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Matthew Mead Halloween Tricks and Treats Hardcover – September 2, 2008
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The photos will make you think of Martha Stewart, but the ideas are actually less restrained and more whimsical and doable than the ever elegant Martha.
My favorite for home decorating is the Witches coat rack. A fun entryway decoration complete with a cloak, broom, 'pointy hat' and a large key marked "Dungeon", that looks as though the owner came home to "park it for the night".
I love this book and can't wait to get busy with several of the projects in here.
NOTE: This Book has recently been "RE-DONE" and reprinted in a paperback format. The Cover is different and Mead has added 50% more content. PLEASE BUY THE 2009 "MONSTER" PAPERBACK VERSION INSTEAD!
You will all be much happier if you do!
The projects are very good and varied. There are some for kids and they go upwards to level of difficulty. The cheapest and most kid-friendly thing to do is the Masked Boiled Egg with Witches Hat. They're pictured on the front cover of the book. The kids loved doing them and they're adorable. I made the Mummy Meatloaf (so simple!). Some things can get pricey but you can just take the ideas to make your own version with cheaper materials.
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