Your Questions About Halloween 2007

Mark asks…

Question about the movies halloween 2007 and halloween 2 2009?

So in halloween 2 the is a white horse and the mother and Michael can only see them because he is mad of course but how does angle see them. And in number 1 does anyone know what happened to the boy Michael beat with a log/stick did Michael get the blame for it and I mite as well say in the new amazing spider man when Peter is on the train stuff happened then a fight broke out when the black man goes to hit Peter with the skate bored the black man turns white.
I was going to make another question but I mite aswell say now who’s your favourite killer mine is Michael because he is clever and never gives up

answers:

In Halloween 2 the girl can see them too because at the end she goes crazy and psycho. In Halloween Michael killed him but they never mention what happened. In the Amazing Spider-Man I never knew that so know I’m going to watch it and pay attention. LOL and I like Freddy Kruger but Michael Myers movies are way scarier.

Sharon asks…

Movie – Halloween 2007?

After checking out IMDB, it says that the directors original idea had a plan of doing a freedy vs jason, only with Myres and Pinhead

they were also going to do Halloween – the missing years, the sotry of how he came to be, but now their settling to remaking a classic..

opinions needed !!

answers:

It’s not going to be an exact remake. It has more emphasis on Michael’s history.

The script leaked online. I don’t know if the script has been revised since, but what I read was pretty lame. It was so bad that fans of the original Halloween were protesting during the filming of the new movie.

Apparently, Michael will talk, run, and…uh…”violate” a corpse. The original young Michael seemed like an average kid, which is what I think made him so creepy…But the new Michael looks like he is going to become a murderer. Good job pointing out the obvious, Rob Zombie.

John asks…

Halloween 2007-NYC/LGI?

I’m turning 20 on Halloween, where are the parties to attend/consider? Preferably around long island/NYC but i will consider out of state.

answers:

Sat, Oct 27, 2007 NYC’s Sexiest Heaven & Hell Halloween Party at
Room Service & New Ten’s
Wed, Oct 31, 2007 The 6th Annual Celebrity Halloween Masquerade Ball – NYC’s Best Halloween Party 6 Years Running
at Capitale

Michael asks…

The new Halloween movie 2007?

I have seen the new halloween movie and i liked it. Has anyone else seen it i would like to know what was the motive behind all of his killings if there was one. Why did he kill in the first place. what got him to that point

answers:

He was evil. He wasn’t a human but a monster, as the doctor stated in the original halloween. He had no motive beyond just being evil.

Laura asks…

Song in Halloween (2007)?

what is the song that is playing in Annie’s car when Annie picks up Laurie?
it’s in the scene when Laurie is sitting with her parents on the front porch.
I think the song is from the 80′s but I could be wrong.

answers:

Heres the soundtrack. Chance are its one of these

1. Dialogue (“These Are The Eyes”)
2. Halloween Theme 2007
3. Dialogue (“Is The Boogieman Real?”)
4. Don’t Fear The Reaper
5. Dialogue (“Are You Saying Michael Did This?”)
6. Love Hurts
7. Dialogue (“I Hope She Likes Cripples”)
8. Baby, I Love Your Way
9. Dialogue (“A Taco Deluxe Supreme”)
10. Tom Sawyer
11. Dialogue (“Driven By Pure Animal Instinct”)
12. Let It Ride
13. Dialogue (“Trick Or Treat, Baby”)
14. God Of Thunder
15. Dialogue (“Satan’s Mother”)
16. 1969
17. Dialogue (“Talking About The Anti-Christ”)
18. Only Women Bleed
19. Dialogue (“Needs To Get Laid”)
20. Halloween II
21. Dialogue (“Was That The Boogieman?”)
22. The Shape Stalks Laurie
23. Dialogue (“The Scream”)
24. Mr Sandman

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Your Questions About Halloween Decorations Store

Helen asks…

Halloween Decorations?

Where can I get some really cheap but good Halloween decorations?

answers:

Any of the regular discount stores like walmart, dollar tree, target, etc.

Linda asks…

Office Door Halloween Decorations?

My office is holding a competition for the best Halloween decorated door. We get some kind of prize. Please help with some ideas! We would like to have some kind of theme involved with the door. Thanks!

answers:

We are doing the same thing at my office right now. I started by going to a local office supply store that has a lot of supply’s for teachers. I bought some paper off of the jumbo rolls that they carry in Orange. It fit on the door perfectly. I also bought some “teacher” bulliten board decorations, like pumpkins, bats, ghosts, & spiders. I put a fun haloween border around the whole door and then started adding other fun stuff. I put up lights and cobwebs, and used a over the door hook to put up a lighted spider web that i had from my house last year. I had a stuffed witch tha i sat on the door handle for an extra touch. I would definately suggest using lights. It really makes the door look fun!

James asks…

Poll: Have you seen any Halloween decorations or what not in stores yet?

answers:

Yes, in Hallmark stores!

They even had christmas ornaments out already. WOW.

Donald asks…

Halloween Decoration help???

Me and my friend are having a halloween party and I rely want to go all out on decorations. Help????? (my theme is like haunted mansion)

answers:

All of this depends on your budget/ creativity/technical skill

- Fogger/ Fogger Chiller. Can add spookiness to any room. Fog will generally rise even indoors, so there’s a link to how to make your own chiller. Works pretty well and is cheaper than buying a chilled fog machine. (made one myself a couple years ago).

- Cobwebs. You should have cobwebs all over the place for spooky effect. Adding different types/ sizes of spiders makes it even cooler.

-Gortraits / Lenticulars – You’ve probably seen these at Iparty / Target / Walmart. They are pictures that change from normal to spooky depending on how you look at them.

Cauldron bubblers for your table- great if you’re doing a buffet. They create a water mist type fog for tables. I can’t find it online but I know spirithalloween.com carries them. If you have a store near you, you can go in and ask. They just need about 3 inches of water to work.

Mannequins / Dummies – You can easily create dummies by purchasing masks and stuffing the dummies and prop them in corners. Skeletons also work well too.

Lighting – I would get one of those controls that makes your lights flicker creepily. It gets plugged into a wall outlet and then the light / lights you want to flicker get plugged into it.

I would stay away from heavy strobes or blacklights for a haunted mansion theme, except for small areas. Depending on budget you can buy tons of stuff that will add to the feel. My two favorite halloween sites are frightcatalog.com / spirithalloween.com. I would browse through those for more ideas.

