October 29, 2013

Easiest Halloween craft/meal for kids

I have tons of these glass milk bottles sitting around after using them for parties.  
I decided to do this EASY peasy Halloween craft with Rosie. I then found the cutest black and white bow-tie pasta at Tj-Maxx, so we made it into a fun Halloween themed meal too!
Simply just draw your desired shapes/faces on the glass bottles with Sharpie, Yes- I said Sharpie!
(I will explain the quick how to remove Sharpie at the end of this post)

It's so easy for your kids to do themselves,  
shhhh... just don't tell Rosie I gave her a dry-erase marker

Someone really liked the pumpkin juice better than the ghost - figures........

I love these little Jack-O-lantern teeth!
And we had a spill...........
I couldn't help posting this photo, it was too funny!

** So, I love the Sharpie on glass trick, it's so easy. 
Just draw on the glass with your Sharpie. When you are ready to remove it, color over the Sharpie already on the glass and wipe immediately with a paper towel or cloth. Sharpie removes Sharpie!
You might have to do it a few times, but mine came right off, I also wiped with a damp cloth after to remove any little specs.


  1. Blakely, you are the cutest thing there had ever been.

  2. Dry erase over sharpie work better to erase permanent marker. I use it in my classroom everyday guilt free :)