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The Halloween can be a really spooky time for kids. You can make it fun and exciting for them by celebrating with an all-out Halloween party or a simple dinner get-together with the family.

This book will help you plan a party that will scare the wits out of everyone but will also give everyone a really good time.  Let the kids help out in making these homemade Halloween decorations, invitations, costumes, coloring books, and even games and food and see if they don't get caught up in the eerie magic of Halloween .

By using paper, tape, ribbons, empty paint cans and simple paper mache techniques, you and your kids can make anything to look like a bat, a cat, a ghost, a pumpkin or a witch. With metallic effects you can create glow-in-the-dark eight-legged spiders and jack-o-lanterns. Trim with felt, stitch on some buttons and sprinkle some glitter and you can make your own invitation cards with matching envelopes to invite people to your Halloween party. You can set your table with pumpkin candles, Halloween-themed cut-outs and print-outs as napkin rings and placecards and even edible pumpkin heads, witch hands and scarecrows. You can make your own festive trick-or-treat bags, buckets or boxes to fill-up when you go trick-or-treating or when handing out party goodies to guests.

Try these free Halloween crafts in this collection. Use as many imaginative techniques and supplies to come up with unique Halloween creatures and ideas. You can make anything and everything - from Frankenstein faces to pumpkin lollipops.

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