Celebrate this spook holiday with costumes, candy, cocktails, and more.
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Odd noises? Creepy voices? Scary visions? This Halloween, learn why your house is acting possessed. (Hint: It's probably not ghosts.)
It’s scary how quickly Halloween creeps up on us. Looking for a low-maintenance disguise? This set, which includes six paint sticks, nine different stencils, and two sponge applicators, is all you need for making creative, not-so-frightening faces.
Cyclops Micro Hat Clip Light: This angled LED clip is an effortless way to temporarily put a light bulb on your (thinking) cap. The top mount design allows you to simply attach the clip to your headgear.
Mini Dynamo LED Flashlight: For a light that just won’t quit, keep this petite rechargeable helper on hand and, with a quick wind-up, it will deliver light in a pinch.
Solar-Powered Illuminating Water Bottle: The BPA-free bottle has a solar powered lid (four bright LEDs are sealed inside the cap), which illuminates the liquid inside while also eliminating battery frenzy.
Halloween Wooden Ice Scream Spoons: Swap everyday silverware with wooden spoons that’ll make ice cream scooping so much more delightful.
Woodhouse Chocolate Eyeball Truffles: Grownups will love these spooky truffles filled with flavored ganache including brown butter and raspberry.
Flexi Flash: This pliable silicone light is sleek enough to go nearly unnoticed, yet lends a bright helping hand in a tight spot. Wrap it around your dog’s leash or your bike’s handlebar for a late-night guiding light.
Whether kids want to hang on to their own bounties or swap for favorites, give them a place to take stock and revel in their riches. A low table contains the action, and haunted sheet music or playful place mats mark territory. Be sure to supply a bucket or bin for rejected treats (a.k.a. raisins) to be donated to the adults.
Whether kids want to hang on to their own bounties or swap for favorites, give them a place to take stock and revel in their riches.
Grip LED Flashlight: The cone-shaped head allows it to easily stand on its own and the LED bulb means a longer-lasting guiding light.
LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader Head Lamp: Let the force be with you (and your little one) with a headband that lights the way through Vader’s movable legs.
Lake Champlain Chocolates “No Tricks, Only Treats” Coin Cube: Make these 12 creamy milk chocolate coins your go-to hostess gift for the lady of the (haunted) house.
Starburst Candy Corn: These striped “kernels” come in cherry, orange, strawberry, and lemon.
A make-ahead menu calls for very little toil and trouble. Fill the table with corn bread, a big green salad, and a batch of tortilla soup. Provide an extra pair of (disembodied) hands to serve it up.
Spider Web Cake Stand: This black metal cake stand, inspired to resemble a cobweb, is the perfect addition to a party tablescape.