The official start of spring is less than a month away, which means we are giving you full permission to break out your spring decor! Swap those cozy textures and dark winter hues for bright, vibrant pieces that will make your space pop! You want the interior of your home to mimic the changing of the seasons outside…bring in light colors, breezy fabrics, and bold patterns. Target has everything you need to prep your home for spring at really affordable prices! See Target spring decor inspiration below.

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These earthy tones bring the outdoors inside. Muted green tones paired with bright whites and shining brass accents will give your space a “one with nature” vibe while still feeling quaint and coordinated.

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Nothing says “spring” quite like pale pink! This pretty shade, mixed with mauves and beiges, brings the bloom of a fresh spring flower to your interior. These soft hues feel feminine and delicate, yet also practical and versatile.

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Go for a bold look with blues and blacks sprinkled with a bit of gray and pops of pastel. This vibe is contemporary and cool, and will bring a bit of edge to any room!

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We’re breaking out all the tricks and treats this Halloween season! Whether you’re looking for inspo for classroom parties, fall birthday party snack ideas, or Halloween party additions, we’ve got a lineup of Halloween-inspired treats that is definitely spook-tacular and sure to impress your ghouls of honor! See our Halloween treat ideas below.

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Pretzel Spiderwebs – a sweet and salty festive treat! Line pretzels up in the shape of a wheel on wax paper, heat up white chocolate until melted and swirl around, take a toothpick or prongs of a fork and pull out for that web look, and then finish with Halloween sprinkles!

Three Ingredient Pumpkin Cookies – Both savory and sweet, simple and perfect for a cookie swap!

  • Can of 100% pure pumpkin 
  • Box of spice cake mix
  • Dark chocolate chips 
  • Mix all together, form into balls, place onto a parchment lined baking sheet and bake at 375 for 15 minutes and enjoy!
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Individual S’mores Cups – grab any seasonal peeps and make these year ’round!

Pumpkin Popcorn Station – Personalize toppings to your liking for a spooky movie night treat or a festive and fun addition to any party! Fill a pitcher or bowl with your favorite type of popcorn and top with a scoop, assemble bowls with “options” and scoops on a tray. Serve in festive little snack trays and enjoy!

  • popcorn
  • candy corn
  • crushed pretzels
  • peanuts 
  • gummy bears 
  • marshmallows 
  • Reese’s pieces

Apple Slice Sundae Station – Customize your apples, sauces and toppings for a delectable and seasonally fun snack or dessert!

  • apples apples – Granny Smith, Gala, Red Delicious (any kind will do)
  • chocolate and peanut butter sauce – (or whatever tickles your taste buds!)
  • chocolate sprinkles
  • mini M&Ms 
  • mini chocolate chips
  • shredded coconut 
  • toffee bits 
  • crushed Oreos
  • crushed pumpkin spice graham crackers (any graham cracker will do)

We’re breaking out all the tricks and treats this Halloween season! Whether you’re looking for inspo for classroom parties, fall birthday party snack ideas, or Halloween party additions, we’ve got a lineup of Halloween-inspired treats that is definitely spook-tacular and sure to impress your ghouls of honor! See our Halloween treat ideas below.

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Pretzel Spiderwebs – a sweet and salty festive treat! Line pretzels up in the shape of a wheel on wax paper, heat up white chocolate until melted and swirl around, take a toothpick or prongs of a fork and pull out for that web look, and then finish with Halloween sprinkles!

Three Ingredient Pumpkin Cookies – Both savory and sweet, simple and perfect for a cookie swap!

  • Can of 100% pure pumpkin 
  • Box of spice cake mix
  • Dark chocolate chips 
  • Mix all together, form into balls, place onto a parchment lined baking sheet and bake at 375 for 15 minutes and enjoy!
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Individual S’mores Cups – grab any seasonal peeps and make these year ’round!

Pumpkin Popcorn Station – Personalize toppings to your liking for a spooky movie night treat or a festive and fun addition to any party! Fill a pitcher or bowl with your favorite type of popcorn and top with a scoop, assemble bowls with “options” and scoops on a tray. Serve in festive little snack trays and enjoy!

  • popcorn
  • candy corn
  • crushed pretzels
  • peanuts 
  • gummy bears 
  • marshmallows 
  • Reese’s pieces

Apple Slice Sundae Station – Customize your apples, sauces and toppings for a delectable and seasonally fun snack or dessert!

  • apples apples – Granny Smith, Gala, Red Delicious (any kind will do)
  • chocolate and peanut butter sauce – (or whatever tickles your taste buds!)
  • chocolate sprinkles
  • mini M&Ms 
  • mini chocolate chips
  • shredded coconut 
  • toffee bits 
  • crushed Oreos
  • crushed pumpkin spice graham crackers (any graham cracker will do)
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We’re breaking out all the tricks and treats this Halloween season! Whether you’re looking for inspo for classroom parties, fall birthday party snack ideas, or Halloween party additions, we’ve got a lineup of Halloween-inspired treats that is definitely spook-tacular and sure to impress your ghouls of honor! See our Halloween treat ideas below.

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission from affiliate links in this post, see full disclosure here.

