Spooky Halloween cocktails
Give your Halloween party guests a scare with these ghostly bottles of boos.
Create these creepy cocktails for Halloween by painting candy melt ghosts on the insides of glass bottles. Party guests will be aghast at how those frightening faces got in there. Don't forget to top them off with custom labels for a little extra giggle.
Bottles of "boos"
Ingredients and supplies:
Outline faces on bottles
With a washable marker, draw spooky faces on the front of your glass bottles for guidelines.
Melt candy melts
Melt small amounts of black and white candy melts (separately) in the microwave until smooth.
Paint faces inside bottles
Paint your spooky faces inside the glass bottles, using your guidelines on front. Remember, if you have white eyes with black circles, you will need to paint the white first, allow it to dry and then paint over it with black. The same applies if you have black eyes and want white circles.
Let faces dry
After painting, lay the bottles flat on the counter to dry and harden. You can also speed up the process by putting them in the refrigerator. Be sure to wipe off the marker guidelines on the front of the bottles with a wet paper towel.
Print out labels
Print and cut out labels. You can glue these to the tops of drinking straws or stick them on the front of your bottles.
Fill bottles with cocktails
Fill your bottles with chilled, colored cocktails by using a ratio of 3:1 (three parts colored beverage to one part clear liquor). To make white bottles of boos, use pina colada mix with rum. To make black, use cola with rum. To make green, use Mountain Dew and vodka. Enjoy!
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