Throw a Halloween BashHalloween is just a few weeks away and let me tell ya, you can find everything you need for a howlin’ good time at Dollar Tree! Candy for trick-or-treaters? Costume accessories for your kids? Even fun decorations and party supplies? Dollar Tree has it all… and the best part is that stocking up on essentials won’t cost a hair-raising fortune!

This year, my kid’s wanted to throw a spooky Halloween party and invite all of their friends. I didn’t want to spend a fortune on party supplies, so I went to the one place I can always count on when I am in a pinch… my local Dollar Tree! They have a huge variety of party supplies all for just $1 each. I was even able to grab a few additional crafts and supplies to make my kid’s party extra spooky. Check out some of my spooktacular ideas below!

Stock Up on The Basic Spooky Supplies:

  • 18-ct. Paper Plates or Printed Napkins
  • 14-ct. 9-oz. Paper Cups
  • 54×108″ Tablecovers
  • 48-ct. Assorted Plastic Cutlery

For the party table, I used  a variety of Dollar Tree’s tablecovers to start my look. I used their lime green and purple tablecovers since they added color to my table! I then used a variety of Halloween paper banners, colorful pom-pom banners, solid-color and Halloween printed party plates, cups, napkins, and cutlery. I even took Dollar Tree’s solid-color streamers to create a backdrop behind my table.

Tissue Paper Monsters

Looking to add an extra spooky element to your party décor? Make these hauntingly simple tissue paper monsters using purple and black tissue paper pom-poms and giant eyeballs!

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Creepy Crawly Spider Accents

Using orange balloons, chenille stems, witch hats, and googly eyes, I was able to create these adorable mini spiders to display across my tablescape. They added an extra creepy look to my table and the kid’s loved them!

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Take a Bite Out of These Delicious Treats

As a sweet treat for the kid’s, I grabbed donuts from my local bakery. I wanted to spook them out, so I decided to take plastic fangs from Dollar Tree and added them to the top of each donut. The kid’s had so much fun eating their treat and the adults thought it was an adorable idea!

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Looking for more sweet ideas for your Halloween party? Create your own Halloween popcorn bar that everyone will just die for!

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