Pretzel Spiderwebs – a sweet and salty festive treat! Line pretzels up in the shape of a wheel on wax paper, heat up white chocolate until melted and swirl around, take a toothpick or prongs of a fork and pull out for that web look, and then finish with Halloween sprinkles!

Three Ingredient Pumpkin Cookies – Both savory and sweet, simple and perfect for a cookie swap!

  • Can of 100% pure pumpkin 
  • Box of spice cake mix
  • Dark chocolate chips 
  • Mix all together, form into balls, place onto a parchment lined baking sheet and bake at 375 for 15 minutes and enjoy!
This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is IMG-1894-1024x990.jpg

Individual S’mores Cups – grab any seasonal peeps and make these year ’round!

Pumpkin Popcorn Station – Personalize toppings to your liking for a spooky movie night treat or a festive and fun addition to any party! Fill a pitcher or bowl with your favorite type of popcorn and top with a scoop, assemble bowls with “options” and scoops on a tray. Serve in festive little snack trays and enjoy!

  • popcorn
  • candy corn
  • crushed pretzels
  • peanuts 
  • gummy bears 
  • marshmallows 
  • Reese’s pieces

Apple Slice Sundae Station – Customize your apples, sauces and toppings for a delectable and seasonally fun snack or dessert!

  • apples apples – Granny Smith, Gala, Red Delicious (any kind will do)
  • chocolate and peanut butter sauce – (or whatever tickles your taste buds!)
  • chocolate sprinkles
  • mini M&Ms 
  • mini chocolate chips
  • shredded coconut 
  • toffee bits 
  • crushed Oreos
  • crushed pumpkin spice graham crackers (any graham cracker will do)

The leaves are falling, the crisp air has arrived, and the season of goodies is upon us. October through December have multiple holiday events – Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, and more, so that means classroom parties, various events, and the creation of goody bags, baskets, and more! Since my youngest daughter’s birthday is in October, I was invited to read a themed book, bring in a snack, and hang out with the class, and I used the opportunity to create pumpkin-themed buckets for her whole class! See our Halloween goody bag inspiration below.

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My daughter turned five and is in Pre-K, so I kept it fun but still simple with a pumpkin theme: pumpkin buckets, themed cups, straws, glow sticks, and most importantly, snacks!

The snacks were fun – I found a lot of pumpkin-themed snacks like Entenmann’s pumpkin flavored muffins, gogo squeeze apple pumpkin spice applesauce pouches and decorative fun Skinny Pop popcorn bags.

I kept it pretty simple with Mott’s tots apple juice boxes, but I also ran across Swiss Miss pumpkin spice hot chocolate and just had to add it in. I read the book 10 Little Pumpkins, and the kids were super excited about their snack which was fresh fruit salad in waffle cone bowls topped with a dab of whipped cream – a healthy sundae!

Kristy is room mom for her daughter’s class this year, so of course she got right on her duties of helping to plan the first classroom party planned for October. She went straight to Target’s Hyde & EEK Bootique for plates, napkins, games and more goodies. She’s planning on serving slime punch in cauldrons and using festive food trays for snacks.

“You’ve been Boo’d” – yep that’s right, Kristy created Boo Bags for her kids’ classrooms! She took small clear gift bags and filled them with a bunch of fun little festive toys and a bunch of yummy goodies.

The options are virtually endless with what you can fill them with. Mini play-dohs, bubbles, the classic spider ring and themed pencils. I’m sure no matter what you come up with, the bags will end up being super spook-tacular! Happy Planning!

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The leaves are falling, the crisp air has arrived, and the season of goodies is upon us. October through December have multiple holiday events – Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, and more, so that means classroom parties, various events, and the creation of goody bags, baskets, and more! Since my youngest daughter’s birthday is in October, I was invited to read a themed book, bring in a snack, and hang out with the class, and I used the opportunity to create pumpkin-themed buckets for her whole class! See our Halloween goody bag inspiration below.

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission from affiliate links in this post, see full disclosure here.

My daughter turned five and is in Pre-K, so I kept it fun but still simple with a pumpkin theme: pumpkin buckets, themed cups, straws, glow sticks, and most importantly, snacks!

The snacks were fun – I found a lot of pumpkin-themed snacks like Entenmann’s pumpkin flavored muffins, gogo squeeze apple pumpkin spice applesauce pouches and decorative fun Skinny Pop popcorn bags.

I kept it pretty simple with Mott’s tots apple juice boxes, but I also ran across Swiss Miss pumpkin spice hot chocolate and just had to add it in. I read the book 10 Little Pumpkins, and the kids were super excited about their snack which was fresh fruit salad in waffle cone bowls topped with a dab of whipped cream – a healthy sundae!

Kristy is room mom for her daughter’s class this year, so of course she got right on her duties of helping to plan the first classroom party planned for October. She went straight to Target’s Hyde & EEK Bootique for plates, napkins, games and more goodies. She’s planning on serving slime punch in cauldrons and using festive food trays for snacks.

“You’ve been Boo’d” – yep that’s right, Kristy created Boo Bags for her kids’ classrooms! She took small clear gift bags and filled them with a bunch of fun little festive toys and a bunch of yummy goodies.

