Large Hairy Poseable Black Spider ~ Halloween Spider Decorations & Props

September 8, 2010 by admin  
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Large Hairy Poseable Black Spider ~ Halloween Spider Decorations & Props

  • Hairy black spider with red eyes and poseable legs
  • Can stretch up to 36 inches
  • Realistic & great for decorations!
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Rubies Halloween Decoration Haunt Your Own House Kit

  • Kit includes 3 door decoration and 8 spooky eyes
  • 12 ghostly footprints, 1 spider web and 3 inflatable Halloween heads
  • 1 Halloween CD, 1 popping pad sheet and 3 hanging ghosts
  • Plus a booklet of fun, spooky, haunted house ideas
  • Just what you need to start your decorating in style

This kit has a lot of fun things small children will enjoy using to decorate your home.Ten different items in all. Everyone is concerned about promoting a safe and fun Halloween. Halloween parties with adult supervision provide a safe environmental for all children and a fun alternative to trick or treating. Rubie’s Costume Co., Inc. is committed to offering you a complete party experience with this in mind. From games to decoration to party goods… your children’s safety and entertainment is

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Halloween Yard Decorations

September 7, 2010 by admin  
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The Great Pumpkin Award! Halloween yard decorations 2008
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Spooky and Frightful Halloween Decorations

September 6, 2010 by admin  
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Spooky and Frightful Halloween Decorations

Halloween is just round the corner and time is running out for making your plans and arrangements for Halloween decorations. Whether you want to decorate your porch or backyard or your hall where you’re planning to set up the Halloween party, you actually do not need to spend a fortune on decorations. You can be little creative and set up a spooky scene with the help of different ornaments specially designed for Halloween, creepy candles and a wide range of eerie centerpieces.

This year however, the expenses on Halloween party decorations and celebrations would be less as compared to previous years due to the economic slowdown. More and more Americans this year would be making use of the Halloween decoration from the last year rather than buy new one. It has been estimated that on an average this year .68 would be spent on decorations by the individual household.

For Halloween decoration ideas you can add few spider webs available in the stores on your decorations which will bring a spooky effect to your Halloween. You may also consider adding a tree in your home or on the yard to bring about a festive mood to the decorations. To enhance the dilapidated and deserted look to your Halloween decorations, gather some old, torn, tattered and shredded clothes that you can easily buy from stores found during Halloween. Make use of some eerie door frames to change the look your front door. These frames would add up to the spooky effect to your Halloween decorations. Get some scarecrows as they augment the scary effect to the Halloween decorations. Put a few on the front porch and backyard as well as some on the hall where you have arranged for the party. Another great idea would be to place lighted jack-o-lantern all the way on your front porch. You can bring some plastic jack-o-lantern available with the retailers and light them with candles powered by battery. Hanging Halloween flags and banners that are available at the time of Halloween will make your Halloween spooktacular. Give more touch of nature to your Halloween decorations by including objects such as haystacks for decorating the outside porch, cornstalks as well as scarecrows filled with straws. Try using more of the autumn colors in your decorations like shades of orange, gold and brown. You may also consider using natural fragrance like vanilla or sandalwood or cinnamon on the candles that you have placed for decorations.

This article is written by author of 123newyear.com. 123newyear.com offer a detailed information on Halloween Ideas, halloween decorations, halloween costumes, 2010 halloween movies and much more.

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Quick And Easy Halloween Decorations

September 6, 2010 by admin  
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Quick And Easy Halloween Decorations

Need some quick Halloween decorations, that even the kids can help with? Here are three great Halloween decorating ideas using easy to find, inexpensive materials.

Craft Foam Creepies

Craft foam is sold in sheets at the craft store in a whole array of colors. It is similar to construction paper, but made of thin, durable foam you can easily cut with scissors. Trace simple Halloween shapes onto the backside of the foam sheets and cut out. Use contrasting colors and a glue stick to add details such as a jack o lantern face, red eyes on a bat, or the face of a silly ghost. You can make these cutouts as large or as small as you want. Hang them in windows or hang them with clear thread form curtain rods, doorways, or in your front entry. (This works really well with bats, hang them from the tips of each wing, and one place on the body to make them appear to be flying) These can even be used on protected porches as the foam is water resistant.

