• Make Your Own Fake Skin

    8 TBSP flour
    5 TBSP warm water
    Regular or Halloween face makeup

    Mix together the flour and water, this will result in a dough like mixture. Do not add the makeup into the mixture.
    Use this mixture and with a bit of regular elmer's school glue it can be affixed to the face or body. Mold the dough or fake skin to desired effect and then let dry. Drying time is at least 10-15 minutes, However after adding the makeup and the fake blood or other gruesome effects the simple skin recipe
    come to life.
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    EmySamir

    Frozen Autumn Sangria aka Halloween Sangria

    Combine the following ingredients to make a delicious Frozen Halloween Sangria


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    1/2 cup Apple juice
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    Crescent Witch Hats

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    luckybolide 10-28-2016, 12:22 PM Go to last post
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    Jack-o-lantern Candy Apples

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    8 medium apples
    8 cinnamon sticks (6 inch) or craft sticks (flat wooden sticks with round ends)
    2...

    ChristineTodd 10-18-2016, 11:57 AM Go to last post
    ChristineTodd

    DIY Witch Shoes

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    You'll need an old pair of pointy shoes. If you don't have an old pair, you...

    ChristineTodd 10-18-2016, 09:35 AM Go to last post
    ChristineTodd

    Creepy Glow in the Dark Bloodstained stairs

    Create your own Creepy Eerie Glow in the dark "bloodstained" stairs to add some spookiness to your doorstep for the trick or treaters!

    All you need is a bit of TSP (in the painters aisle at your...

    ChristineTodd 10-16-2016, 01:11 AM Go to last post