The options are virtually endless with what you can fill them with. Mini play-dohs, bubbles, the classic spider ring and themed pencils. I’m sure no matter what you come up with, the bags will end up being super spook-tacular! Happy Planning!

Some people love Halloween. Some people just can’t seem to get on board with the ghosts and ghouls and scary shenanigans and crazy costumes. If you want to celebrate the holiday but you don’t want to go all-out with a costume, you can still show your paranormal pride with a Halloween-themed outfit that looks chic and stylish rather than creepy and spine-chilling. See our Halloween apparel inspiration from Amazon below!

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T-Shirt | Leggings | Sneakers | Earrings

Boo Boo Crew! For all the nurses out there, this outfit is an adorable way to celebrate the holiday!

T-Shirt | Jeans | Sneakers | Purse | Earrings

Cute as a kitten! This skeleton Hello Kitty ‘fit is purrrrr-fect for a Halloween look that’s not so scary!

T-Shirt | Pants | Flats | Headband | Earrings

Calling all Disney fans! This Minnie Mouse-inspired outfit is scarily sweet. Even better if you’re spending Halloween in the most magical place on Earth!

Long Sleeve | Jeans | Mules | Purse | Earrings

Meooowww! Where weird meets wild – this is a classy look that still brings a little bit of spooky spirit!

Sweatshirt | Leggings | Boots | Headband | Earrings

Pumpkins + pockets = the ideal Halloween outfit. We won’t tell anyone if you stuff those cute little pouches full of candy to snack on throughout the day.

Long Sleeve | Leggings | Wedge Sneakers | Earrings | Bracelet

Tricks and treats! This look is so cute for kids’ class party or parade – great for teachers or room moms!

Long Sleeve | Leggings | Sneakers | Headband | Earrings

Getting handsy! This one is a flirty look for a Halloween out with bae…prepare to have a terrifyingly terrific time.

T-Shirt | Skirt | Boots | Earrings | Ring

Witch, please! Get ready for some hocus pocus with this brew-tiful Halloween look!

Long Sleeve | Leggings | Boots | Earrings | Hair Clip

Baby on board! For the expecting mamas, this is a fun way to let people know you’re eating candy for two! Throw in a couple extra pieces, please!!

Blouse | Tank | Skirt | Heels | Earrings

Skulls and roses! This is a really feminine spin on Halloween – it’s a good look for the office or a spooky celebration with your gal pals.

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Some people love Halloween. Some people just can’t seem to get on board with the ghosts and ghouls and scary shenanigans and crazy costumes. If you want to celebrate the holiday but you don’t want to go all-out with a costume, you can still show your paranormal pride with a Halloween-themed outfit that looks chic and stylish rather than creepy and spine-chilling. See our Halloween apparel inspiration from Amazon below!

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. See full disclosure here.

T-Shirt | Leggings | Sneakers | Earrings

Boo Boo Crew! For all the nurses out there, this outfit is an adorable way to celebrate the holiday!

T-Shirt | Jeans | Sneakers | Purse | Earrings

Cute as a kitten! This skeleton Hello Kitty ‘fit is purrrrr-fect for a Halloween look that’s not so scary!

T-Shirt | Pants | Flats | Headband | Earrings

Calling all Disney fans! This Minnie Mouse-inspired outfit is scarily sweet. Even better if you’re spending Halloween in the most magical place on Earth!

Long Sleeve | Jeans | Mules | Purse | Earrings

Meooowww! Where weird meets wild – this is a classy look that still brings a little bit of spooky spirit!

Sweatshirt | Leggings | Boots | Headband | Earrings

Pumpkins + pockets = the ideal Halloween outfit. We won’t tell anyone if you stuff those cute little pouches full of candy to snack on throughout the day.

Long Sleeve | Leggings | Wedge Sneakers | Earrings | Bracelet

Tricks and treats! This look is so cute for kids’ class party or parade – great for teachers or room moms!

Long Sleeve | Leggings | Sneakers | Headband | Earrings

Getting handsy! This one is a flirty look for a Halloween out with bae…prepare to have a terrifyingly terrific time.

T-Shirt | Skirt | Boots | Earrings | Ring

Witch, please! Get ready for some hocus pocus with this brew-tiful Halloween look!

Long Sleeve | Leggings | Boots | Earrings | Hair Clip

Baby on board! For the expecting mamas, this is a fun way to let people know you’re eating candy for two! Throw in a couple extra pieces, please!!

Blouse | Tank | Skirt | Heels | Earrings

Skulls and roses! This is a really feminine spin on Halloween – it’s a good look for the office or a spooky celebration with your gal pals.

It’s that time of year again…the leaves are starting to fall, the scent of pumpkin spice everything and the Spirit Halloween stores start popping up all over, and the Halloween shopping craze begins! 2/4 of my kiddos already had their costumes locked in and were ready to shop, and my other two were very much undecided. My 20% off coupon was expiring so we did some family shopping over the weekend! Check out some of the great kids’ Halloween apparel I found!

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My youngest daughter was already locked in on being her favorite Disney princess Ariel, so she was the easiest purchase of the day. The outfit is adorable, and of course we had to get the signature locks to go with it!

