Ghostly Frights for Halloween Nights

Ghostly Frights for Halloween Nights

Book - 2001
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Which do kids love most--to scare others or be scared themselves? Either way, turn your home, indoors and out, into the neighborhood fright-night center. Fast and simple projects are easy to put up, take down, and store. Make them yourself or invite the kids to help. The windows of your front door become a goblin's glowing, glaring eyes, then add a malevolent toothy grin dripping with blood. A porch post is the perfect place to hang a Grim Reaper with papier-mach#65533; skull and gold-foil scythe, where the breeze will blow him to and fro. You can even make jack-o'-lanterns out of painted stones that no vandal can smash. Indoors, projects abound to create a truly haunted house!
Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub., c2001.
ISBN: 9780806958293
Characteristics: 96 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,29 cm.


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Nov 26, 2005

Okay, it was the title that got me as I looked for a book that covered all the great parts of Halloween that I love: crafts, and decorations and fun! With ideas that range from the whimsical to the hilarious to the creepy, this book will cover every aspect as you make your abode into the best dressed for the season. Try the milk jug pumpkin or the spoon puppets that you can stick in any floral arrangement, a large curtain of spookiness that you can hang over your door, a lifesize Frankenstein monster you could sit in a lawn chair, or my personal favorite, a gorgeous green lizard made from velvet! So however you decide to treat your guests, remember to trick out your place in style!

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