Robert asks…

Where could i get cheap halloween decorations ?

preferably someplace in california on line or in store is fine

answers:

A lot of the Halloween stores can be expensive, especially places like Spirit. I suggest the Oriental Trading company. They have great prices on their site and if there is one thing I look for, it’s great prices because I live in Canada and shipping costs usually do me in. For more info, check out my site http://www.hauntonthehill.com

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Your Questions About Halloween Costumes For Girls

Robert asks…

What are some awesome Halloween costume for two girls?

My best friend and I are both 15 and we are looking for a homemade cute or funny halloween costume idea. Last year we dressed up as a crayons so cute unique stuff we both like. PLEASE HELP!!!
P.S. please don’t say salt & pepper and obvious stuff like that.

answers:

Zig and Zag
Rasher and egg
spongebob and patrick
m and ms (the sweets)
two disney princess
i hope i helped x

Mark asks…

Appropriate halloween costume ideas for a young teen girl?

I need an appropriate halloween costume. One to wear for regular halloween and a church party.

answers:

She could go as a nun. Nothing revealing there.

Steven asks…

What is the best halloween costume for a 12 who is going in the 7th grade?

What is the best halloween costume for a 12 who is going in the 7th grade?
well i want to shock everybody that i made my costume , and i would like to impress my crush, but i need pictures and it has to be appropriate please,
my crush is 13, he likes girls, he told his sister he likes me, but i am not sure, he is funny, and i don’t care if what people think of me, i will be happy no matter what!

answers:

Do not do rock start , that is very important I will check
find out with other people that children that are your ages.
Email back ok.

THank you for looking for my respond.

Thomas asks…

What are good ideas for a group halloween costume of about six 13 year olds?

Hi! about 5 of my friends and I want a really cool idea for a group Halloween costume this year! There’s going to be about 6 or 7 of us, and we’re 13 year old girls. Hope you can help :) thanks!

answers:

Go as either the Smurfs or characters from The Wizarf of Oz

Mary asks…

Can you think of any good but very easy halloween costumes ideas for children?

A 3 year old girl, a 16 year old boy and a 14 year old girl. And by halloween costumes I mean things like ghosts, witches, vampires etc. Any ideas? :)

answers:

A homeless family (put them in bad clothing), Ghost(s) (put them all in either separate sheets or make it a camel ghost and put them all under one!), Zombies (put them in the homeless clothes and paint faces green), Two men and a woman (buy mustaches for the two girls and dress them up in suits and then put a dress on the 16yr boy), Two men and a woman who were killed ( put each in a sheet and put mustaches on the sheets with the girls and put the dress on the boy’s sheet), Two warlocks and a witch who can or cannot be ghosts (dress girls the same only this time paint a pentagram on their heads and put the boy in the dress again with black eyeliner under his eyes and a pentagram on his forehead). I think this should solve your costume problem :D

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Your Questions About Halloween Fundraiser Ideas

Maria asks…

Ideas for School Club! Need ideas BADLY! 10 points for most practical, workable answer!?

Hey everybody, I am President of a school club which is involve with doign fundraisers for helping local kids. What kind of thing should our club do?!?!? I need a creative, workable, CHEAP, thing to do!

A few popular club, like a volunteer club and an environmental club, have an annual event that goes on every year! I am considering to start something like that too!

Or any other creative idea will work too!

answers:

Try doing recycling, save up all the candy and bottles and recycle them,, I’m president of the art club at my school, there are 13 students and we each did that, we each had 5 bags and we got almost 300 dollars after we sold them.
Do a can food drive.
Sell Christmas cards to students.
Do a raffle, sell tickets for 1 dollar and raffle of something nice, try getting stores to donate the prizes.
Sell food.
Do a car wash.
Do face painting for Halloween.
Sell caramel apples.
Try getting local stores to donate the apples or at least give you guys discount.
Call Jamba Juice up, they do in-school Jamba juice sales, 20% of what you earn is yours, its not a lot but trust me, 3 dollar Jamba juice and a school with AT LEAST 300 students and you sell about 20 %…that’s is something.
Also Jamba juice sometimes donates gift cards.
Call a restaurant likes Apple Bees, Chevy’s etc, and ask them to help you host a dinner night.
That’s when you advertise at your school things likes”Apples Bees Night! Come join the school at 6pm”
and get people to go, most of the time my school does that and i think 15% 20% of what they earn goes to your school.
Try those fundraisers.

George asks…

High School Fundraising Ideas?

I am the fundraising adviser for my high school cheerleading team. We don’t have any funding from the district, and we really want to do as many competitions as possible this year. We’ve already done cookie dough, car washes, snacks and jewelry without making much money. Our school is VERY diverse in race and religion so we can’t do anything TOO Christmas or Halloween related.

answers:

Try selling something that your supporters will actually want. Not products that they can get on their own right down the street and usually for a cheaper price. A very good product that gives value to supporters is fundraising cards. The thing about fundraising discout cards is that the supporters save well more than what they actually paid for the card. Xtraman Fundraising has the industries best fundraising cards should you decide to go with a discount card fundraiser. Good luck!

Thomas asks…

Halloween Costume & Party Ideas?

I really want to be something spectacular for Halloween this year. Its one of my favorite holidays, and I never go a year without celebrating. Any costume ideas are welcome! I was a zombie last year, so try and stray away from that. But anything like a zombie with a twist, smurf zombie, superhero zombie, those are okay. I really want a rare costume idea this year.

I also plan to talk to my class supervisor about hosting a Halloween Party at our school as a fundraiser. Any game ideas, haunted houses ideas, and anything are welcome. I plan to have grades 7-12 going. Our school is under 200 people, so we don’t have a large number. Meaning we should be able to do just about anything since it shouldn’t be so crowded.

I have thought of a costume contest, haunted house, picture booth, and pumpkin balloons, zombie dance off, mummy wrap, etc. (pumpkin balloons is just throwing darts at balloons.)

I would also need music ideas, food, decorations, games, and I believe thats it…

Thanks for any other tips/advice and answers in advance.

answers:

Homemade costume ideas:

http://www.coolest-homemade-costumes.com/

Need Halloween Party Ideas???