Graveyard

A graveyard near your front walk is a creepy and creative touch to the Halloween spirit. We used scrap pieces of plywood and siding and cut them into rectangles with the tops rounded, like a gravestone. We first painted them gray, then washed over them with a watery white paint for age and spook factor. We used black paint to add amusing names and epitaphs, such as “I.M. Gone” or “Ben Dismembered”. Screw a wooded stake to the back and pound into the ground. I like to group them together on an area of grass, then rope them off with chains, add a few pumpkins (and in my neck of the woods, tumbleweeds are a nice touch) and line the edge of your “graveyard” with lighted jackolanterns for Hallows Eve. My kids have the lost fun with this!

Giant spiders and webs

First of all, set the stage for your spiders by picking up some webbing…it is really cheap, and stretches a LONG way! Corners of rooms or porches, or stretched over a door are great effects. To make the spiders, pick up large black pom poms and large black chenille stems from the craft store. Take 4 chenille stems and twist them together in the middle. This creates the eight legs. Bend the stems downward about halfway down each leg. Now use tacky glue or a glue gun (glue gun is my choice as it sets almost instantly, but the adult must handle this!) to secure a large pom pom in the center of the legs at the twist to form the body. You can add google eyes as some do, but I prefer to cut scary red eyes from felt or craft foam and glue on. Set your spiders in their webs, and you can bend the leg tips to attach them to a picture frame or a lamp chain. Remember, with this project, the bigger, the better, so buy the bargest legs and pom poms you can find!

Three great projects for Halloween, make enough of any of these and you can turn your home into a haunted house without the huge price tag. (Don’t forget to pack them away for next year!)

Kathy Wilson is an author, columnist, and editor of The Budget Decorator and Decorating Your Small Space. You can find thousands of budget home decorating ideas at her website at http://www.TheBudgetDecorator.com. Don’t forget to sign up for her free home and garden newsletter while you’re there!

Kids Halloween Party Ideas : Kids’ Halloween Party Decorations

September 3, 2010 by admin  
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Learn decorating tips for a kids’ Halloween party in this free Halloween planning video. Expert: Matt Cail Contact: www.homepaintings.biz Bio: Matt Cail is an artist who works in oil, water color and acrylic paints, among others. Filmmaker: randy primm
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See easy and affordable ways kids can make their own unique Halloween pumpkins. From princess pumpkins to cowboys, we’ve put together some of our favorite decorating ideas for making jackolanterns without the mess.

Halloween Decorations & Treats for Parties : Tips for Decorating a Spiderweb Cake

September 3, 2010 by admin  
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Easy Halloween cakes! Learn how to decorate a spider web cake in this free video clip about Halloween party ideas. Expert: Karen Weisman Bio: Karen Weisman graduated from Boston University with a degree in Hotel and Food Management. Since then, she has helped a national grocery store chain develop and launch a gourmet food division. Filmmaker: Karen Weisman
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I show you how to make cheap halloween decorations. This was made for a collab video with Nalts.. Thought I’d stick it up here anyway. Go check out the finished collab video www.youtube.com
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Halloween Table Decorations

September 3, 2010 by admin  
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Halloween Table Decorations

Last week I discussed an “orange” themed Halloween party and now I will share with you some Halloween party tips for Halloween table decorations. These tips are easy to do and inexpensive to produce.

With all of my events, no matter if they are serious fundraising galas or whimsical birthday parties; I still like to keep an element of style, hip and class to the table décor. Even when I use inexpensive props such as the Halloween items for this Halloween display, I still like to mix and match with more expensive-looking or natural Halloween items too.

There are so many choices when looking at decorations for Halloween. What I like to do is collect Halloween items during the season and then on November 1st, go back to the drug store or party supply store and pick-up whatever is left over and inexpensive. Nothing makes me feel better than garnering bargains on cheap Halloween decorations. I make sure to buy items that I will have a use for and that will store easily in my party planning design box, an item I discuss in Budget Bash – Simply Fabulous Events on a Budget.

