Munchkins and Mayhem

Munchkins & Mayhem

A Kids Crafts Blog

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Mother's Day Kids Crafts

Woman’s Day has some pretty cute kids crafts listed for Mother’s Day.


A Curlicue Card

For Mom’s Eyes Only card – it’s a secret message she has to reveal

And a Home and Family Portrait

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Boo Boo Packs

“Bye-bye boo-boos! Place this magical little pouch in the freezer and the next time your child gets a bump, a bruise, or even hurt feelings, take it out and all their worries will disappear”.

Friday, March 20, 2009

Birthday Banner Tutorial

If you would like to make a birthday banner please visit Katydid and Kid. She has a step-by-step tutorial.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Cover Your Cords

Exposed cords can be a big problem with kids.

But, with a little mod podge, scrapbook paper and paper towel rolls you can make a cord cover.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Cooking Party

Invite: 5-6 friends

Guests to bring: pyjamas, sleeping bag and pillow

Party: Teach the children how to cook their own party snacks. They get to enjoy eating their own cooking while watching a movie and then pillow fights galore, painting of nails, hair being done and hopefully a little sleeping will be had.

Host supplies: Food for cooking, a movie and a gift bag for each child attending.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Ghostly Treats

Megan's munchies has the cutest ghostly cereal treats. They were even published on!

Get the instructions here:

Teach mama has a great way to turn a frozen banana into a spooky ghost.  All you need is to dip them in white chocolate. 

Get the instructions here:

Beautifully wonderful life uses a cookie to make her spooky ghosts.

Get the instructions here:

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Halloween Food - Part 1

These are all super easy to make and perfect for Halloween parties.

Dead Man's Meatloaf 
You can find the recipe here, (the original recipe is by Lucy Monroe author of Creepy Cuisine) but I normally make my own meatloaf, mould it into the shape of a body, pour a tomato based pasta sauce over the top and bake it for about an hour on 350F.  I found the ghoulish mask at a Halloween store and popped a knife in the chest.

For the life of me I can't find the website that I initially snaffled this idea from (I truly hate it when I don't save things), but I've been carrying this idea around for a couple of years and it's always been a hit.  It's a fabulous healthy alternative for a party.  I do remember that whoever had come up with this had used the Land O Lakes spooky hot cheese dip, but I was a little lazier and purchased a couple of tubs of my favorite dip instead.
*UPDATE - Check out Skeleton dip, it's featured on The Crafty Crow
*UPDATE 2 - Dead Man's Meatloaf and Skeleton dip, featured on All About You - Wacky Halloween Recipes

All you need to make these creepy fingers is hot dogs, refrigerated biscuit dough and sliced almonds.  You can find the recipe here.  Don't forget to put out some blood tomato sauce or ketchup fo
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