Http://parentingteens.about.com/od/halloweenfun/a/party_ideas.ht

http://www.ehow.com/video_2371013_game-ideas-teen-halloween-party.html

http://www.kid-party-ideas.com/halloween-party-ideas.html

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1089974/awesome_halloween_party_ideas_for_teens.html?cat=25

http://hubpages.com/hub/Best-Halloween-Party-Ideas

http://party.lovetoknow.com/Halloween_Party_Ideas_for_Teenagers

http://www.seventeen.com/fun-stuff/special/best-halloween-parties

http://www.buzzle.com/articles/halloween-party-games-for-kids-teens-and-adults.html

This is a link to a great list of Halloween music for your party::

http://www.angelfire.com/or2/HalloweenSpooks/HalloweenMusic.html

Richard asks…

What are good fundraising ideas?

answers:

Is this for school? My elementary school sells Valentine and Halloween candy grams. We buy seasonal lollipops for a low price at the dollar stores. We die cut seasonal shapes and let the students write to/from on them. We sell them for $1 each and deliver them to the classrooms. It’s been a huge hit and an easy fundraiser.

Joseph asks…

Ideas for student council events?

Basically, I need help thinking of more events we could do for our highschool student council next year!

We already do things like intramurals, jam nights, dances, selling cinnamon buns, and stuff like that, but I need other big and small, events that are fun and/or entertaining!

Thanks in advance for all of your help!

answers:

-You could hold a Battle of the Bands and charge a $5 fee to view
-You could sell roses for a dollar around Valentine’s day
-You could do a Haunted House around Halloween
-You could hold a barbecue party before the first football game of the season
-You could do a magazine sale
-You could hold a 5k as a fundraiser for your charity of choice (ours is the Special Olympics)
-You could hold an artwalk inside your school

Hope I helped :)

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Your Questions About Halloween Food For Adults

David asks…

what should i do for my Halloween party?

i am having a Halloween party tomorrow night with about 10 of my friends and my twin. we have no idea what we should do for our party. we are 12 and dont have very much money to spend on the party.

answers:

Decorations
Monster Footprints-With black chalk, draw footprints leading up to your haunted house!
Green Pumpkins- Carve green peppers as jack-o-lanterns! You can have a whole row of them, and there are yellow and red peppers to try as well. Have a whole army of scary faces to greet goblins at your door. They will never recover from the fright!

Bobbing Ghosts- Start with a piece of cheesecloth 2 yards long and 1 yard wide. Place a helium filled balloon (white is best) in the middle of the fabric and gather loosely around balloon. Draw a horrid mask on the cloth with a felt pen. You can put some ghosts in a box and when people open the box the ghosts will float up and scare everyone! Or, you can place them on string in front of an open window or a fan and watch them gently move in the breeze.

Icky Cobwebs
Cut some string into 4 foot lengths and tape them to the ceiling. You should have a very dim room for this. Just before the victim arrives you can hold a bowl of water up to the string and get it wet. When people walk in the wet, slimy string will brush across their foreheads and scare them!

Doughnuts on a String- Tie a length of rope between two trees. With kids standing under the rope, tie pieces of ribbon to the doughnuts (one per player) and then to the rope so the treats hang slightly above mouth level. Have players start on the count of three. Instruct each to eat an entire doughnut — no hands allowed — without letting it fall off the ribbon. The first to finish wins. There’s no need for prizes; they’ve just been eaten.

Scary Sound Effects
You can record several scary sounds and play it back during the festivities. A very large sheet of poster board or sheet metal makes great thunder. Uncooked rice poured onto a cookie sheet sounds like rain. Crinkle a handful of cellophane for a roaring fire. To get a good scream you can, well — scream. Snap carrots in half for the sound of breaking bones. Flap a plastic bag in front of the microphone for the sound of bats. Slowly blow bubbles with a straw into a bowl for that bog sound. Hunt around your house and the garden to find a squeaky hinge somewhere and tape it before someone gets to it with a can of oil.

Crunching Bones Underfoot
Spread some dried bread and pretzels under a rug. When your guests walk across the rug it will sound like crunching bones underfoot!

Food
Serve finger foods that come in Halloween colors, such as orange slices, Cheetos, baby carrots, cheddar cheese cubes, Ho-Hos, black licorice, and blackberries. Make fruit kabobs by alternating purple grapes and cantaloupe on wooden skewers.

Use your favorite Halloween cookie cutters to cut soft sandwiches, such as peanut butter & jelly or tuna fish, into spooky shapes, like ghosts, bats, and pumpkins. You can also use mini cookie cutters to cut pumpkins out of orange cheese slices and ghosts and skulls out of white cheese slices to serve with Ritz crackers.

Serve carmell apples! Their a delishious traditional food.

Create spider treats by inserting eight pretzel sticks (four on each side) into the filling of Ritz peanut butter crackers. With a dab of peanut butter, set two raisin “eyes” on top.

Games
You could have everyone gather round in a circle, darken the room, and read them a spooky story, like One Halloween Night (complete with gross props to pass around).

Mummy Wrap- Each child takes turn wrapping up the adult as a mummy. Don’t forget to unwrap them!

Go bobbing for apples. Bobbing for apples is a traditional fun halloween game

Cover all the rooms you won’t be with “cobwebs”. Using tables and things tye the string everywhere for spiderwebs. Use black string! Also put a prize at the end of the spider web. Have everyone go underneath it and see who can get to it first and get the prize.

Black Bat: Paint some small pumpkins black. Then insert too black wings.

Sharon asks…

What to do on my halloween party this year?

Thinking on having a halloween party this year. What should I do with my friends.. any ideas?

answers:

Can you have a bonfire or small fire in a container? Might be chilly, depending on where your at.
Bhg.com has tons of ideas for decorations and food to make for the theme. Adults only parties are more fun, unless you are having the kids join in early and adults continue into the night. Adult parties get crazier costumes :) get a simple prize for kids and adults best costume contest. Have a few judges to be fair.

Http://www.bhg.com/decorating/seasonal/fall/easy-decorating-with-pumpkins/

http://www.bhg.com/halloween/decorating/

http://www.bhg.com/halloween/recipes/

http://www.bhg.com/halloween/parties/

Mary asks…

How to keep pasta warm for buffet style?

