Bloody Weapon Garland 7 1/2ft Reviews

September 18, 2010 by admin  
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Bloody Weapon Garland 7 1/2ft

  • Bloody Weapon Garland Costume Theme Party Accessory
  • This is a BRAND NEW costume in original packaging.
  • This is a great Halloween costume item!
  • Features garland with hanging bloody weapons. Measures 7-12′ long.

As they say, the right tools for the right job! Perfect for decorating your haunted house or haunted party. Decoration includes 7 1/2ft of slicing, dicing, slashing, chopping, stabbing and cutting fun. Tools are made of durable plastic and can be hung inside or outdoors. Yes, they look used but they will come nicely packaged and brand new, no additional charge for the blood!

Rating: (out of 4 reviews)

List Price: $ 15.99

Price: $ 9.99

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How to Make Halloween Cupcakes – Easy and Fun Halloween Cupcake Decorating Ideas

September 18, 2010 by admin  
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www.fitforafeast.com . How to make easy and fun Halloween Cupcakes that look like pumpkin faces. See how to get the icing color right, how to prepare the mix and have fun decorating your Halloween cupcakes. You can use sparkle gel, toppers and food coloring in your frosting. Happy Halloween!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

If yourlooking for scary Halloween decorations, learn all the various ways to use the Halloween corpse that you have just constructed in this free Halloween props video. Expert: The Mad Scientist Contact: www.sbtfilms.com Bio: The Mad Scientist has been creating props and effects for haunted houses, theater and film for over 20 years. Filmmaker: Samuel Thompson
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Outdoor Decor, Rustic Decor, Yard Art, Decorative Garden Items and Holiday Decorations

September 18, 2010 by admin  
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Outdoor Decor, Rustic Decor, Yard Art, Decorative Garden Items and Holiday Decorations

At RusticaOrnamentals.com we are always working on creating new unique and attractive garden and home décor that no one else offers. We are diligent in creating beautiful yard and garden art that will enhance any yard.  Krista and her husband Chris the owners of Rustica Ornamentals enjoy making art for their own yard and were sick of the cheap generic things sold in stores, they wanted affordable garden art that worked in their yard that blended in and accentuated their own gardens. We just love to make beautiful thing that others enjoy.

 

We are now working on our Valentines Day and Easter decorations. We have Red, light Pink and dark Pink hanging Hearts. You can buy one or a bunch. You can hang them on a tree, hang them in your car or decorate your home with them. We are also working on Heart magnets and Heart yard stakes. The Heart garden stakes as Krista says are great she says they will be in her yard!  As for the Easter décor we will have white fluffy Bunny Yard Stakes and lots of unique indoor and outdoor décor some painted with pretty pastels and some items will be rustic and natural.

 

At Rustica Ornamentals we always try to create seasonal décor with the essence of that season or holiday in mind. We like to create things that will warm your soul and make you feel good. It is all about creating things that beatifies and or reflect the season or event you are decorating for.

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Gross But Great Halloween Party Food Ideas : Halloween Party Food: Adding Dirt to Worm Cake

September 17, 2010 by admin  
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Learn how to add dirt to an earthworm cake for Halloween party food in this free Halloween recipe video. Expert: J. Costilla Contact: www.digitaleyesproductions.com Bio: J. Costilla is an emerging chef. He hopes to open an ethnic cafe in San Antonio. He is also a commercial photographer. Filmmaker: julio costilla
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Department 56 Village Resting My Bones

September 17, 2010 by admin  
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Department 56 Village Resting My Bones

  • Introduced in 2003.

Battery operated but will work with 56.55026 AC/DC adapter. Designed and manufactured by Department 56.

Rating: (out of 1 reviews)

List Price: $ 36.99

Price: $ 25.00

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6 Unique Decorating Tips for Halloween

September 17, 2010 by admin  
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6 Unique Decorating Tips for Halloween

Thinking about decorating for Halloween?  Here are some tips on what you can do to make your home stand out from the rest!

