It’s rare to find a place where you can catch some sleep, hide treasure, or bury a body based on need. Coffins are really a multi-use item that you could use year round, though I suspect you might not. Do not fret! I have ideas to enjoy the creepiness without the eternal commitment. For now.
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This terrormisu (get it?) looks delicious. It’s from this amazing book by La Carmina called Cute Yummy Time: 70 Recipes for the Cutest Food You’ll Ever Eat inspired by the adorable recipes found in Japanese Bento boxes.
These coffins are a little occupied, but I’m sure you won’t mind. Instructions provided by Sugar Kissed in vivid technicolor.
This really ingenious Butterfinger Bark recipe from Jen’s Favorite Cookies uses only 3 ingredients and candy corn is one of them. How novel!
Almond Brownie Coffins from Martha Stewart are a classy end to any meal.
How about a delicious savory coffin canape? Via Huffington Post.
For an easier and more fun version, this little bread coffin houses some delicious dip that the skeleton will just have to share. Via Celebrations at Home.
Say hello to the holiday with this DIY Chalkboard from The Ladybird Blog.
Can you believe that Screaming Scarecrow made this creepy coffin from a cardboard box!
How about this pretty stained version of a toe-pincher coffin from The House of Smiths?
This smart idea from Oh So Beautiful Paper demarks items on the buffet table. It would also be a great idea for place settings.
These little stamped coffins are actually envelopes that you could put small treats in. I like the idea of using them to put in invitations to the Halloween party. Via Nice People Stamp!
These little cardstock coffins are perfect party favor holders. Via Whiff of Joy.