For halloween I am making Bat (bow tie) pasta for the kids to eat after they trick or treat. We are having a buffet style dinner for the adults and kids, but I am unsure how to keep the pasta warm without having to microwave it, or using a burner style container.
Thanks!

answers:

Methods I’ve used:
* crockpot
* rice cooker
* big shallow pan of hot water in a warm oven
* prewarming a “cooler” with hot water, dumping it out, and then putting the prepared food inside
* making a steam table out of my range, by setting large pans on simmer and then stacking smaller pans inside. You can put the smaller pans one on top of the other even.
* wrapping steaming hot towels around the outside of serving dishes

The easiest way would probably be to cover it with foil and keep it in a 200-degree oven.

In general, ceramics and glass will hold their heat better than metal pans, so if you need to stash things in their serving dishes, try not to use the metal ones.

Enjoy your party!

Joseph asks…

What to make with 6lb 11 oz of crushed pineapples?

I have 2 cans of 6lbs 11oz of crushed pineapple that I got fom work and am not sure what to do with it. Thinking I want to use it for my halloween party so maybe an adult punch? I would like to use as much as possible in 1 or 2 recipes. Thanks!

answers:

Instead of using it a Halloween party…throw a Luau!
The pineapple can be used in drinks and in food.

Mandy asks…

How can you make an adult Halloween party classy affair?

Any tips or experience please?
And should it be fancy dress?
Chixy…no problem in planning a head.

answers:

Stina’s answer is great.

You can also have a retro party that focuses on a certain time period. Halloween parties were quite popular during the early twentieth century. By sticking to a theme you can limit the types of costumes that will be worn.

As for decorations, again you could go Renaissance, Victorian, 1920′s or any retro look. You could also forgo the ‘typical’ Halloween decor in favor of something like decorating in all white (for a ghostly effect) with numerous orange and black accents, ie orange flowers in white vases with black bows and gauzy white table clothes and chair covers. Lots of red and black can also work. Red velvet curtains and red roses in black vases. This combination would be good for a Phantom of the Opera or gothic vampire theme.

For a masquerade ball you should play appropriate Renaissance music. Other good classical music: Toccata and Fugue, Night on Bald Mountain, Messa da Requiem, and Danse Macabre. For other themes, possibly music from Midnight Syndicate or traditional Irish and Scottish music.

For food you might want to do a formal sit-down dinner. You could also do food stations, which is where each table contains a different type of food. If a caterer is within the budget, they can make some very classy dishes.

EDIT: Maybe a murder mystery would be fun, too.

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Your Questions About Halloween Lights To Music

George asks…

HALLOWEEN PARTY HELP? ♥?

Hi guys (:
Okay so the weekend before halloween I wanna throw a big halloween party! But I have no idea how to plan for it. Me & me two sisters are inviting friends plus family friends (: So the youngest kid should be 7-8 and the oldest would be like 15, maybe 16 but i doubt it! Anyways what should we do me and my friends are in highschool and i dont know what all age groups would enjoy doing? Games, food, music, decorations??? A really good website would help too :D

Thanks (:
Oh and my mom & her bestfriend will be helping me plan as well. They just wanted me to get some ideass (:

answers:

Games:
shaving cream with fake spiders balloon fight
truth or dare
spin the bottle
dercorate candy apples
music w/ strobe light <— AWESOME SO FUN!!!
Pinata with candy and fake spiders, worms, snakes
make oobleck (search on google its so fun)

Food:
Pizza- Dominoes 5-5-5 deal u can get 1/2 one topping and 1/2 another topping and it counts as one topping.
Hot chocolate w/ marshmallow eyes
CANDY

Steven asks…

Halloween birthday party ideas?

im havin a halloween bday party^^^ so yeah any ideas?? its for teens umm all girls everyones coming in there costume tooo. also we might have a costume contest/awards but not sure yet any ideas are welcome
thanks!(:

answers:

You can have a scavenger hunt, have a murder mystery party(the website host-a-murder.com has good ideas), put black lights all in your house and play scary music, put a bunch of foods(Jello, pasta, olives) in dark bowls and cover the top.label them brains, eyeballs, etc. Have everyone put their hands in there and have them write down what they think it really is. Have girls sleepover and watch horror movies all night, make spooky cupcakes, and go toilet papering in ur neighborhood when ur parents are asleep. Hope this helps!

Joseph asks…

Halloween Ideas..?

Yeah, It May Be A Little Early, But To Be Honest, Halloween- For Me, Is One Of The Best Festivals Of The Year ! I Enjoy It More Than My Birthday ! :D I Need Ideas For Halloween Spooky Food, Drinks, Costume Ideas, Or Just Plain Party Ideas =D I’m Thinking Of Taking A Pet With Me This Halloween, But Is It Daft To Take A Little Bunny On A Rabbit Lead? Hehe, =)

answers:

I have a friend that makes more of Halloween that she does Christmas. She decorates her entire house and garden and it does look amazing. It takes her about a week to put everything up. She puts signs all over her house and garden. Also has Halloween lights around her doorway and windows. Inddors she has black papers on the walls of her lounge so that all her illuminated halloween ornaments look even better against the contrast of the black. She has loads of animated ornaments too so lots to see. It really does create the atmosphere. And of course the whole family dress up (adults too) .
Like you i love Halloween. In the Uk you can get Halloween tinsel which looks fab too. Black and green or black and orange. I put spiders webs up at the window with hanging rubber bats and skeltons. I also have pumpkin lights around my windows.
Games for party I put on spooky music/sounds and play musical statues, pin nose on the witch. Obviously we have real pumpkins that we make into the laterns too.
Food wise I label the drinks drakulas blood (cherry pop), witches plegm (lime or apple pop) I do sausages in rolls and make them look like fingers (ketchup resembling blood). Chips. I make a cake and have it shaped as a witch or bat.

Like you i love Halloween! I also make our invitations and buy the stickers to stick on them.

Have a great time. I buy all the halloween table cloths, napkins and party cups/plates etc.
It all looks cosy and festive here on 31st Oct. I aslo round off the night by scaring myself watching a spooky film.

Lisa asks…

young adult halloween part idea’s?

Me and two friends are having a halloween party,
ages will range from 18 to about 30 ill be the youngest one there.

The party will be at a farm house,
the max of people will probably be about 30.
what can we do to keep them entertained

answers:

Dress up in costumes. Have a costume-judging contest. Bob for apples. Play games like Clue and 13 Dead End Drive.