1.    Fake Spider Webs – Creating fake spider webs is not complicated yet you see so many people decorating their homes with clumps of cotton that looks like they were taken out of the bag and thrown on the wall.  Try to make it look somewhat realistic.  Stretch the cotton material until it becomes a silky transparent thread.  You want it to look real enough that it will fake a real spider. Another idea for spider webs is using dark threading hanging from the ceiling in front of the door.  Note: this will only work in a dark setting.  Wet the strings so when guests enter your house they’ll walk through the web and get freaked out!
2.    Floating Skulls – This is one of my favorites.  You need a TV or monitor, a DVD (preferable) or a VCR, a video of a head or skull, a large sheet of glass or plexiglass.  Lay the TV/Monitor facing up right below the window where you want the image displayed.  Have the top of the TV/Monitor facing the wall. Place the glass or plexiglass above the TV at a 45 degree angle where one side is resting on the bottom of the TV and the other side is resting on the window. Make sure the video of the skull is adjusted where the area surrounding the head is dark.  The end result is a floating head in the window. For more dramatic effects, you may want to add a background surrounding the area.
3.    Lighting – You want to create the right ambiance. Replace the light bulbs on your chandelier and your front porch with a black light.  You can even add a strobe light for a more
4.    Tomb Stones – These are pretty easy to make. You need Styrofoam which you can get from a local arts and crafts store or Lowes, grey primer, and acrylic paint. Cut out the shape for the tomb stone, paint it with primer, and write the epitaph.  Roughen the edges to give it a weathered look. You can also create a cross with two pieces of boards and nail them together in a shape of a cross. You may want to break pieces off the end or burn parts of the cross to make it appear old or weathered.
5.    Birds – You can add fake crows and perch them on a tree, bush, or anywhere in your front yard.
6.    Michael Meyers in the windows – This is relatively easy.  Get a jump suit from a thrift store or ask a mechanics garage for an old outfit, get the Michael Meyers mask which can be found in virtually any Halloween store, get some construction gloves, newspaper, a fake or dull kitchen knife, double stick tape, a long stick with bottom support or a coat hanger with removable hangers, and a directional light.  Stuff the jumpsuit with all of the newspapers. Stick long newspapers in the forearms so that the newspaper sticks out of the sleeves later to be used to stuff the gloves.  Stuff the mask with newspaper as well. Cut a hole in the butt are of the jumpsuit and stick the support through until it reaches out of the neck area.  Stick the mask on top of this portion of the support. Use the double stick tape and wrap it around the knife and close one of the gloves around the knife. Stand the figure in front of a window and place the light facing up so that it shines on Michael Meyers face.

Halloween is the one time out of the year where you can pretend to be anything you want and express yourself freely without being judged. If you are looking for more ideas for Halloween, go to http://www.helpfulhalloweentips.com/partyideas.htm. Thanks for reading and I hope you have a safe and Happy Halloween!

36″ Spooky Hanging Ghost

September 17, 2010 by admin  
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36″ Spooky Hanging Ghost

  • Features: Outdoor, Indoor
  • Number of Pieces: 1
  • Material: Foam

List Price: $ 12.99

Price: $ 7.38

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Tips for Preparing Halloween Party Recipes

September 16, 2010 by admin  
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Tips for Preparing Halloween Party Recipes

The fun part about Halloween parties is not just wearing unique and interesting Halloween costumes. It is very fun and exciting to eat or prepare Halloween party recipes. You have to be creative when preparing foods for your Halloween party if you want to make your food appropriate for your party’s theme. Here are some tips for preparing Halloween party recipes.

You can use traditional or common recipes. Just tweak it a bit to make it suitable for your party. For instance, you can prepare spaghetti with meatballs. Just make the meatballs look like human eyeballs. Your guests will surely feel as if human eyes are staring at them whenever they get a serving of your spaghetti with eyeballs. Prepare foods that resemble body parts of humans like fingers, ears, heart, eyeballs, bones, skulls, nose, tongue, and so on. You have to use your creative juices to be able to come up with such recipes. Or you can search for them in the internet, which is easier and more convenient. Create spooky or gross names for your recipes. For example, you can serve ‘spaghetti with eyeballs’, ‘fried bat wings’, ‘finger foods’ (make it literal and serve finger foods that look like fingers), and so on. For your beverages, you can choose drinks that look like blood, goo, or mud. You can choose drinks that are blood red, slimy green, or murky brown in color.

These tips for preparing Halloween recipes for your party will surely make your party the talk of the town. Have fun cooking spooky meals!

Are you ready to learn Halloween party recipes that you and your family can enjoy? Visit http://halloween-recipes.justnotmartha.com/ today!

