Black Halloween Punch Recipe - Tutorial on serving it over dry ice!
PennyWise: Happy Halloween: Easy Edible Pet ghosts
Swamp Lights - tea lights in jars secured to garden stakes with duct tape... finish with paper mache, paint, and aged gauze
Halloween fairy using dollar store skeletons and heating the joints to bend them into creepy poses
Quick dry paper mache "clay" - 1 roll of toilet paper 3/4 cup of white glue (Elmer’s glue-All) 1 cup of joint compound (Not Dap brand - it won't work) 1/2 cup white flour 2 tablespoons linseed oil Step 1. Fill a high-sided bowl with warm water. Remove the toilet paper from the roll and throw it into the water. Push down on the paper to make sure all of it gets wet. Step 2. Then pick up the paper and squeeze out as much water as you can. Pour the water out of the bowl and put your…
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Super cute monster rice krispie treats - just add 7 drops green food coloring to normal rice krispie treat recipe and add candy eyes - from the happyhomemaker blog
Easy to do; just sand the mirror on the back until you can see through it, or use oven cleaner and a utility knife. Then attach your favorite spooky picture.
Decorate the Bathroom for Halloween: Keep the shower curtain closed & scare the hell out of all the snoopers!
How to Make Edible Candy Hair for Cupcakes or Cakes
The final product: a few tangles here and there, but definitely hairlike!