Put up decorations like fake cobwebs and tombstones; orange lights; light-up plastic skulls; witch dolls; jack-o’-lanterns; ghosts and skeletons made out of rubber and cloth; and Halloween-related mobiles and window hangings.

Play appropriate music — be it novelty songs (like Bobby “Boris” Pickett’s “Monster Mash” and Ray Parker Jr.’s “Ghostbusters”); eerie songs (like Mike Oldfield’s “Tubular Bells” and Pink Floyd’s “Careful With That Axe, Eugene”); or both.

Serve refreshments like cider; orange Kool-Aid; Dirt Cups; and cookies, candies, cupcakes, and large cakes shaped like (or topped with decorations that look like) monsters; eyeballs; black cats; etc.

Sandy asks…

halloween party help !?

plz help im freaking out ! im 15 n its my first halloween party and were doing at a hotel … i need help with the decoration and everything i need to make it look cool !!

answers:

It’s fun when you have black lights, or low-dimmed lights to dance under. Maybe hang up some black and orange streamers for halloween? Don’t over-do it, just make sure you have good music and lots of food!

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Your Questions About Halloween Makeup Store

Lisa asks…

What are some home made costume ideas for couples?

My boyfriend and I are going to a party, the theme is halloween. what do we wear! its last minute!

answers:

You could look in any party store and see what kind of props they have. For instance, he could be a dog and you could be a cat if you could find the ears. Or if you want to dirty up clothes you already have (or get them cheap at a thrift store), be zombies by adding black makeup around the eyes and fake blood around the mouth. Mix red food coloring & Karo syrup for blood. Or be hippies – see what kind of funky clothes you already have to work with. Have fun!

Michael asks…

What should I do for my Football player costume?

I’ve already got a little boys Eli Manning Giants Jersey from a sporting goods store, but I’m not sure what to do for the bottoms. I’ve tried looking for actual footall pants but they’re too exspensive and its going to be too cold to wear just shorts.

The jeresy is that classic Giants blue, so i definetly want to wear white bottoms. and i was thinking about getting blue and white tube socks and pull them up. And i have bright blue heels. i’m just lost on the bottoms…

thanksss.
YES… i am a girl. I know football players dont wear heels. i’m trying to make it cute.

answers:

That’s a tough one. You could always buy white spandex-like or cotton capris (make sure they are tight). Then pull your tube socks up. I love the matching blue heels idea. If you want to go all out, take black Halloween makeup and make the two lines under your eyes like the football players do to block the light on the field. That’s a really cute costume idea!

Lizzie asks…

How can I dress like a girl for Halloween?

I am crossdressing for a Halloween party and I want to actually look like a girl. Also, I want to dress exactly how girls usually dress. Could any girl tell me how to get ready, what clothes to wear, and how to put the clothes/makeup on. Thanks bunches!

answers:

Well first off you do need pantyhose or tights and like 3 pair to cover up your leg hair this is important. And if you want to get really into it you can use the foam that you use to build up cushions that you can buy in stores that sell fabric and carve it too make hips. As far as clothing you could go with a dress of some kind or in lue of pantyhose and a skirt/dress you could do jeans, but this is where the fake ass would be most important or you just look metro-sexual. If you do jeans then a bra… Though making fake boobs look not lumpy is not easy.

With the make up you want to over emphasis things. So you’re gonna need eyeliner, blush, eyeshadow, and false eyelashes if you’re willing to go that far.

Here’s a pretty good video about make up:

http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-apply-drag-queen-makeup

but you can also google: drag queen make up made easy.

Sorry this is really scattered, i could show you or help you much better than i can explain it…

Jenny asks…

what to wear with an orange dress for halloween?

I have a long sleeve orange bodycon dress and was wondering about what I could be for halloween. anyone have ideas?

answers:

Orange is a great color for Halloween!

A pumpkin : You could make a cute stem out of a head band & some felt, or construction paper. You could draw shapes around your eyes, nose, and mouth with eyeliner or some kind of halloween makeup (make sure its black) & say you are a jack-o-lantern.

A Witch : You could get some kind of pointy hair , or make one if you are crafty. You can probably get cheap halloween makeup (available at Walmart & Costume stores. Also, possibly at dollar general) & Make yourself look more like a witch.

A Princess : You could wear a crown & make a sash that says Princess “Your name”.

Sandy asks…

Where can I buy cheap Halloween costumes in the Tribeca area of NYC?

I don’t mean Party City-type pre made costumes, I mean thrift stores, maybe even craft suppliers. Anything to help make the perfect halloween costume! It needs to be fairly cheap though.

answers:

I think you can give out a try in online shops like Gigaweb.com,they provide you even separate accessories so that you can design your own dresses for fair prices..Check out the various accessories here at http://www.gigaweb.com/categories/view/2854/accessories-makeup.html

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Your Questions About Halloween Masks

Lizzie asks…

What’s the best halloween mask?

Looking for links/pics of the best/scariest halloween masks you can find.

answers:

That’s one right there, the Saw Puppet or Pig masks!

Http://www.costumzee.com/tag/saw/

search for horror mask on that site, you should find more.

Donna asks…

Scary as HELL Halloween mask!?

Okay, so this year for Halloween, I want to wear a really sick mask.
I NEED a mask that is so disgustingly freaky that it gives all the little kids nightmares!
So I’m thinking the mask isn’t gonna be something stupid that everyone wears like Mike Meyers and Freddy. This has to be so SCARY that I get freaked out when I put it on.
So I was thinking buying them online so that they can get shipped to me.
10 easy points to the person who shows me a pic or gives me a website with reasonably priced FREAKY as heck masks!
HELP!

answers:

Lol, oh so cruel to the children.
I like it :D

hahahhahaha

oh and i found a site with lots of masks.. Http://www.spirithalloween.com/masks/

Carol asks…

Cheap Halloween mask??

Is there a website that sells scary masks that are cheap??

answers:

Party city or Spirit Halloween are your best bets. They have coupons.

Sharon asks…

Banned from Wal-mart for wearing Halloween masks?

Me and my friend went to Wal-mart and saw that they were selling their halloween supplies. We found a couple of masks that interested us, so we decided to act a bit childish and just wear them around the store. After about 20 minutes some woman that works there just freakin’ banned us from walmart. No warning or anything, just straight up banned. Can they seriously just do that? I mean if they’re selling the damned things then there shouldn’t be a problem, right? p.s., before that b*tch even encountered us we walked right beside and made eye contact with a police officer and he did not say a single thing about what were doing.

answers:

Some one saw you guys and reported you. The store may not mind if you tried on a few masks but to actually go walking around the store is a no no. Perhaps some one felt you two were just going to run out the door with the masks on and not pay for them. I ma surprised store security did not stop you. And yes they can do that.

