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Although there are good witches out there, the ones associated with Halloween are practitioners or the dark arts, bent on using their powers for nefarious purposes and brewing potions that sure aren’t meant to help cure the common cold.
Humans have been, at some points, able to help these creatures "cross over" and find final resting places.
Add that to the fact that humans dwelled in caves that sometimes wound down deep into the dark depths of the earth, and you can see how many cultures formed ideas about underground realms of the dead.
Werewolves generally feel and act like normal humans until the moon is full, and then their bodies and their minds change into some combination of human and wolf.
Like the satyr, the succubus is a monster that is meant to combine our fear of strange creatures with our attraction to the unknown.

For a long time Halloween has been associated with scary monsters, strange creatures, and spooky places.

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In Ireland, fairies were numbered among the legendary creatures who roamed on Halloween whereas the Wild Hunt would gather a flock of various creatures from the other side.

Like their Draculian counterparts, a small number of bat species actually subsist on animal blood – <a href= ;vampire bats</a> have been known to attack humans on occasion – using sharp teeth to cut into the sleeping victim.
Many of them once instilled real fear in <a href= ;medieval towns</a>, when folklore reigned supreme and getting freaked out came easy.
Vampires have popped up in cultural folklore for thousands of years, though the fanged-and-coiffed version we know comes from the 18th and 19th-century <a href= ;myths of Eastern Europe</a>.
Typically normal and well-mannered until a <a href= ;full moon</a> kicks in, werewolves are cursed shapeshifters that have appeared in the legend set of nearly every culture going back to ancient Greece.
Like all pagans, they were demonized as heretics by the Christian church, a hunt that reached its apex in <a href= target=new class=captionlink>medieval</a> Europe and 17th-century America.
A standout among freaks and monsters, the nutritious <a href= ;pumpkin</a> may be Halloween’s most famous symbol.