Pot-luck Halloween Party for Everyone

September 16, 2010 by admin  
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Pot-luck Halloween Party for Everyone

Children favorite holidays are Saint Nicholas (in Belgium) or Christmas, because of the gifts; Carnival (in Europe) because of the costumes, parties and parades; and Halloween.

Why do they love Halloween? Adults assume that children love Halloween because children generally love candy.

But children do not only love the abundance of candy at Halloween. They love partying, wearing costumes, watching torchlight parades…

Adults also love Halloween. Especially Halloween parties.

While reading lots of articles dedicated to Halloween, I noticed that people talk about Halloween parties for children or Halloween parties for adults. But they seldom talk about Halloween parties for everyone.

So this year, why not going for a Halloween party for everyone, adults and children?

Obviously, Halloween family parties are often organized: when the trick or treating is over, children come home with their candies and after verifying the quality of the sweets they received, everybody goes in the living room. While drinking pumpkin juice, parents tell
children some Halloween stories.

But there is a way to make your Halloween evening funnier for everyone. What about a pot-luck party? What about inviting your friends and neighbours; married couples or single parents and their children?

Unfortunately, there is a major inconvenient: when she guests a party, the housewife must stay in the kitchen to ensure that everyone has something to eat and to drink and to prepare the meal.

This year, the housewife will participate and enjoy the Halloween party. The principle of this event is the following one: each guest brings different dishes: meal, dessert, pie or drink – alcoholic or not.

Prepare your Halloween party for everyone by creating invitation cards with funny Halloween decorations. Set up a costume theme. Decorate your house. Ask children to help you: they also participate to the event.

The easiest way to guest a Halloween party is by organizing a supper-table. Convert your dinner room table into a supper-table. Place the Jack-O-Lantern on its center and each of the dishes brought by your guests all around it. Each participant will serve himself.

A supper-table is also an excellent way for your guests to be able to talk to everyone and meet new people.

A smaller table in another corner of the room will become the bar area. Fun tip: carve two large pumpkins and decorate them with Halloween theme and fill one of them with sangria or alcoholic punch for adults and the other one with fruit juice for the children. Decorate the drinks with Witch Eyes.

Witch Eyes recipe:

Canned peeled and drained litchis
Incorporate a black grape or a maraschino cherry into each litchi

Plan to have enough chairs for your guests and reserve some space at the center of the room to dance. Put the musical mood by creating some play lists dedicated to Halloween.

Here are some Halloween dessert ideas:

Halloween Lanterns:

Ingredients:
Montain oranges,
Chocolate mousse

Preparation:
Cut the top of each orange
Remove the pulp or the oranges
Draw eyes, a nose and a mouth as if they were pumpkins
Fill the oranges with chocolate mousse
Cap them with the top you cutted
Keep them in a cool place.

French Pumpkin Doughnut

Ingredients:
Cut 500 g of Hokkaido pumpkin into small cubes
2 tablespoon Sugar
2 tablespoon Soft butter
2 lightly beaten eggs
125 fl oz flour
Oil

Preparation:
Put the Hokkaido pumpkin in a pot
Cover with water and let it boil until the pumpkin is cooked and tender
Drain the pumpkin and combine with sugar, butter and eggs
Gradually add flour while beating
File a tablespoon of the mixture into hot oil for about 4-5 minutes
Serve warm.

Have a fun pot-luck Halloween party for everyone!

D. Halet is an European history, Holidays and Tarot Cards passionate; she writes articles and creates websites dedicated to these subjects.
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Crashing Witch Reviews

September 16, 2010 by admin  
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Crashing Witch

  • Give the trick or treaters a smile instead of a scare
  • Great fun for Halloween
  • Carfree witch rests smack in the middle of your favorite tree
  • Authentic looking
  • Nylon

Indoor or Outdoor piece. Straps around a tree for a great decor piece

Rating: (out of 1 reviews)

List Price: $ 19.98

Price: $ 16.99

Skull With 2 Metal Swords Halloween Goth Decorations

  • Realistic skull pierced by two gleaming pirate swords
  • Features a hook on back for easy mounting
  • Made of polyresin with stainless steel swords
  • Measures 10.5 x 2.75 x 6.25 inches high

Talk about a headache! Impressively realistic skull is pierced by two gleaming pirate swords. Hook on back for easy mounting above your treasure chest. Polyresin with stainless steel swords. 10 1/2″ x 2 3/4″ x 61/4″ high.

Price: $ 11.45

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