I've been playing my spooky music mix lately. My kids love the Monster Mash and Lollipop Lollipop, while I'm partial to the Harry Potter soundtracks, which reminds me, I still need to write the fab Harry Potter Party post! In the meantime, here are highlights and links from some of my favorite SouthernAsBiscuits Halloween posts, as well as our family-friendly Halloween music "mixed tape" (sad that the kids will never know what that means).
These are vanilla pudding (tinted green) filled, but you don't have to go to that trouble. Click HERE for the link to the recipe/instructions. I believe I tore the original recipe out of a Family Fun magazine several years ago.
This is an easy, no-sew costume that requires little more than a milk carton (yay! repurposing!), craft paint, face paint, a wine cork and some aluminum foil (I still catch myself calling it tin foil). Click HERE for the how-to.
Family-Friendly Halloween Playlist:
1- "Black Cat"
2- "The Witch Doctor"
3- "Flying Purple People Eater" - Sheb Wooley
4- "Monster Mash"
5- "Devil Went Down to Georgia"- Charlie Daniels Band
6- "Ghostbusters"- Ray Parker, Jr.
7- "Hedwig's Theme"- composed by John Williams
8- "Lumos" (Hedwig's theme)- John Williams
9- "Lollipop"- The Chordettes
10- "Batman theme"- Neal Hefti
10- "Spider-Man theme"
11- "Twilight Zone theme"
12- "X-Files theme"
13- "Witchy Woman" - Eagles
14- "Big Rock Candy Mountain" - Burl Ives note:(does mention "cigarette trees")
15- "I Want Candy" - Bow Wow Wow
16- "Werewolves of London" -Warren Zevon