Peeking Monster Cupcake  This frightful cupcake is sure to be a monster hit at your Halloween get-together. Big eyes and spiky hair transform a plain cupcake into a special Hallow's Eve treat.  To make the cupcake, follow these steps:  1.	Insert sour candy corn in the frosting for hair.  2.	Cut one thin candy wafer in half and place at the top of baking cup for eyes.  3.	Use frosting to stick two blue mini candy-coated chocolates to thin candy wafer for pupils.

Peeking Monster Cupcake This frightful cupcake is sure to be a monster hit at your Halloween get-together. Big eyes and spiky hair transform a plain cupcake into a special Hallow's Eve treat. To make the cupcake, follow these steps: 1. Insert sour candy corn in the frosting for hair. 2. Cut one thin candy wafer in half and place at the top of baking cup for eyes. 3. Use frosting to stick two blue mini candy-coated chocolates to thin candy wafer for pupils.

Halloween Bats Lighted Wine Bottle Hand Painted Bottle of Boos Spooky Ghosts Black Cat Night Light Frosted Glass Accent Lamp

Halloween Bats Lighted Wine Bottle Hand Painted Bottle of Boos Spooky Ghosts Black Cat Night Light Frosted Glass Accent Lamp

If you remember, I cannot cut a straight line... This holds true for carving pumpkins.  I am TERRIBLE at it.  Every year, I carve one ...

If you remember, I cannot cut a straight line... This holds true for carving pumpkins. I am TERRIBLE at it. Every year, I carve one ...

The leaves are changing color, the weather is becoming crisp, and one thing is for sure – Halloween

The leaves are changing color, the weather is becoming crisp, and one thing is for sure – Halloween

Here's something new I came up with for Halloween 2009.I ended up driving all over town hunting up enough different colored plastic pumpkin pails, collecting them from Target, Sears Essentials, Walmart, and cleaning out the entire stock of two Toys R Us stores.  I bolted the bottom row of pails to a strip of wood that I painted white (to match the porch rail) and zip tied the strip to the rail.  I attached the other pails by drilling small holes near the top of each pail - one on

Here's something new I came up with for Halloween 2009.I ended up driving all over town hunting up enough different colored plastic pumpkin pails, collecting them from Target, Sears Essentials, Walmart, and cleaning out the entire stock of two Toys R Us stores. I bolted the bottom row of pails to a strip of wood that I painted white (to match the porch rail) and zip tied the strip to the rail. I attached the other pails by drilling small holes near the top of each pail - one on

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