Robert asks…

halloween costume – masquerade mask?

what could i be for halloween if i wanted to wear a masquerade mask similar to this? (not the same colours but the same idea with the feathers)

http://www.props-n-frocks.co.uk/prodimages/accessories/eyemasks/DM015.jpg

answers:

You can be a masquerade butterfly, say like this costume.

Http://www.drugstore.com/popups/largerphoto/default.asp?pid=224642&catid=141292&size=300&trx=29888&trxp1=224642&trxp2=1

And the mask can match the wings.

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Your Questions About Halloween Contacts

Susan asks…

Halloween Contacts??

So for Halloween im thinking of getting some of those spooky contacts online or where ever I can find some decent ones really.
The only problem is, is that I wear prescription contacts regularly..
So how does this work exactly? When I order them is there a way Im supposed to let them know I have prescription based contact lenses? Or does that typically not happen? IDK.
Hahah I feel like this is silly but im clueless and from the people ive asked they said they didnt know.
Help please(:
Thank youuuu

answers:

Remember — Buying contact lenses without a prescription is dangerous!
Get a trial sample from your optometrist. He’ll tell you which brand to use. They are not just a toy, to buy @ Walgreens, Target, etc. Do you know what size you need? They’re not one size fits all!

Be kind to your eyes! Putting something foreign in your eyes can cause blindness. The FDA has received reports of corneal ulcers and blindness associated with some decorative contact lenses. You need to get a doctor’s prescriptions and proper eyecare, you just can’t buy them online, it’s buyer beware.

An example of one with eye problem:
“I always wear clear contact lens because I’m far sighted
A year ago I tried to use the colored ones and they never done any damage to my eyes
Earlier this year I decided to go back using the clear ones
And now everytime I use colored lenses, there are irritations around my pupils
I thought it was the brand I was using but I kept on switching the brands and there will always irritations if I use color lenses.”

Go to the FDA website & search Decorative Contact Lenses: Is Your Vision Worth It?

ALSO: Re: contact cleaners . . . . Promoted as “clinically proven #1 in comfort,” Clear Care lens cleaner’s product label is allegedly not clear enough about the dangers of improper use—resulting in hundreds of eye injuries, according to the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP), a nonprofit safety group that has been lobbying for stronger Clear Care product warning labeling since 2010.

Google: How Circle Lenses Ruined My Eyes.

Sources:
http://www.fda.gov/MedicalDevices/ProductsandMedicalProcedures/HomeHealthandConsumer/ConsumerProducts/ContactLenses/ucm270953

Lizzie asks…

Where can you order Halloween contacts with prescriptions?

I’m looking for some cool contacts like the ones that have smiley faces on them or make your eyes look like cat eyes (Not just those 2 but just as examples) I found some sites but none of which you can get a prescription for so I can actually see good out of them. I saw a site about a year ago I could get them at but I can’t remember what it was.
Hope someone can help me out =)

answers:

Hi! I think that Halloween contacts are a really fun accessory and they can really create the special, scary effects of Halloween!

I found some links for you, and maybe this is the website that you found a while ago:

http://bicheap.com/halloween-contact-lenses.html

http://www.noveltycontactlenses.com/

http://hauntedeyes.com/

http://www.lensesbymail.com/special_effect.htm

http://www.coastalcontacts.com/cSpecialEffects-1.html;jsessionid=BA533597CD0139B2131ACAA9E2E132C1?CatID=12

http://www.framesdirect.com/halloween-contact-lenses-eyewear-gst-lit.html

This is the best website I think:

http://www.allaboutvision.com/contacts/theatrical.htm

Best of luck!

Paul asks…

Halloween??

What is Halloween? Someone tells me the history and purpose of Halloween.. It’s better to mention the Halloween celebration…

answers:

Halloween, or Hallowe’en, is a holiday celebrated on the night of October 31. Traditional activities include trick-or-treating, bonfires, costume parties, visiting “haunted houses” and carving jack-o-lanterns. The term Halloween (and its alternative rendering Hallowe’en) is shortened from All-hallow-even, as it is the eve of “All Hallows’ Day”, which is now also known as All Saints’ Day. Some modern Halloween traditions developed out of older pagan traditions, especially surrounding the Irish holiday Samhain, a day associated both with the harvest and otherworldly spirits. Irish and Scottish immigrants carried versions of the tradition to North America in the nineteenth century. Other western countries embraced the holiday in the late twentieth century. Halloween is now celebrated in several parts of the Western world, most commonly in Ireland, the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and the United Kingdom and occasionally in parts of Australia and New Zealand.

Many European cultural traditions, in particular Celtic cultures, hold that Halloween is one of the liminal times of the year when spirits can make contact with the physical world, and when magic is most potent (according to, for example, Catalan mythology about witches and Scottish and Irish tales of the Sídhe).

The modern holiday of Halloween has its origins in the ancient Gaelic festival known as Samhain (pronounced /ˈsˠaunʲ/ from the Old Irish samain). The festival of Samhain is a celebration of the end of the harvest season in Gaelic culture, and is sometimes erroneously regarded as the “Celtic New Year”. Traditionally, the festival was a time used by the ancient pagans to take stock of supplies and slaughter livestock for winter stores. The ancient Gaels believed that on October 31, the boundaries between the worlds of the living and the dead overlapped and the deceased would come back to life and cause havoc such as sickness or damaged crops. The festivals would frequently involve bonfires, where the bones of slaughtered livestock were thrown. Costumes and masks were also worn at the festivals in an attempt to mimic the evil spirits or placate them. When the Romans occupied Celtic territory, several Roman traditions were also incorporated into the festivals. Feralia, a day celebrated in late October by the Romans for the passing of the dead as well as a festival which celebrated the Roman Goddess Pomona, the goddess of fruit were incorporated into the celebrations. The symbol of Pomona was an apple, which is a proposed origin for the tradition of bobbing for apples on Halloween.

