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Graveyard Cookie Jar

This is one dessert you'll be dying to dig into! Fill a large glass cookie jar with crumbs from your favorite chocolate cake along with white chocolate bones. Layer in tombstone sugar cookies decorated with gray, black, and purple royal icing. Pipe in tufts of grass using green-tinted buttercream. Push in a cemetery sign made from card stock and painted wood skewers for an added touch of Halloween spirit.

What you'll need: Skeleton candy molds ($2; wilton.com); Tombstone cookie cutter ($2; cookiecutter.com); Cross cookie cutter ($2; cookiecutter.com); Card stock ($12 for 50 sheets; amazon.com); Wood skewers ($4 for 100; amazon.com)

26 Cheap and Easy Last-Minute Halloween Party Ideas

The National Retail Federation recently predicted that Americans will spend nearly $75 per person on Halloween this year. That's one scary statistic for your wallet! Fear not: The following party tips will help you stay on budget while having a spooktacularly fun time.

From Woman's Day

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