My middle daughter chose this shimmer fox costume, no real rhyme or reason for it, but it is super cute and very minimal make-up application needed from me, so it’s a win-win all around.

I thought for sure my eldest would go for the Wednesday Addams or Barbie look this year, but nope, she went from the Shimmer Fox, to Descendants characters, to Rena Rouge and finally landed on Buttercup from the Power Puff Girls…a show that she’s never even seen an episode of before. Her reasoning was because of the similar hair length…uhm okay…the logic of a seven-year-old, I guess.

I always forget about Target for their kids’ costume selection. These seem to be the most popular of the selections this year, with Disney Villains like Ursula, Maleficent and Cruella over the princesses, along with Harry & Hermione from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and of course Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Michelangela and Leonardo – following the release of their live action movie earlier this year.

How cool are these zip-up and pullover hoodies…the one with the skeleton skull hood is my favorite! The pajama sets are adorable too – I grabbed the dinosaur skeleton set for my son.

Per usual, Target always has more for the girls. I have three girls ranging from ages four to seven and I was able to find an outfit for each of them. This Nightmare Before Christmas dress is super cute for my girlie girl that love tutus. My seven-year-old isn’t so much into the “kiddie” Halloween graphics, so the Cat & Jack hearts zip-up hoodie with matching leggings is perfect for her because it’s still festive and “cool”. For my six-year-old, I grabbed a pair of sparkly black leggings and paired them with a long-sleeved graphic t-shirt.

My kids have a Halloween parade at school, along with a class party and Spirit Week, which includes pajama day and mix-match sock day, so these themed matching pajamas and festive socks are a fun way to send the kiddos in to participate. Plus…they glow in the dark – how fun for the whole family! Be sure to check out the whole Hyde & EEK! Boutique Collection for all of the Halloween apparel and more!

It’s that time of year again…the leaves are starting to fall, the scent of pumpkin spice everything and the Spirit Halloween stores start popping up all over, and the Halloween shopping craze begins! 2/4 of my kiddos already had their costumes locked in and were ready to shop, and my other two were very much undecided. My 20% off coupon was expiring so we did some family shopping over the weekend! Check out some of the great kids’ Halloween apparel I found!

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My youngest daughter was already locked in on being her favorite Disney princess Ariel, so she was the easiest purchase of the day. The outfit is adorable, and of course we had to get the signature locks to go with it!

My middle daughter chose this shimmer fox costume, no real rhyme or reason for it, but it is super cute and very minimal make-up application needed from me, so it’s a win-win all around.

I thought for sure my eldest would go for the Wednesday Addams or Barbie look this year, but nope, she went from the Shimmer Fox, to Descendants characters, to Rena Rouge and finally landed on Buttercup from the Power Puff Girls…a show that she’s never even seen an episode of before. Her reasoning was because of the similar hair length…uhm okay…the logic of a seven-year-old, I guess.

I always forget about Target for their kids’ costume selection. These seem to be the most popular of the selections this year, with Disney Villains like Ursula, Maleficent and Cruella over the princesses, along with Harry & Hermione from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and of course Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Michelangela and Leonardo – following the release of their live action movie earlier this year.

How cool are these zip-up and pullover hoodies…the one with the skeleton skull hood is my favorite! The pajama sets are adorable too – I grabbed the dinosaur skeleton set for my son.

Per usual, Target always has more for the girls. I have three girls ranging from ages four to seven and I was able to find an outfit for each of them. This Nightmare Before Christmas dress is super cute for my girlie girl that love tutus. My seven-year-old isn’t so much into the “kiddie” Halloween graphics, so the Cat & Jack hearts zip-up hoodie with matching leggings is perfect for her because it’s still festive and “cool”. For my six-year-old, I grabbed a pair of sparkly black leggings and paired them with a long-sleeved graphic t-shirt.

My kids have a Halloween parade at school, along with a class party and Spirit Week, which includes pajama day and mix-match sock day, so these themed matching pajamas and festive socks are a fun way to send the kiddos in to participate. Plus…they glow in the dark – how fun for the whole family! Be sure to check out the whole Hyde & EEK! Boutique Collection for all of the Halloween apparel and more!

Let the countdown to spooky season begin! We may be just getting ready to gear up for fall but for us, that means thinking about Halloween too! And if you love Decocrated as much as we do, then you’re gonna want to grab this year’s Halloween deluxe add-on box before it sells out! Kristy received her box and is just loving the items included this year. If you’re a new Decocrated member, use our exclusive code DECO15 to save on your first subscription! See Halloween decor from Decocrated below.

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This wooden stand makes a great showcase for your Halloween-scented candles, faux flowers, or even fun holiday-themed bowl fillers (like adorable mini pumpkins)!

This fall-inspired foliage is perfect for Halloween with its blood-red hues. Place in a black vase for a chillingly chic accent piece.

These candlesticks are ghoulishly glamourous! Use black or white tapered candles for a neutral, modern look, or opt for purple or orange to add a pop of color!

Trick or treat! We’re picking treat every time. This spiderweb dish is great for keeping those Halloween candies on the counter!

Wash your sweets down with a refreshing beverage in one of these spooky skeleton hand glasses! Perfect for a kids’ punch or an adult cocktail.

