Two Ingredient Halloween Punch Recipe

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Halloween is such a fun time of year and it’s the perfect holiday for parties with people of all ages! This easy 2 ingredient recipe will satisfy your sweet tooth without breaking the budget. Make your Halloween sweet and spooky and click through for the details!

Ahhhh Halloween. It really is one of my favorite holidays! Whether you’re a kid or an adult, a scaredy cat or a thrill seeker, there are tons of ways to celebrate Halloween. You can watch a scary movie, dress up in costume, decorate your mantle with creepy potions and skulls (which is what mine looks like right now) or you can just make a delicious Halloween – themed treat! Today I’m sharing a really simple Halloween-inspired recipe that’s delicious and easy. It’s the perfect way to satisfy that trick-or-treat sweet tooth. What more could you ask for?
Here’s what you need:
  • Fanta® (any flavor – there are 8 to choose from! Orange, Grape, Strawberry, Pineapple, Grapefruit, Apple, Peach and Cherry)
  • Sherbet (again, any flavor!)
  • A cup or glass (for each person you’re serving)
  • A large punch bowl or container (if you’re making a big batch)
  • Ladle or spoon for serving
  • Optional: gummy worms, plastic eyeballs, ice cube trays, plastic insects

I grabbed my Fanta at Family Dollar – they have 2 liter bottles and cans with Halloween packaging designed by Noma Bar that is SO cute! Click here to locate your nearest Family Dollar store. Oh and get this – you can save $1 when you buy (1) Fanta 12-pack 12oz cans AND (1) Red Baron pizza 12oz or larger, with digital Smartcoupon at Family Dollar (10/24/16 – 10/31/16)


Here’s what to do:
  1. If possible, chill your Fanta before the party. (Optional, but I prefer starting with it cold already)
  2. If you’re making a large batch, pour your 2 liter of Fanta into the bowl/container a few minutes before your guests arrive. If you’re just making one glass, fill your glass up about halfway with Fanta.
  3. Next, add your sherbet! Honestly, you don’t have to be super precise with the measurements, but a ratio of about 2 parts Fanta to 1 part sherbet works well. If you want your punch to be extra frothy, add more sherbet.
  4. Come up with a fun name for your punch! Here are a few ideas – “Witches Brew,” “Ghost Goo,” “Brain Stew” or “Guts Soup” (that last one is pretty gross but it could work, depending on the crowd)! If you have time, make a cute little sign or label to go on or next to your punch. I just used my computer printer to print on some clear labels I already had at my house. Even if you don’t have time for a sign, I would still come up with a name you can use when you describe it to your guests!
  5. Lastly….make your punch fun! Add in eyeballs, insects frozen into ice cubes, or gummy worms – or if you’re like me, use all three! The possibilities are endless so get creative. Just make sure to serve your punch with a straw so there’s not a choking hazard.

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Don’t forget to pick up your Fanta at Family Dollar and save even more with this Smartcoupon (10/24/16-10/31/16)!

  • What’s your favorite way to celebrate Halloween?
  • What’s your favorite flavor of Fanta?


EASY Cat Halloween Makeup Tutorial

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You’ve seen my love for Halloween and dressing up here and here – so I figure why not treat you to another Halloween post?! Not sure what to dress up as? I’ve got you covered – this costume is actually perfect for any age or gender! I have to laugh a little at myself because this costume always reminds me of Mean Girls – “I’m a mouse, duh.” But I think taking a little extra time on the makeup to get the perfect cat face really puts this one over the top! The good news is, you’ll probably already have everything you need in your makeup case and closet! Except maybe cat ears, but of course I have an inexpensive solution for that too!Easiest Halloween costume ever! Click through for a tutorial on this adorable cat makeup using makeup you (probably) already have! Just add cat ears and your cat costume is complete! | Halloween costume ideas | easy Halloween costume | cat Halloween costume | last minute costume ideaIMG_2633web

The Outfit:

Keep it simple! All black will do just fine – leggings, pants, leotard….whatever you already have! I chose to go with black leggings and a short sleeved black t shirt. Shoes don’t really matter much, to be honest. I threw on heels for fun (even though they’re navy!) but if I was wearing this for a longer period of time I would wear black flats or sneakers. Just make it blend with the rest of your outfit.

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The Ears:

I bought my ears at the Target dollar section about a month ago, I haven’t seen them recently at Target but it might be worth a shot. If not, make your own! I found this SUPER cute tutorial – it says to sew the ears but to be honest I’d just use some hot glue and call it done! Click here for the tutorial!


