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Ghostly Frights For Halloween Nights

by Shauna Mooney Kawasaki

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A book of Halloween stuff, interesting and entertaining. May be a little folk-american for some people but still a good starting point for ideas!
  wyvernfriend | Nov 24, 2008 |
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Filled with the requisite bats, skeletons, pumpkins, and lots of ghosts, Ghostly Frights for Halloween Nights offers dozens of projects to bedeck house and garden for a month of spooking. Wooden-spoon-face ghouls dressed in glittery fabric scraps cluster among dead leaves in the front yard. Papier-mâché spheres shaped over balloons become a bat piñata, an owl lantern, or skull-headed maracas. Kids can help with some of the easiest projects, or they can enjoy the fruits of grownups' labor by counting down to the big day with an October version of the advent calendar, or play Dr. Frankenstein by reassembling a brightly colored monster body. The sometimes-murky directions and occasionally confusing (though graphically appealing) illustration diagrams are generally clarified by the color photos of the finished products, and most of the projects are fairly simple anyway. With the exception of the more-complex stitching projects (stuffed chameleon, peek-a-boo quilt, witch doll), novices should be able to handle most of these items. --Amy Handy

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This book presents detailed instructions for handmade crafts, such as a spooky spider, spoon spectors, a bat-a-bat pinata, spirit tissues, an owl lantern, and many other Halloween decorations.

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