Don’t forget to grab your winter box now (use our exclusive code DECO15 to save on your first subscription) and stay tuned for our Decocrated winter decor post!!

Let the countdown to spooky season begin! We may be just getting ready to gear up for fall but for us, that means thinking about Halloween too! And if you love Decocrated as much as we do, then you’re gonna want to grab this year’s Halloween deluxe add-on box before it sells out! Kristy received her box and is just loving the items included this year. If you’re a new Decocrated member, use our exclusive code DECO15 to save on your first subscription! See Halloween decor from Decocrated below.

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This wooden stand makes a great showcase for your Halloween-scented candles, faux flowers, or even fun holiday-themed bowl fillers (like adorable mini pumpkins)!

This fall-inspired foliage is perfect for Halloween with its blood-red hues. Place in a black vase for a chillingly chic accent piece.

These candlesticks are ghoulishly glamourous! Use black or white tapered candles for a neutral, modern look, or opt for purple or orange to add a pop of color!

Trick or treat! We’re picking treat every time. This spiderweb dish is great for keeping those Halloween candies on the counter!

Wash your sweets down with a refreshing beverage in one of these spooky skeleton hand glasses! Perfect for a kids’ punch or an adult cocktail.

Don’t forget to grab your winter box now (use our exclusive code DECO15 to save on your first subscription) and stay tuned for our Decocrated winter decor post!!

Trick or treat!! Halloween is right around the corner and we’re counting down the days until we can stuff our faces with candy guilt-free. Well, maybe not guilt-free, but we can certainly justify it. These DIY Halloween goody bags are perfect for your kiddo’s classroom or handing out to the neighborhood kids…just make sure you keep a couple for yourself! See our Halloween goody bag ideas below.

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Line up your bags and get ready to get stuffing! These paper bags have all different Halloween-themed patterns and are perfect for fitting all of your goodies.

An assortment of candy, snacks, and toys will keep everyone happy! For food, KitKats, Ring Pops, Fun Dip, a mix of chocolates, mini cookies, and pretzels are all great options. Then add stamps, slap bracelets, light-up rings, and fun erasers (or check out these party favors) and you’ve got yourself the perfect goody bag.

Once your bags are all filled, seal them up and get ready to hand them out! Whether they’re heading to the classroom for the Halloween parade or to the front porch for trick-or-treating, these goody bags will be the talk of the town!

And for a little neighborhood fun, these Boo Buckets help get everyone in on the action!! These are a cute gift you can leave for your neighbors to let them know they’ve been “booed”!!

Grab a pumpkin bucket (here’s orange and teal) and fill it with more of your Halloween goodies, then print out one of our free “Booed” printables and pay your neighbors a little visit – ring the bell or knock and get ready to DASH FOR IT!!

Trick or treat!! Halloween is right around the corner and we’re counting down the days until we can stuff our faces with candy guilt-free. Well, maybe not guilt-free, but we can certainly justify it. These DIY Halloween goody bags are perfect for your kiddo’s classroom or handing out to the neighborhood kids…just make sure you keep a couple for yourself! See our Halloween goody bag ideas below.

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Line up your bags and get ready to get stuffing! These paper bags have all different Halloween-themed patterns and are perfect for fitting all of your goodies.

An assortment of candy, snacks, and toys will keep everyone happy! For food, KitKats, Ring Pops, Fun Dip, a mix of chocolates, mini cookies, and pretzels are all great options. Then add stamps, slap bracelets, light-up rings, and fun erasers (or check out these party favors) and you’ve got yourself the perfect goody bag.

Once your bags are all filled, seal them up and get ready to hand them out! Whether they’re heading to the classroom for the Halloween parade or to the front porch for trick-or-treating, these goody bags will be the talk of the town!

And for a little neighborhood fun, these Boo Buckets help get everyone in on the action!! These are a cute gift you can leave for your neighbors to let them know they’ve been “booed”!!

Grab a pumpkin bucket (here’s orange and teal) and fill it with more of your Halloween goodies, then print out one of our free “Booed” printables and pay your neighbors a little visit – ring the bell or knock and get ready to DASH FOR IT!!

It’s spooky season!! Well, close enough anyway. If you’re ready to celebrate all things Halloween but know that wearing your costume out and about would probably be frowned upon right now, we have a solution for you! This Halloween apparel from Jane will let you show off your spooky style while still maintaining appropriate fashion decorum. See our roundup below!

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Who said Halloween has to be scary?? These cute little character tees will definitely keep the creepy monsters away.

You know you’re the real fourth Sanderson sister (one can wish, right?!) and you’re not afraid to show a little family pride. Wear this tee proudly and don’t be ashamed of your ancestry.

For the badass babes, this sweatshirt gives major skeleton biker vibes. We know you’re not afraid of anything!

A pumpkin, a bat, and a witch walk into a bar…we can only assume chaos ensues. But look how sweet they are!! This tee is sure to put a smile on anyone’s face.

Petition to rename fall to “spooky season” since we know that’s all anyone is really thinking about anyway, right?! These tees celebrate the real meaning of fall.

All the Halloween essentials summed up in one sweatshirt. Yes, please!!

A pocket tee with a spooky twist! Keep your boos close to your heart and take them with you wherever you go.

