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Spiderweb Balloons

Filexd under: Decor,Halloween Decor,Misc.,Novelty,Toys/Games — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , — jane @

Found this really creepy and unique idea for our annual Halloween party this year. These balloons are just made with basic clear balloons, helium, a squirt of Hi-Float and some plastic spiders. I cannot wait to try it. The instructions can be found here.

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Sickening Switchplate

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Can you imagine losing your way in the dark and fumbling around for the light switch? Now imagine your hands coming across this switchplate. Eww. I don’t know about you, but I’d leave in a hurry. Come to think of it it might make a good deterrent for burglars. So, if you can’t afford to install an alarm system go here.

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Baby Mold

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Now I am not referring to mold that grows on a baby, but I am writing about a mold to make baby shaped items. I don’t know which is worse. Most creepy scary things I find I would love to have, but once in a while it’s just something too weird and disturbing. This silicone Baby Mold from First Impressions Molds is at the top of my list right now. You can make all sorts of stuff with it. Soap, candles, candy, chocolate, ice, bread(!), jello, clay etc. It measures about 2.5″ long, so it’s not something you just throw in your mouth. You have to pick an end to start with and my money is on avoiding the butt at all costs. Don’t you just want to run out and buy one, so you can start eating babies too?

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Cat Eye Glasses

Filexd under: Accessories,Animals,Apparel,Fashion,Jewelry,Novelty,Outdoors — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , — jane @

I don’t know about you, but I love weird sunglasses. I’m not talking about the stupid ones where the eyes are shaped like a beer mug or a peace sign. I mean the unusual ones like these great Cat’s Eye Glasses from Victorian Trading Co. Technically they are “Costume Eyewear”, but that never stops me from wearing them in the evening around town. Just don’t count on them protecting you during the day from that blazing sun. You’ll still burn to a crisp, but the upside will be that you’ll look cool doing it.

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Creepy Baby Lamp

Filexd under: Accessories,Bed & Bath,Decor,Lighting,Novelty,Office,Weird Stuff — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , — jane @

When I am looking for new stuff to post about I sometimes search on random words put together. A lot of times my word mixtures do not produce anything, but once in awhile I get lucky and hit upon some uber creepy item. Today’s creepy item is the Baby Lamp. Yes, those are the everyday words I searched on. I was just spitballing. I didn’t really think anything would come up of interest. Wow, was I wrong! I thought maybe this was just a design project or something, but no it’s a mass produced item that you can purchase online from a real store. I mean, really?!? What the hell? I love creepy stuff, but this is just weird. Is it really meant for a nursery or is it just a novelty? What really cracks me up is the cord coming out of his butt. Wouldn’t it have been better if it came out of his belly button like an umbilical cord? This little weirdo comes in various colors and can be had for about $100. So, what are you waiting for? Don’t you want one for your desk at work?

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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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