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Autumn is here

It’s Time for cozy dinners and hanging out at home.

After the brightness of summer, it is high time to light the candles, cook some comfort food and snuggle up at home together with friends and loved ones.

Trick or treat?
Halloween is the time for kids to have spooky fun. Send out some invites a to party and let the kids use their creativity by cutting a pasting. Our paper plates can easily be turned into monsters and scary bats. Or why not make a spooky ghost out of white napkins?

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Black and orange baking

You don’t have to spend hours forming marzipan pumpkins to create magical Halloween treats. Chocolate cupcakes with orange icing have the perfect colour scheme. For the final touch, add orange candies and store-bought Halloween sprinkles.

Supernatural napkins

For a dinner that’s as stylish as it is scary, invite Count Dracula to the table. It’s easy to turn a tuxedo napkin-fold into a vampire’s jacket. Just add some creepy accessories, like plastic fangs, decorative spider webs, or maybe a blood-red rose.

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Tigers, monsters and more

Making paper plate masks is a great way to keep things simple and involve your kids. Cut out eyes and attach a string, then let their imagination run wild. Unlike store-bought masks, their costume promises to be totally original.

Spooky and sweet

These ghosts have a sweet surprise. They’re made by tying a white napkin around a lollipop, then adding a face with a marker. Let the kids make them at a Halloween party, or make them in advance and delight your trick-or-treaters.

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