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Magic Hands Toilet Paper Holder

Filexd under: Bed & Bath,Crafts,Decor,Halloween Decor — Tags: , , , , , , , , — jane @

Looking for a good idea to make your bathroom a little more creepy for your Halloween party? Here’s one that is super simple and cheap. Watch the video here.

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Claw Gloves

Filexd under: Apparel,Fashion,Misc. — Tags: , , , , , , — jane @

I have no idea what I could use these gloves for beyond a Halloween costume, but I will figure it out. If nothing else, I could just put them on and scare the little brats in the neighborhood. I’m buying my pair here.

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Scary Witches’ Brew

Filexd under: Bar,beverage,Crafts,Decor,Food & Candy,Halloween Decor,Recipes — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , — jane @

For many years we have had a Halloween party. Each year it gets bigger and more elaborate as I find new things or ways of doing things. Our guests love it and we have a blast doing it. It just takes a lot of prep time. Every year I make the same punch which I originally talked about Here. Everyone loves it and it’s always a huge hit. I usually make one with alcohol and one without. As usual I will be making it this year, but with a new added ingredient that I’m really excited to try. Here is the original recipe:

1             96 oz. Orange Juice
4             48 oz. cans Pineapple Juice
4             2 liter bottles of Sprite or 7Up
1             1.75 liter bottle of vodka

Obviously this makes a lot, but you can cut it down for the amount you need keeping the ratios the same. For the non-alcholic just leave out the vodka and it still tastes great! Someone told me last year that it you add a couple of scoops of lime sherbert it really gets an eerie gross scum to it that looks disgusting, but still tastes great. I sorta think substituting the Sprite/7Up with Ginger ale might make it more gross since it’s not clear, but kinda brownish. So, I might try that. Last year I bought a mesh tea ball and put the small pieces of dry ice inside instead of in the main cauldron. Once I closed it up I just sank it right into the actual punch. Safe to drink, but the bubbling comes right from the punch! It worked really well, but I searched all year for something bigger to use. Once it disolves you have to fill it up again, so I wanted something that I could put more in to last longer. Turns out you can get mesh tea balls in a larger size. They are also known as spice balls apparently (So not in the mood for stupid jokes, so just shut up!). Don’t forget the ice hands/fingers because they are still fun!

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