Halloween: Imaginative Holiday Ideas

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Barron's, 2000 - Crafts & Hobbies - 87 pages
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Witches on broomsticks, pumpkins and masks, spiders and bats and hissing black cats! Here's the ultimate idea book for Halloween fun. Parents hosting a party for their children as well as older kids themselves will find page after page of instructions for making masks and costumes, jack-o-lanterns, indoor decorations for party rooms, and outdoor decorations for yards. There are also quick and easy recipes for Halloween party cakes and other food treats. Kids who want something more elaborate than Halloween masks to go with their costumes will love the face-paint ideas that show how to make a cat face, a vampire face, a pumpkin face, a witch's face, and the sinister face of the mistress of a haunted house. Vivid full-color photos and diagrams on every two-page spread come with detailed instructions that show how to do everything from haunting a house to entertaining party guests.

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Fré dé rique Crestin-Billet is the editor of the Flammarion Collectibles series and also wrote "Collectible Corkscrews,"

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