The term Halloween (and its alternative rendering Hallowe’en) is shortened from All-hallow-even, as it is the eve of “All Hallows’ Day”, which is now known as All Saints’ Day. It was a day of religious festivities in various northern European Pagan traditions, until Popes Gregory III and Gregory IV moved the old Christian feast of All Saints’ Day from May 13 (which had itself been the date of a pagan holiday, the Feast of the Lemures) to November 1. In the ninth century, the Church measured the day as starting at sunset, in accordance with the Florentine calendar. Although All Saints’ Day is now considered to occur one day after Halloween, the two holidays were, at that time, celebrated on the same day. Liturgically, the Church traditionally celebrated that day as the Vigil of All Saints, and, until 1970, a day of fasting as well. Like other vigils, it was celebrated on the previous day if it fell on a Sunday, although secular celebrations of the holiday remained on the 31st. The Vigil was suppressed in 1955, but was later restored in the post-Vatican II calendar.

I hope you get the best answer for your question. Happy Halloween’s Day too…

John asks…

Question aout non-perscription halloween contacts.?

`I found this website for halloween contacts for my vampire costume which is what I want. Now i HAVE excelet vision…so i dont need them for seeing just for fun. Do i need to go to a doctor. Some of them ask for a base and curve…what is this and how do i find out….some dont ask for that and just have the word power….what is that. Please help

answers:

Most halloween contacts have a set base curve of 8.6, which is the reason you need to see a doctor to have your eye measured. If for some reason your eye is slightly off in shape (your base curve is different or not close enough to 8.6) then the contact will not fit properly and you could damage your eye.

The word power refers to contacts that also come in prescription strength. Since you have perfect vision your power would be 0.00

Robert asks…

Questions about getting colored/cosmetic/Halloween contacts?

Only answers these queations either if you are an Optician, know much about lenses, or have had experiance with these types of lenses before. Either from ordering them online or buying them from the eye doctor.
I am mostly looking for something “crazy” for Halloween.Like red or white, or lenses with a design of sort on them.
-Can you get these types from an eye doctor (Halloween or decorated lenses)?
-Is it ok just to order them online?
-Do you need a perscription to order them from a website?
-If I take care of them and clean them proporly will they be safe for my eyes to wear when I want?
-Can I just walk into my regular eye doctor and ask to have my eyes examed?
-Can I tell them to order the kind I want there?
-and after I get my eye size and everything checked, can I get them from a website as long as I know which ones fit my eyes properly?
I really want some for Halloween and also just to wear occasioally.

Oh, and also, this is very important. I have been wearing contacts for many years, and I know how to wash them and take them out every night and put them in every morning. They are 3.75 powered Acuvue 2 Johnson and Johnson; if this would help with anything.

Thanks for the help if anyone answers!
Woops noticed I mispelled som words sorry
Ok Nate: Did you read the last part? I said I wear contact lenses already since many years ago. I know how to use them. I just want to know more about the colored and Halloween ones.
Halloween is in several days!
- Princeme Thank you! I like your answers. Can I have a link for the Japan website?
Oh, and have you every bought them from youknowit.com or bodyjewelleryshop.com and know if those are any good? Thanks
Thanks for the links! I like those but right now I want more “creepy look ones like red or white out, mostly for Halloween. I didn’t check to see if those sites had em yet though.
Thanks again for the links. but I need 3.75 powered ones and those are 0.00 :/

answers:

1. Yes you can get coloured lenses from optometrists (well it depends on your local optometrist, my local one sells them. If they don’t, you can get them online)

2. Yes, it’s ok to order them online. HOWEVER, beware of fakes (contacts that cost ridiculously less). The best coloured contacts are either made from Japan or Korea (Should be around 18-40$ a pair) – I can send you links if you want to purchase them online (I buy my contacts online sometimes)

3. No, you do not need a prescription to order them online. However, you can get contacts with prescriptions if you need them.

4. Yes it will be safe, you can wear them everyday however don’t wear them 24 hours a day. Your eyes need to breath (sounds funny, but yes, they do). DO NOT wear them to sleep!

5. Regular eye doctor? I’m not sure what you’re referring to. But you can go to your local optometrist and ask for an eye test, sometimes they will ask you to book an appointment

6. If you optometrist sells the kind of lenses you want, then yes, you can buy it from them as they will know the size of your pupil and iris (so you can get the right sized lenses)

7. Yes, after getting everything checked, you can get them from websites. The diameter of the lenses don’t vary too much anyways.

Your important note: The contacts you normally wear are prescribed so it’s ok to wear them everyday. However, for coloured lenses, it’s important to restrict your use. I’m not sure about the materials, but coloured lenses are very safe to use depending on where you buy it from. I’ve been using them for years. :)

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Ok so, those two websites. I’ve never heard of. Contact lenses are most trusted from Japan or Korea, because that’s where it’s most popular, and lots of people use it, so you know they’re LEGIT and they won’t damage your eyes.

YesStyle is my most favourite place to get contacts. It’s really trustworthy and the shipping is EXTRA FAST.
> http://www.yesstyle.com.au/en/geo-beauty-circle-contact-lenses/list.html/bcc.11966_bpt.299_bid.311732

EyeCandyLens is also good. They’re very nice.
> http://eyecandylens.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=70&products_id=227

CandyLens, I also recommend this.
> http://www.candylens.com/categories/Halloween-Crazy-Lens/

All of them are good and LEGIT, I’ve bought from them before and I’ve never been disappointed. Check them out and tell me what you think. :)

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I see. Check out these ones
> http://www.candylens.com/products/Halloween-White-Out-Crazy-Lens-CPF1.html
> http://www.candylens.com/products/Halloween-Contacts-SF%252d16.html
> http://www.candylens.com/products/Halloween-Red-Lens-CP%252dS6.html

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Your Questions About Halloween Decorations For Sale

Charles asks…

When communities decide to have Halloween on Saturday instead of Sunday?

Who makes that decision and why does the entire community fall in line with it? Is this a sign that a church or “churches” are in control of the community?
Aeca, Thank you for demonstrating how judgmental people in this category are! For the record, I couldn’t give a rats @ss who is tired on Sunday or who is hung over on Sunday.

answers:

G..how’s about a year with no celebration of any holiday at all….think of all the paper saved from sales ads for Black Friday alone!!! No Christmas lights, fireworks in July, Valentines cards, Halloween decorations, or family over just for Thanksgiving turkey…no Easter parade or New Year’s Eve hangover…

Most people that call the shots don’t really care for tradition, just how it works into the schedule…heck, think of all the double time pay saved by not having the cops work extra hours on Sunday for trick or treat if it’s on Saturday

Jenny asks…

HOW TO MAKE MY HOUSE SCARY FOR HALLOWEEN?