The Makeup:

Here’s what you’ll need to create this look –

  • your normal foundation and under eye concealer
  • black eyeliner (waterproof pencil and liquid) (suggested liquid eyeliner, pencil eyeliner)
  • matte brown eyeshadow – you want matte because you’re going to use this shadow to contour (use black if your skin tone is much darker than mine)
  • black lipliner – you can also use pencil eyeliner, you’ll just want to clean it with a makeup wipe before putting it on your lips (suggested lipliner, currently out of stock online)
  • a small/medium brush to blend out your nose and cheek contour (something like this brush or a little larger will work just fine)
  • eyebrow pencil or whatever you usually fill them with – if you don’t usually fill them, check out my tutorial here then just use the same matte brown shadow we’re using for everything else
  • translucent powder (suggested powder)
  • concealer that’s lighter than your skin tone (suggested concealer)
  • blush (optional)
  • nude or light pink lip color (optional)


And here’s what to do! It’s a lot of steps but hopefully I made it clear enough. Feel free to leave a comment if there’s something that doesn’t make sense!!!

  1. Apply foundation like normal, but make sure to cover your lips as well. Give the foundation ample time to dry before you do anything else!
  2. Fill in your eyebrows – don’t forget to check out this tutorial if you don’t know how!
  3. Lightly apply the translucent powder all over your face to set your foundation and eyebrows.
  4. Use a shading brush to define your eye crease – just get some product on the brush and sweep it back and forth along the crease. If you’re not comfortable with applying eye shadow, you can always skip this step, I just like to give the eyes a little more dimension.
  5. Using the pencil eyeliner, line all the way around your eyes as evenly as possible. Then go back and tightline your upper and lower waterlines – the upper is kind of irritating so if you’re not comfortable with that just do the lower! This step IS optional but it’s going to REALLY make your eyes pop so try to do it if you can!
  6. Use your small/medium brush to slowly trace along the outside edge of your nose. Just keep adding small amounts and blending until you get the look you’d like. Also continue over your eyebrows that you filled in. You want it to basically trace from the outermost edge of your eyebrow to the bottom of your nose.
  7. Take your concealer and make a line down the middle of your nose and carefully blend. This just helps define the nose even more than the shading on the outside. You should start to see a bit of a cat face now!
  8. Back to the eyes – now’s time for the hardest part but you’ve got this! Take your liquid liner (or pencil if you have it, your eyes just won’t be quite as sharp) and draw a straight line from where your eyeliner is on the corner of your eye already straight out towards your eyebrow. You can make it pretty dang long – we want this to be an exaggerated look. Then just use your best judgment to clean up the liner – you might need to do another line to make it more of a “triangle,” if that makes sense at all. If not, watch one of the many tutorials on winged liner and just do an exaggerated/larger version for your cat eye.
  9. To make your eyes look more like a costume, you also want to give yourself an inner wing (I made that up, please don’t embarrass yourself by calling it that in front of anyone else). Take your liquid liner and just extend the line from the inner corner of your eye in towards your nose. It might take a few tries to get the angle right so have some makeup wipes handy! You can always touch the brown shadow contour back up.
  10. The hard part’s done! Take your black pencil eyeliner and draw in a nose. I like to keep mine pretty small! Then use that liner and draw a vertical line down between your nostrils to your cupids bow.
  11. Either wipe off your eyeliner with a makeup wipe OR use your black lip liner to fill in your top lip ONLY. Start by just lining it and then fill the whole lip. Don’t worry if your lines aren’t perfect, you can always clean them up with some concealer!
  12. Draw two curved lines on either side of your mouth with the lip or eyeliner (doesn’t really matter). I’m not going to explain this further, you know what they look like.
  13. Use the pencil liner to draw in your whiskers! I like to do them more between my nose and mouth instead of across the WHOLE cheek but you can do whatever you prefer
  14. I like to add a little blush and contouring on my cheeks but this is totally optional. You can also go back in with a powder highlighter under your eyes (down to where the whiskers start) and down the middle of your nose to give more definition.
  15. Another optional step is to put a nude or light pink color on your bottom lip. You want it to be something that REALLY sets so you don’t have any transferring onto your top lip!
  16. FINALLY add some false eyelashes if you’re comfortable with them OR just pile on the mascara. Define those eyes, girl!!!

You’re finished! Wasn’t that easy?