Make It Monday- Ghostly Grub


If you’ve read my blog of any amount of time, you must have anticipated this post!  Ghostly Grub takes my basic party popcorn and turns it into a yummy Halloween treat made with some spooky ingredients.
You Need
Spider Eggs- white popcorn
Skeleton bones- pretzel sticks
pumpkin poop- orange sixlets (you can also use M&M’s)
bat droppings– black sixlets
orange and black sprinkles
white melting candies
I bought a bag of individually wrapped orange and black sixlets Halloween candy.
Follow the basic party popcorn recipe found here

Serve the mix in a big bowl or individually wrap to give as cute gifts to neighbors, teachers, co workers, you name it!  The tag as always is yours for free  here 
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Pin your favorite way to wrap the Ghostly Grub!  Thanks so much for reading.  After styling two parties a week apart (LOVED them! and can’t wait to share), I am off to a restful week.  Hope you are too.



  1. says

    I’m a follower every way I can be, and would love the tag ( I just made “patriotic popcorn” as the adult favors for my son’t 1st birthday party…we did a Red, White, & One vintage Americana theme :} Everyone loved the popcorn! Thanks!

  2. says

    Hi Jenny ;)
    What a great idea! Especially for Class parties where there are a lot of kids with peanut allergies. As always, thank you for being You! Loving Baby B’s first birthday too! Everyone needs to get over to Project Nursery and vote for you! Continue to follow you everywhere and would very much enjoy this tag. Email is
    Best Wishes,

  3. says

    WOW! I just found your blog and I am so jazzed! YOU ROCK, girl! I am now following you on Pinterest, I liked you on Facebook, too. I signed up for your emails because I am so excited to follow you. Thank you so much for helping out the challenged like me. Love, love, love your ideas!

  4. says

    Cute and yummy! My weekly linky party–One Creative Weekend–has gone spooky this week in honor of my thirteenth party. If you haven’t already, I hope you’ll visit “One Creative Weekend” on (open every Fri-Wed) and link up this idea and anything else you’d like to share. (You can include non-Halloween posts as well, but feel free to link up as many Halloween-themed posts as you like.) There are two categories—one for Halloween and one for everything else.

  5. Anonymous says

    just found your site. great ideas. How do I print the label? Try this with dipping bugles into red and white to make Santa hats for Xmas. KR

  6. Anonymous says

    I would love the label but do not want my email address to appear for all to see. It seems that is the only way possible as opposed to other blog sites you are able to just have your name appear and email address anonymous. Thanks!


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