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DIY Halloween Baby Shower Ideas for Boys

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If you’re throwing a party for your little nightmare this October then these are great ideas for a Halloween Baby Shower. Of course many of the ideas can be used for a spooky themed birthday party too.

1. Baby Pumpkins

A simple but adorable idea and works great as a photo prop. Simply place a pacifier in the pumpkin and draw a face. You can add items like a baby hat or ribbons for extra authenticity.

2. Bat Wings

3. Belly Cake

4. Candy Corn Bottles

These make great favors to hand out. Purchase a batch of dolls bottles and add sweets such as candy corn.

5. Cheese Monsters

Make these edible monsters using Mini Babybel cheeses and cut scary faces into them. Add googly eyes and your monster is complete.
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6. Expecting a Nightmare Cake

7. Halloween Baby Diaper Cake

8. Halloween Baby Shower Cookies

These cookies will go down a treat. Buy Halloween themed cookie cutters and use a basic recipe for sugar cookies or pre-made dough. Ice in colors such as orange and white.

9. Halloween Corsages

10. Halloween Mason Jar Centerpiece

11. Mummy Baby Bump Cake

12. Nightmare Before Christmas Diaper Cake

This Diaper Cake would make an ideal centerpiece for your fall baby shower. Use cardboard to cut out 3 different sized circles for each tier of your cake. Roll diapers and secure with elastic bands to fill each tier. Use Halloween themed paper and ribbons for the trim.

13. Pumpkin Backdrop

14. Halloween Baby Shower Pumpkins

A very sweet idea as a centerpiece and so easy to make. Simply paint 3 pumpkins in white and paint each with the letters b,o and y .

15. Pumpkin Cake Pops

These cake pops are almost too cute to eat. You’ll need white and orange candy melts for the frosting.

16. Pumpkin Shaped Veggie Platter

Satisfy the vegetarians at your party with this veggie platter shaped like a pumpkin.

17. Witches Brooms

This peanut butter treat is sure to satisfy all the sweet toothes. You’ll need mini reeces peanut butter cups and pretzels to recreate this idea.
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