Introduction: DIY Fall Sleepover! Fun Activities, Treats, and More!
Having sleepovers is so much fun!! Fall themed ones are even better! Find out some fun things to do, yummy treats, and more to have fun with your friend this fall!!
Step 1: Paint Your Nails Fall Colors!
Painting nails are PERFECT for a fall sleepover, which means fall colors are the best option for the season! Pick out some cute nail polishes with your friend and paint away!!
Step 2: Make a Pumpkin Face Mask!
All you have to do is mix 3 tablespoons of pumpkin puree with 1 tablespoon of honey, and 2 spoonfuls of milk. Then, just stir it up, and have fun putting it on your face with your friend. Pumpkin is moisturizing and good for your skin, and it feels amazing!! Let is sit for 15-20 minutes and take some selfies with your temporary orange face!! It also tastes like pumpkin pie.....so yummy :)
Step 3: Watch a Fall Movie!
My friend and I decided to watch the Nightmare Before Christmas. It's perfect for that in between time of Halloween and Christmas. It's fun to get cozy and settle in to a nice movie!
Step 4: Make Carmel Apple Bites!
These are super yummy and perfect for a fall sleepover! Just gather some cut up slices of apple and whatever toppings you like! We chose candy corn M&Ms and mini chocolate chips. Next, just dip your apple in some carmel, and go crazy on the toppings. These are adorable and they taste so good!!
Step 5: Have a Fall Photoshoot!!
This is by far one of the most fun things to do with your friend. Go out in the nature and take some pretty pictures with beautiful fall leaves in the background. Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons, so take advantage of it! Not to mention, you will get some pretty cool pics for Instagram or just plain old memories :)
Step 6: That's It!
This sleepover was SO much fun and you guys should definitely try it out too!! If you want to see more, make sure to subscribe to my Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/MiniLucie3/videos
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