All you need is a few fun items from Party City to make these spooktacular treats and decorations for your home this Halloween. These 5 hacks are so simple and kids can help make most of them too. Monster CookiesSupplies:Cookies (available in-store)Wilton Flat Candy EyeballsWilton White Decorating IcingInstructions:Attach eyeballs to colored cookies using decorator icing. Cotton Candy Ghosts and SkeletonsSupplies:Vanilla Cotton Candy 12pcPermanent markerInstructions:Draw ghost and skeleton faces on the front of individual vanilla cotton candy tubs. Specimen JarsSupplies:Mini Bones 18ctGreen & Black Snakes 28ctBlack Spiders 28ctSquishy Eyeballs 12ctMini Skulls 18ctMeat Market Props 12pcBlack Halloween Creepy ClothJarsGreen food dyeHair gelBeige nettingCordInstructions:Place bones, snakes, spiders, squishy eyeballs, and body parts into jars.For items that tend to float, mix 1/3 part hair gel with 2/3 parts water and a drop of green food dye into a jug. The hair gel will help keep smaller light items from floating to the top of the jar.For everything else you can just add a drop of green food dye to water to fill your jars.Cut pieces of cloth and netting and place them over the jar lids. Tie them in place with cord. Halloween LollipopsSupplies:White Swirly Lollipops 24pcTissue Paper – green, black, orange, red, and whiteBlack Curling RibbonPermanent markerInstructions:Cut square pieces of tissue paper (doubled over). Fold it over the lollipop and tie in place with black curling ribbon.For the goblin and Dracula lollipops cut a rectangular piece of black tissue paper to make a cape before tying.Draw a face onto your lollipop using a permanent marker. Skull LightsSupplies:Mini Skulls 18ctWhite Tealight Flameless LED Candles 12ctBlack Halloween Creepy ClothDrill and drill bitsInstructions:Drill a hole the size of the flame on the candle into the base of the skull.Cut a small piece of creepy cloth and place it over the candle, and then put the skull on top.Turn on your candle and watch your skull glow.