pretzels, it's really a sweet-and-salty Halloween treat -- perfect to serve at a party or for a classroom snack.
These Halloween cookies are a truly disgusting and tricky treat. But delicious and perfect for Halloween parties. Try this super simple and fast recipe from Short Order Mom.
Add that certain 'ick factor' to your Halloween party tray with these super-easy hard boiled eggs. Try this fun and healthy Halloween snack recipe.
These eye-catching cupcakes may cause your kids to pause -- but so too will they be a delightful sight.