Rock on! Rock ‘n’ roll is the ultimate costume party, but this tee is pretty fierce too.

Let your sweatshirt do all the talking! Plus, this is a lot nicer than yelling “gimme all your candy!!” – manners matter!

The perfect tee for your next GNO (ghouls’ night out)! We know you’re ready to brew up some mischief and mayhem. We don’t blame you.

Yes, you can most definitely wear this tee on a first date (bonus points if the date is on Halloween, or at a haunted house). And if they don’t agree, they ain’t the one, hon. Trust us.

Oh my gourd!! How cute is this tee? Wear your favorite fall fruits (yes, they are technically fruits!) all season long, because these guys aren’t just for Halloween.

photography of cat at full moon

It’s spooky season!! Well, close enough anyway. If you’re ready to celebrate all things Halloween but know that wearing your costume out and about would probably be frowned upon right now, we have a solution for you! This Halloween apparel from Jane will let you show off your spooky style while still maintaining appropriate fashion decorum. See our roundup below!

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Who said Halloween has to be scary?? These cute little character tees will definitely keep the creepy monsters away.

You know you’re the real fourth Sanderson sister (one can wish, right?!) and you’re not afraid to show a little family pride. Wear this tee proudly and don’t be ashamed of your ancestry.

For the badass babes, this sweatshirt gives major skeleton biker vibes. We know you’re not afraid of anything!

A pumpkin, a bat, and a witch walk into a bar…we can only assume chaos ensues. But look how sweet they are!! This tee is sure to put a smile on anyone’s face.

Petition to rename fall to “spooky season” since we know that’s all anyone is really thinking about anyway, right?! These tees celebrate the real meaning of fall.

All the Halloween essentials summed up in one sweatshirt. Yes, please!!

A pocket tee with a spooky twist! Keep your boos close to your heart and take them with you wherever you go.

Rock on! Rock ‘n’ roll is the ultimate costume party, but this tee is pretty fierce too.

Let your sweatshirt do all the talking! Plus, this is a lot nicer than yelling “gimme all your candy!!” – manners matter!

The perfect tee for your next GNO (ghouls’ night out)! We know you’re ready to brew up some mischief and mayhem. We don’t blame you.

Yes, you can most definitely wear this tee on a first date (bonus points if the date is on Halloween, or at a haunted house). And if they don’t agree, they ain’t the one, hon. Trust us.

Oh my gourd!! How cute is this tee? Wear your favorite fall fruits (yes, they are technically fruits!) all season long, because these guys aren’t just for Halloween.

Getting dressed up and playing pretend is definitely the best part of Halloween night! Collecting candy comes in a close second, but we love a good costume, especially when it’s a group theme. These family Halloween costumes are fun, frightful, and fabulous. See some of our favorite group costumes below.

Alice in Wonderland

We’re all mad here! And looking fierce in these Alice in Wonderland-themed costumes! Take a trip down the rabbit hole and into wonderland on Halloween and get ready for a magical, wonderful evening with the family.

Justice League

Superheroes to the rescue! Save the world and collect some candy along the way in these powerful Justice League costumes.

M&M’s

Keep it sweet and simple with these cute M&M tees. Everyone can pick their favorite color and embody all the candy-coated shells of this classic chocolate treat.

Scooby Doo

The Mystery Gang is ready to sleuth around and sniff out all the monsters while trick-or-treating. If there’s a mystery to be solved, Scooby and the gang are on the case! Just don’t forget the Scooby Snacks.

Skeletons

Spooky skeletons on the loose! These glow-in-the-dark matching skeleton onesies are cute and comfy, and can even be worn all year round.

Toy Story

To infinity and beyond! Watch these toys come to life and explore the outdoors on Halloween with these fantastic family costumes.

Wizard of Oz

We’re off to see the wizard! Gather your courage, brains, and heart and follow the Yellow Brick Road to all the tricks and treats on Halloween night. Dorothy and crew are ready for an adventure in these adorable costumes.

a family wearing a diy cardboard box mask

Getting dressed up and playing pretend is definitely the best part of Halloween night! Collecting candy comes in a close second, but we love a good costume, especially when it’s a group theme. These family Halloween costumes are fun, frightful, and fabulous. See some of our favorite group costumes below.

Alice in Wonderland

We’re all mad here! And looking fierce in these Alice in Wonderland-themed costumes! Take a trip down the rabbit hole and into wonderland on Halloween and get ready for a magical, wonderful evening with the family.

Justice League

Superheroes to the rescue! Save the world and collect some candy along the way in these powerful Justice League costumes.

M&M’s

Keep it sweet and simple with these cute M&M tees. Everyone can pick their favorite color and embody all the candy-coated shells of this classic chocolate treat.

Scooby Doo

The Mystery Gang is ready to sleuth around and sniff out all the monsters while trick-or-treating. If there’s a mystery to be solved, Scooby and the gang are on the case! Just don’t forget the Scooby Snacks.

Skeletons

Spooky skeletons on the loose! These glow-in-the-dark matching skeleton onesies are cute and comfy, and can even be worn all year round.

Toy Story

To infinity and beyond! Watch these toys come to life and explore the outdoors on Halloween with these fantastic family costumes.

