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1. Ghosts in the Night
There are three relatively easy and cheap ways to make ghosts. White plastic garbage bags can be opened, a ball of wadded up newspaper stuffed into the head area, then a rubber band used to secure the neck. You … Read More
When it comes to carving pumpkins, there are no rules. You can make a silly pumpkin, a scary pumpkin, or a traditionally carved pumpkin. But with so many possibilities, what are you supposed to do with all of those leftover pumpkin seeds? … Read More
Even if this mock farmer doesn’t frighten the birds, he’s guaranteed to make the neighbors smile!
Tip: Decorate your scarecrow’s clothes and hat before putting them on. Spoons, cloth patches and decorative stitching make amusing … Read More
Add sparkle to this year’s Halloween crafts with glitter. Here are 5 easy glitter craft projects to kick off your Halloween and catch your trick-or-treater’s attention.
Spooky Witch Ornament
These fun, whimsical ornaments are the … Read More
Need a stencil for your Jack-o’-Lantern? Print one of our 27 pumpkin carving patterns.
Step-by-Step Pumpkin Carving Guide
12 Free Printable Pumpkin Carving Stencils
There’s pumpkin carving and then there’s extreme pumpkin carving. Artist and sculptor Ray Villafane, a two-time winner of the Food Network’sChallenge: Outrageous Pumpkins, , shares his top tips for going beyond the traditional and into the … Read More
1. The best candy is often at the bottom of the bowl.
2. After saying, “Trick or treat!” ask, “How many can I have?”
3. Third graders do not need flashlights.
4. After being handed a piece of candy, always look back in the bowl… Read More
You must mix each batch separately rather than doubling the recipe. You can unmold the first cake and bake a second right away, or you can bake one cake earlier and freeze it for later use, (Cool it completely and double-wrap it in … Read More
Make Colored Paste
Liquid food coloring that comes in the little 4-pack of red, blue, green, and yellow is a standard pantry item in many households. But if you want more intense shades of color – such as orange or… Read More
The tentacles are made from purchased marzipan, an almond paste available in the baking section of most supermarkets. Marzipan provides a sort of ready-to-eat play dough that you can color green by kneading in paste coloring. I strongly… Read More