To create the whimsical Halloween table decorations for this article I used the following:

Gold organza fabric for a table runner – You can buy any type of fabric and make a table runner, scrunch up unfinished fabric down the center of the table or use pinking sheers and cut a runner for a one- or two-time use (more uses are possible if you are careful with the fabric). For this table, I used a table runner from a previous event and scrunched it down the center of the table.

I picked up the following decorations for Halloween at the end of the season a few years ago and have kept these items in my party planning design box. These cheap Halloween decorations are candy corn twinkle lights, decorative candy dishes, orange votive candles and glass votive candle holders, mini-plastic pumpkin buckets and a witch’s hat. I may have spent a total of for all of these Halloween items and have used them for the past three seasons.

While I was picking up dinner at the market, I grabbed a bunch of sunflowers, rust-colored mums, Halloween candy and mini-pumpkins. A fun idea is to carve the mini-pumpkin’s center and sides (if you have the time) to create votive candle holder. If not, do what I did and just add them to the table as a décor item.

Decorating the table was fast and easy. I just scrunched up the table runner and intertwined the candy corn twinkle lights with the fabric runner. I placed the witch’s hat in the center of the table (I stuffed the center of the hat with a paper bag to make it stand up straight), filled the candy dishes with Halloween candy, placed the votives and pumpkins on the table and then placed the sunflowers loosely on the table. To add a bit of color besides orange and yellow to the table, I pulled out two small blue vases and placed the mums in those.

To create the total look of the Halloween table decorations didn’t take long at all and I coordinated my food shopping along with it. An added bonus to this table decoration is that it will last quite a few days. Just remember to unplug the lights when you are not around the table to prevent any type of electrical hazard from happening and if you have animals who like to leap onto your dining room table, you may want to remove the candy and loose flowers as well when you are not in the room.

I hope you found this Halloween party decoration tip useful. To learn more about party planning on a budget, read Budget Bash – Simply Fabulous Events on a Budget. Until next time remember to have fun and be a guest at your own party!

With over 15 years in the special event industry, Andrea has now taken her knowledge and experiences and incorporated this information into a book she has written called Budget Bash – Simply Fabulous Events on a Budget. You can talk to Andrea via Twitter @awynningevent or learn more about Budger Bash by checking out A Wynning Event.com. or BudgetBashBook.com.

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Outdoor Decor, Decorative Garden Items and Holiday Decorations

September 1, 2010 by admin  
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Outdoor Decor, Decorative Garden Items and Holiday Decorations

Berlin CT (USA). RusticaOrnamentals.com has recently updated their website with a NEW unique selection of holiday and garden decor including hand painted Christmas ornaments, custom Holiday decorations, outdoor Christmas decorations and unique attractive garden decor.

RusticaOrnamentals.com has a unique, and festive assortment of Christmas outdoor decorations, holiday accents, garden decor and personalized decor including outdoor Snowmen decorations, Victorian Christmas caroling silhouettes, rusty and painted Halloween decorations and distinct, original garden décor for all year long. Most of our yard decorations come in many size options and colors. We pride ourselves on making original items that aren’t like everyone else’s.

RusticaOrnamentals.com specializes in creating unique and fun garden and outdoor décor. Most of our ornaments for the home and yard come in an assortment of sizes and colors. We also welcome custom orders, you design it and we will create it. We will basically design anything you can imagine or need from metal, copper, aluminum or tin — either from a drawing or an idea. Most custom projects from Rustica Ornamentals take around a week to complete, but some larger projects may take longer. Plus, if you like an item you see online, but want to change the color, that may be possible if you contact us.

All of our products are designed and made in Berlin Connecticut. The idea behind for Rustica Ornamentals is to create affordable attractive yard decor made in the USA that doesn’t look pre fabricated and cheap. We want to make the yards of America beautiful with original decorative ornaments for both the home and garden. Our home and garden décor are mostly made of sturdy 20 – 24 gage steel basically guaranteeing that your yard or home ornament will last for many many years.

At Rustica we pride ourselves on making good qulity and attractive garden and home decor that one will love all year long. Please come see us for all your home and garden décor decoration needs including Christmas, valentines day, Easter, Halloween and Thanksgiving.

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