Wizard of Oz

We’re off to see the wizard! Gather your courage, brains, and heart and follow the Yellow Brick Road to all the tricks and treats on Halloween night. Dorothy and crew are ready for an adventure in these adorable costumes.

Yes, we’ve been looking forward to spooky season since September 1st, and we mayyyy have already started to put out our Halloween decor. But we’re almost one month away from the scariest day of the year, and we’re officially ready to rock all this boo-tiful Halloween apparel from Jane! See some of our favorite styles below.

Long Sleeve Tops

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Pair a cozy sweatshirt or long sleeve tee with jeans or leggings and a pair of boots for an absolutely bewitching outfit. Have fun with cute patterns and pumpkins or show your dark side with skulls and skeletons.

Shop the Long Sleeves

Trick or Treat Tee
Trick or Treat Tee
Bat Skull Sweatshirt
Bat Skull Sweatshirt
Hocus Pocus Longsleeve
Hocus Pocus Longsleeve
Halloween Pullover
Halloween Pullover
Plaid Longsleeve Tee
Plaid Longsleeve Tee
Day of the Dead Sweatshirt
Day of the Dead Sweatshirt
Cute Halloween Sweatshirt
Cute Halloween Sweatshirt
Spooky Longsleeve Tee
Spooky Longsleeve Tee
Trick or Treat Tee
Trick or Treat Tee
Bat Skull Sweatshirt
Bat Skull Sweatshirt
Hocus Pocus Longsleeve
Hocus Pocus Longsleeve
Halloween Pullover
Halloween Pullover
Plaid Longsleeve Tee
Plaid Longsleeve Tee
Day of the Dead Sweatshirt
Day of the Dead Sweatshirt
Cute Halloween Sweatshirt
Cute Halloween Sweatshirt
Spooky Longsleeve Tee
Spooky Longsleeve Tee

Short Sleeve Tops

It’s scary how cute these Halloween tees are! Throw one on and pair with a cardigan or jean jacket for a frighteningly fashionable spooky season look.

Shop the Short Sleeves

Disney Halloween Tee
Disney Halloween Tee
Sanderson Sisters Tee
Sanderson Sisters Tee
Succa for Halloween Tee
Succa for Halloween Tee
Pocket Halloween Tee
Pocket Halloween Tee
Hocus Pocus Tee
Hocus Pocus Tee
Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun
Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun
Favorite Halloween Tee
Favorite Halloween Tee
Skeleton Tee
Skeleton Tee
Watercolor Graphic Tee
Watercolor Graphic Tee
Pumpkin Collage Tee
Pumpkin Collage Tee
Disney Halloween Tee
Disney Halloween Tee
Sanderson Sisters Tee
Sanderson Sisters Tee
Succa for Halloween Tee
Succa for Halloween Tee
Pocket Halloween Tee
Pocket Halloween Tee
Hocus Pocus Tee
Hocus Pocus Tee
Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun
Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun
Favorite Halloween Tee
Favorite Halloween Tee
Skeleton Tee
Skeleton Tee
Watercolor Graphic Tee
Watercolor Graphic Tee
Pumpkin Collage Tee
Pumpkin Collage Tee

Yes, we’ve been looking forward to spooky season since September 1st, and we mayyyy have already started to put out our Halloween decor. But we’re almost one month away from the scariest day of the year, and we’re officially ready to rock all this boo-tiful Halloween apparel from Jane! See some of our favorite styles below.

Long Sleeve Tops

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. See full disclosure here.

Pair a cozy sweatshirt or long sleeve tee with jeans or leggings and a pair of boots for an absolutely bewitching outfit. Have fun with cute patterns and pumpkins or show your dark side with skulls and skeletons.

Shop the Long Sleeves

Trick or Treat Tee
Trick or Treat Tee
Bat Skull Sweatshirt
Bat Skull Sweatshirt
Hocus Pocus Longsleeve
Hocus Pocus Longsleeve
Halloween Pullover
Halloween Pullover
Plaid Longsleeve Tee
Plaid Longsleeve Tee
Day of the Dead Sweatshirt
Day of the Dead Sweatshirt
Cute Halloween Sweatshirt
Cute Halloween Sweatshirt
Spooky Longsleeve Tee
Spooky Longsleeve Tee
Trick or Treat Tee
Trick or Treat Tee
Bat Skull Sweatshirt
Bat Skull Sweatshirt
Hocus Pocus Longsleeve
Hocus Pocus Longsleeve
Halloween Pullover
Halloween Pullover
Plaid Longsleeve Tee
Plaid Longsleeve Tee
Day of the Dead Sweatshirt
Day of the Dead Sweatshirt
Cute Halloween Sweatshirt
Cute Halloween Sweatshirt
Spooky Longsleeve Tee
Spooky Longsleeve Tee

Short Sleeve Tops

It’s scary how cute these Halloween tees are! Throw one on and pair with a cardigan or jean jacket for a frighteningly fashionable spooky season look.

