Happy Halloween and favorite Halloween riddles!

Happy Halloween! I hope you have a day full of sweet surprises, silly spooks, and wonderful witches. I figure you all have a jam-packed day today, so I am skipping a tutorial and instead, sharing a dozen favorite, family-friendly Halloween riddles. I’ve also linked up a couple of projects from a while back that will help you repurpose all of those candy wrappers coming your way soon!

Funny Halloween riddles, family friendly. CraftsnCoffee.com.

Q. Why do skeletons have low self-esteem?

A. They have no body to love.

Q.Why don’t mummies take time off?

A. They’re afraid to unwind.

Q. What do you get when you cross a vampire and a snowman?

A. Frostbite.

Q. What’s a ghoul’s favorite bean?

A. A human bean.

Q. What is a ghost’s favorite painting?

A. The Moan-a Lisa.

Q. What is a ghost’s favorite sandwich?

A. Boo-loney.

Q. What do ghosts take when they have a cough?

A. Coffin drops.

Q. What do ghosts chew?

A. Boo-ble gum.

Q. Where does a ghost go on vacation?

A. Mali-boo.

Q. What is a witch’s favorite game?

A. Hide and shriek.

Q. What is a witch’s favorite drink?

A. Apple spider.

Ha, ha! Once the candy’s gone, you can have some crafty fun with the candy wrappers. Kathleen George repurposed candy wrappers and made a Candy Wrapper Picture Frame.

DIY Repurposed candy bar wrapper picture frame

You can complete the ensemble and make a Candy Wrapper Pencil Cube, too.

DIY a pencil cube using recycled candy wrappers and a Styrofoam cube

Happy haunting!


P.S. One last laugh for the day . . . Anyone giving out these little snack packs tonight? 🙂

Halloween humor

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14 Responses to Happy Halloween and favorite Halloween riddles!

  1. Happy belated Halloween! Poor Jenna! She went to a couple houses and then got sick to her tummy and came home, cleaned up and curled up on our bed and fell asleep till morning! It seems like the world ga it in for her lately!she kept asking me this morning why bad stuff happens to her all the time. I told her because God knows she is strong enough to take it!

    • Sharon says:

      Awww! It’s so hard when they’re so little. She’ll have many more fun Halloweens, but you can’t tell her that, can you? I’m sure Santa will take extra special care of her this year . . . I hope she’s had a better week! Happy crafting you two! Sharon

  2. We handed out little packs of pretzels tonight! I do not think the salad packages would go over well, unless you added Ranch dressing! Happy Halloween! Happy All Saints Day!

    • Sharon says:

      Ha, ha, isn’t that always the case with salad — it’s the add-ons that get you in to trouble! I’ve known people who hand out toothbrushes on Halloween 😦 Not fun! I hope you had an evening full of treats and no tricks, Angie! Sharon

  3. The skeleton one is my favorite! 😉

  4. Debbie Kaste says:

    Love the candy wrapper picture frame and pencil holder but what kid would want a mini salad? LOL!!! Now I heard it all…

  5. Katiria says:

    OMG So funny! Thanks for bringing a smile to my face as always.

    • Sharon says:

      Happy Halloween and you are welcome! I hope it’s been a spirited day for you. Did your daughter love her costume? I bet she looked adorable! Who went as the beast? Sharon

  6. LisaM6 says:

    What a good laugh for today. We don’t get trick or treaters at our house. I can see making the candy wrapper frame. Great ideas! Happy Halloween!

    • Sharon says:

      😄 Those salad snack packs are a hoot! Do your kids go to a trick or trunk event? Have them save the wrappers! I hope it’s been a fun Halloween! Sharon

  7. annehaun says:

    I think I would prefer the mini salads over candy- am not a big candy person!! Happy Halloween to you Sharon.

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