I already have some lame decorations lol from dollar store, but when I come back from trick or treating i was thinking I could stand out my home really still so they think im a like a decoration and then scare them LOL

answers:

Might be cool, but you might get tired of standing there. You could sit in the living room in front of open blinds with a reading lamp. Then you’d be very still reading or studying at the window until they come up the sidewalk, & then you could jump up to go to the door. If your porch is big enough, you & a friend could be seated out there in a cushioned lawn chair. Nothing says that a zombie or costumed character like you has to be standing. What could be scarier than a zombie out there on the porch doing a little algebra or studying chemistry & drinking hot chocolate with red hots to turn it red? Oooh…

Another idea would be to make some life-size stuffed characters, either scarecrows or shadow people dressed in black morphs.

Http://www.bing.com/search?q=morphs%2C+costumes&pc=MOZI&form=MOZSBR

On another site there are 3 little kids dressed as shadows that their mother made from these morphs & a few accessories. The site also shows people dressed as scarecrows under the couples category. So, you could use or make some sort of mannequins to be standing out there in their costumes instead of you, except when you feel like joining them a few minutes at a time.

Http://ideas.coolest-homemade-costumes.com/halloween/costume-contest-winners/

edit…Now that I’ve thought about it, if it’s just for stuffed homemade shadow people, maybe you could make them out of black trash bags with rubber bands or other ties, which would be a whole lot cheaper. First I thought of black fabric or black sheets, but even those would be expensive. Go for the black trash bags & stuff them with rags, old sheets, or towels.

If you have any mowed grass, you could dry that out to use on your scarecrows unless you see some really cheap raffia. Just take care that any of these things aren’t too close to any lights that might catch fire & definitely don’t use any unattended candles.

Also, there might be sound effects, such as the theme from the old Twilight Zone television show. Flip that on as they reach the door. Of course, there is lots of Halloween music that might be your own favorites.

Http://www.bing.com/search?q=theme+song+from+twilight+zone&pc=MOZI&form=MOZSBR

You might rig a sheet on a broom to come out a window, either in the living room or at an upstairs window, just as they arrive. Also, you might use a lot of that spider webbing with some toy spiders stuck in it out there on the porch. Maybe you already have some from Dollar Tree or wherever. Add a set of LED skeleton lights, & your house will be right up there with the best. Those light sets should be fairly cheap at stores like Big Lots as the date draws closer. (Last year I bought a little skeleton in black & purple glitter robe very cheaply from a final week’s sale at Big Lots & Halloween pencils for trick or treaters at Dollar Tree to hand out along with some quarters.)

Hope you have enough ideas from this & from the other answers. Have a great time on Halloween night.

Michael asks…

Halloween Craft and Bakery Ideas? Help!?

My friends and I are having a Halloween Sale. We are completing the following:
Magic Tricks
Basket Entries
Bakery
Crafts
Nail Painting
Face Painting
We have everything covered except basket entries, bakery, and crafts. We have some ideas, but not enough. So we need your ideas on the three problems. Please Help!

answers:

You could have cookies decorations, mmm cookies,
Pom pom haloween charecters (like heads)
Decorating trick-or-treat bags
decorating pencils
making masks
Making monsters hands using traced hands cut out of construction paper

John asks…

Halloween party drink ideas?

I am having a halloween party (an adult halloween party). Does anyone have any good drink ideas. We want something festive, fun and good. Also, I am looking for some decorating ideas as well. Nothing too expensive but we want the house to look good!

answers:

Drinks-
Red Witch
Ingredients:
1 shot Pernod
1 pint Cider
Blackcurrant cordial to taste
Mixing instructions:
Put Pernod in a pint glass. Fill almost to the top with cider and add the blackcurrant. After that, it’s up to you.

Vampire Kiss Martini
1 part vodka, chilled
1 part Champagne
1 part Chambord
Garnish with wax teeth/candy corn/blood orange slice
Pour vodka in a martini glass, top with Champagne and pour a little of the Chambord over the back of a spoon to make it float.

Also go to kraftfoods.com and they should have some as well. You should have some nonalcoholic drinks as well.

For the decorations go to stores that sale Halloween decorations and see what they have.

Betty asks…

Requesting ideas for a small Halloween Wedding?

I am looking for suggestions for a Halloween wedding, i.e., food, dress, decorations, etc. Keep in mind this is a very small wedding, 25 people at most. Thank you all for your input :)!
Awww . . . Amy, so sweet of you! Thx very much :)

answers:

I had a Halloween wedding :) I wore a renaissance dress in silver and white and my husband wore a black tunic that had black brocade and silver buttons, black pants and black boots. The maid of honor wore a deep purple irish dress with huge sleeves. The bridesmaids wore a purple/wine strapless dress with a black and silver cobweb shrug. I had 2 ring bearers one was dressed as a hobbit and the other a knight. There were 5 flower girls. We found renaissance halloween costumes on sale that matched the color of the bridesmaids dresses and all the little girls wore fairy wings. I also had 3 jr bridesmaid in halloween costumes belly dancer, vampire, zombie. The groomsmen all wore black outfits of there choice scorcerer robes etc..

It sounds random and crazy but it was very awesome.

I decorated a arch for us to stand under with fall leaves and pumpkins.

The reception was our yearly Halloween party. The head table had skulls and loose roses. The lights were coverd with coffee cans painted white. We punched holes in them to make pumpkins and ravens (Our theme).

The party favors— I bought those candies that are wrapped to look like fingers, ears, eyes etc.. Wrappen them in orange crepe paper and tied them shut with green florest tape. So they looked like pumpkins.

Table decorations- fake fall flowers in teracotta pots with evil scarecrows stuck in them.
*We also bought a box of glass light covers at a yard sale for $1 then sprayed them with glass frosting paint. Then cut out little black bats and glued randomly to the inside. A tea candle was then put inside and make the bats look like there floating.

Each table had a bowl of halloween candy.

We had a open buffet of party food. Meatballs, cookies, hame and cheese corissants, bbq weenies, potato salad.

I know this is babble but hope it gave you some ideas.

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