Shop the Short Sleeves

Disney Halloween Tee
Disney Halloween Tee
Sanderson Sisters Tee
Sanderson Sisters Tee
Succa for Halloween Tee
Succa for Halloween Tee
Pocket Halloween Tee
Pocket Halloween Tee
Hocus Pocus Tee
Hocus Pocus Tee
Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun
Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun
Favorite Halloween Tee
Favorite Halloween Tee
Skeleton Tee
Skeleton Tee
Watercolor Graphic Tee
Watercolor Graphic Tee
Pumpkin Collage Tee
Pumpkin Collage Tee
Disney Halloween Tee
Disney Halloween Tee
Sanderson Sisters Tee
Sanderson Sisters Tee
Succa for Halloween Tee
Succa for Halloween Tee
Pocket Halloween Tee
Pocket Halloween Tee
Hocus Pocus Tee
Hocus Pocus Tee
Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun
Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun
Favorite Halloween Tee
Favorite Halloween Tee
Skeleton Tee
Skeleton Tee
Watercolor Graphic Tee
Watercolor Graphic Tee
Pumpkin Collage Tee
Pumpkin Collage Tee

Okay, yes, “it’s only August 31st,” you may say. BUT that means we are exactly two months away from Halloween and that definitely seems like the perfect time to start prepping frightful furnishings, cute costumes, and paranormal pranks. Shop all things sweet and spooky from the Jane Halloween Boo-tique to get yourself in a mysterious and mischievous mood. See our roundup of favorites here.

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. See full disclosure here.

Reversible Porch Sign | Witch’s Inn Sign | Itty Bitties Signs | Last Name Pumpkin Sign | Little Things Autumn Tee | Spooky Baseball Cap | Teacher Halloween Sweatshirt | Fall Gnome Set | Autumn Garden Flags | Halloween Ledgie Sets | Leopard Halloween Tees | Spooky Halloween Tees | Halloween Drop Earrings

Witches, wizards, warlocks, and werewolves, this is the shop for you! These Halloween home decor items, apparel, and accessories are terrifyingly terrific…and we want them all. Start by adorning the outside of your home with a porch sign or garden flag, and then decorate the interior with sweet pumpkin signs, witchy warnings, and adorable gnomes. Dress to impress (the ghouls and ghosts, of course) with a bewitching tee or sweatshirt, and complete your look with a wicked accessory like a baseball cap or dangling earrings.

Shop the entire Halloween boo-tique here.

Shop the Boo-tique

Halloween Drop Earrings
Halloween Drop Earrings
Spooky Halloween Tees
Spooky Halloween Tees
Leopard Halloween Tees
Leopard Halloween Tees
Halloween Ledgie Sets
Halloween Ledgie Sets
Autumn Garden Flags
Autumn Garden Flags
Fall Gnome Set
Fall Gnome Set
Teacher Halloween Sweatshirts
Teacher Halloween Sweatshirts
Spooky Baseball Cap
Spooky Baseball Cap
Little Things Autumn Tee
Little Things Autumn Tee
Last Name Pumpkin Sign
Last Name Pumpkin Sign
Itty Bitties Signs
Itty Bitties Signs
Witch’s Inn Sign
Witch’s Inn Sign
Reversible Porch Sign
Reversible Porch Sign

halloween flat lay

Okay, yes, “it’s only August 31st,” you may say. BUT that means we are exactly two months away from Halloween and that definitely seems like the perfect time to start prepping frightful furnishings, cute costumes, and paranormal pranks. Shop all things sweet and spooky from the Jane Halloween Boo-tique to get yourself in a mysterious and mischievous mood. See our roundup of favorites here.

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. See full disclosure here.

Reversible Porch Sign | Witch’s Inn Sign | Itty Bitties Signs | Last Name Pumpkin Sign | Little Things Autumn Tee | Spooky Baseball Cap | Teacher Halloween Sweatshirt | Fall Gnome Set | Autumn Garden Flags | Halloween Ledgie Sets | Leopard Halloween Tees | Spooky Halloween Tees | Halloween Drop Earrings

Witches, wizards, warlocks, and werewolves, this is the shop for you! These Halloween home decor items, apparel, and accessories are terrifyingly terrific…and we want them all. Start by adorning the outside of your home with a porch sign or garden flag, and then decorate the interior with sweet pumpkin signs, witchy warnings, and adorable gnomes. Dress to impress (the ghouls and ghosts, of course) with a bewitching tee or sweatshirt, and complete your look with a wicked accessory like a baseball cap or dangling earrings.

Shop the entire Halloween boo-tique here.

Shop the Boo-tique

Halloween Drop Earrings
Halloween Drop Earrings
Spooky Halloween Tees
Spooky Halloween Tees
Leopard Halloween Tees
Leopard Halloween Tees
Halloween Ledgie Sets
Halloween Ledgie Sets
Autumn Garden Flags
Autumn Garden Flags
Fall Gnome Set
Fall Gnome Set
Teacher Halloween Sweatshirts
Teacher Halloween Sweatshirts
Spooky Baseball Cap
Spooky Baseball Cap
Little Things Autumn Tee
Little Things Autumn Tee
Last Name Pumpkin Sign
Last Name Pumpkin Sign
Itty Bitties Signs
Itty Bitties Signs
Witch’s Inn Sign
Witch’s Inn Sign
Reversible Porch Sign
Reversible Porch Sign