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Here’s a few Freaky Halloween Ideas

Published on 10/7/2013
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jack-o-lantensYou know that Halloween is the time of the year when you strive to scare people. That's what has become pretty traditional. Scaring and being scared is all part of pure Halloween fun.  It seems every year people are getting more and more creative in putting up unique Halloween ideas. Do you want to scare your visitors this coming Halloween? You do not have to spend too much for it. Here are some practical and effective fun ideas.

Use a pair of scissors to cut out different jack-o’ lantern masks out of paper plates. Cut the eyes and the mouths. You could use staples to attach a rubber band or strings that would keep the mask on. Your scissors can also be used to create pumpkin pictures if you do not like masks. It is just amazing what you could do using your creativity and materials like glitters, construction paper, yarn, fabric, and glue. You could even turn the time of creating such items into real fun for your children.

Here's another idea.  Cut several old clothes and even newspapers into strips. Use these to stuff other clothing so that you could creatively create a scarecrow. It really can be that easy. You could hold all the materials together using a belt, safety pins, or thread. You might use a balloon with yarn as a head. A stuffed pillow case could also do. Put up a spooky face then add a hat to make a Halloween creature.

Children never seem to grow tired of baking and decorating cupcakes and cookies for the Halloween season. Let them use food coloring, cookie cutters, icing, licorice, macaroni, and patterns to create ghoulish faces. This could be a good time to harness your own as well as children’s imagination. The time you could spend with your kids doing this will be more than worth it. Have fun and enjoy all the Halloween stuff and treats you would create together.

How about turning food into instant Halloween décor? This could be a fun and unique Halloween idea. Use food coloring to spice up and embody your imagination. Transform vanilla pudding into a green slime using artificial food coloring. You could also do so to apply creativity when dealing with Jell-O. There are other food ideas. Attach several almond slivers to some carrot sticks. Insert the items into green slime and you could have a ghoulishly delicious and delectable finger stew.

Here is another Halloween idea. Wrap dough sheets all around several pieces of hotdogs to create mummy treats that every child would surely have fun to eat. You could make your mummy treats a lot spookier if you would use further imagination. Use ketchup or even mustard to draw mummy eyes as well as mouth on the mummies. You could also put in several other edible decors to make your hotdog mummy more appealing.
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