By Terry Marsh Tombstones – instructions for making, carving, painting and weathering foam tombstones (including manual letter kerning for giant-sized fonts) (select "projects" from left then "tombstones" from list.) By Ghostess Deanna Tombstones – instructions for carving and weathering a tombstone, good pictures.
By John Nelson Head In A Jar – instructions for making a face-in-a-jar prop.  By Derek Greenwood Headless Horseman – instructions for making a full-sized headless horseman and horse that appears to come out of a tree.
Witch On Roof – instructions for making a frame that connects to roof for supporting full size flying witches.  By Jeff Quaglietta Witch Project – instructions for covering a wighead with paper mache to make a witch head.
By Cliff Cheap and Easy Halloween Prop Hands – instructions for making hands from gloves and foam.
By David Llewellyn of RavenManor Dancing Ghost Ring – basic instructions for making a large ring of static ghosts.
By Steve DeGroof In Your Face Scarecrow – basic instructions for making a freestanding scarecrow ppneumatic prop.
original by Scott Axworthy, this on by Chris Olsen Baird Manor Leering Prop – instructions for making a pneumatic prop that comes out from behind a gravestone.
By DJKammo Demon Reaper Skull – extensive instructions for making full-sized paper mache skulls from scratch.
By Mark Butler Leaping Witch – basic animated instructions for making a pneumatic witch that jumps out at people.
By Deathtouch (Mark) Giant Alien Stalk Thingy – instructions for large-scale monster made of ventilator duct.  By Garage of Terror (James Beach) Giant Hand – instructions for making a 3 foot high monster hand out of expanding foam.
By Eye1313 Mini-Spider – instructions for making a spider out of skeleton hands and a tiny skull.
By Peter Woskov Peering Prop – instructions for making a moving skeleton that peeks out from behind something.
By StudioCreations Unborn – basic instructions for making a spiny foru-legged creature prop.
Mat Switch – Basic instructions for making a matt switch that activates a prop when stepped on.
By Thad and Kelly Tombstone How-To – instructions for making foam tombstones with etched surfaces using masked lettering and spraypaint.
By Cliff Bone End-Table – basic instructions for making a table using skeletons for supports.
(select "Projects" on the left then "Bluckies and PVC" form the list) By The Ghostess Deanna Fixall Skull Plaque – instructions for making a plaster cast of a small skull .
By Adrian McCarthy Halloween Jars – instructions for making a variety of Halloween specimen jars Halloween Tinkering Popup Ghost – instructions for motorized lifesized popup figure.
By KJ Lamar Manor Sign – basic instructions for making an animatronic talking sign based on singing Christmas tree.
By Scary Terry Kicking Legs – instructions for making a kicking leg prop for hanging from a tree.
By Scary Terry Bucky Demon – instructions for making a "demon" out of a Bucky skeleton.
By PerfessorEvil Budget Head Molding – basic instructions for 3 different methods of making life-size heads.
By Monster Karaoke (Martin) Jacobs Ladder – basic instructions for making a large arcing electrical spark.
Zombie Project – video with basic instructions for making a full-sized foam-covered standup zombie.
By John Selph Lantern Pillar – basic instructions for making pillars with hanging lanterns inside.
By Chris Silvia Blacklight Shelf – basic instructions for making a shelf with built-in blacklight for under-lighting props.
By Tracy Halloween Tombstones – instructions for making tombstones using a spraypaint lettering technique.
By Toy Keeper Making of the Wolf – basic instructions for hacking an animated lawn deer and turning it into a wolf.
By Keeba (Michael Hedstorm) Jack the Pumpkin King – pictures and minimal instructions for making a tall scarecrow prop.
By Jeff Baird Prop Floater – extensive instructions for making a floating candelabra and general purpose mechanical linkage.
Original by Scott Axworthy, this one by David Llewellyn of RavenManor Axworthy Flying Ghost – instructions for making an outdoor flying ghost.
Ghost Captain – instructions for making a skeleton pirate captain and the moving ships wheel.
By Terry marsh Skeletal Hands – instructions for making skeleton hands from wire and Crayola Model magic.
By Jeffrey Sherrard PVC Armature Figures – instructions for making a lifesize prop using PVC pipe.
By  Kat McCarthy Haunted Books – basic instructions for making a row of  books that move in and out of a bookshelf.
By The Pod (Mike) Pneumatic coffin – basic instructions for making a coffin with pop-open lid.
By Stuart Schneider Johnnys Ghost – instructions for making a 7-movement animated ghost using 1 reindeer motor.
By Ghoul Friday Canvas Facade – basic instructions for making a sheet of canvas look like a wall.
By PerfessorEvil Minions Motorized Dancing Ghost Ring – instructions for making the first part of a full sized (12 foot wide) ring with figures.
By Mark Butler Giant Paper Mache Jack O Lanterns – instructions for making paper mache pumpkins based on plastic shapes.
By MotorMayhem (Miles) Popping Skulls – instructions for making a pneumatic popup skull.
By Greg AKA Widow Maker Shaking Skelly Cage – instructions for making a full size shaking skeleton in a hanging cage.
By Peter Woskov Puking Exorcist Head – instructions for making a water-pump prop head.
By Mike Taylor Attack-a-gator – instructions for making a foam alligator prop that attacks.
By Wes Bourn Halloween Candlestick – instructions for making a fancy candlestick from skeleton parts.
By Corey Minion Teleportation Pod – instructions for making a pod prop that an actor can stand inside.
By MistrFinga Bloody Cutting Board – instructions for making a static blood prop from red-colored glue.
By BigScreamTV Tombstone Applique – instructions for making and attaching appliques to foam tombstones.
By Cory Derenburger Hot-Air Balloon prop – instructions for making a skeletal hot-air balloonist.
By Johnny Kicking Legs – instructions for making a motorized kicking leg prop for placing under a lawnmower.
By DJKammo Flying Ghost – instructions for making a a freely moving outdoor ghost system.
By Ghoul Friday Vampirella 2009 – basic instructions for making a life-sized figurine.
By Mark Skeleton hands – instructions for making skeleton hands from wire and clay.
By Andrew Mercer Scissor Prop – instructions for making a pneumatic scissor to move a prop.
By Jeff Baird Levitating Woman – instructions for making a very lightweight prop that can be easily levitated.
By KkrazyKkaren Flying Crank Ghost Puppet – instructions for making a wearable costume that resembles a FCG.
(Select "projects" on the left then "Witch hat" from the list) By The Ghostess Deanna Witches cooking tri-pod stand – instructions for making a tripod-style stand appropriate for witches in the woods.
By Kevin Kennedy Bubbling Halloween Cauldron – instructions for making a lighted cauldron you can sit in.
By Chuck Rice Halloween Grave – instructions for making a temporary realistic looking mound of dirt.
Horsemans Horse – instructions for making a life-sized horse static prop.
By Skeleton Foundry (Leo Geskey) Hanging Skeleton in Cage – instructions for making a hanging cage that can hold a skeleton.
By Baird Manor Baby Alien Specimen – instructions for making an alien-in-jar prop.
By Mark Butler Burned Body – instructions for taking a skeleton and making it look like a burned body.
By Corey Derenburger Kleenex & Glue "Snot Rag Mache" – illustrated instructions for making withered skin texture.
See also his Meathead Ingredients page Supper Party Project – instructions for making a variety of themed food for a Halloween supper party Creepy Ghoulish Halloween Punch – instructions for a punch with exposing worms.
Mummify a Bucky – instructions for making a Bucky skull look like a mummy.
By Cory Derenburger Heartthrob – instructions for making a heart-in-a-jar prop.
Bony Chandelier – basic instructions for making a chandelier from bones.
By PropBoy (Scott) Vampy – instructions for making a vampire head using a goalie mask as a base.
By Skeleton Foundry (Leo) Wizard Wands – Instructions for making wizard wands out of paper.
(click on "How To") By Wolf Creek Cemetery (Brent, Brandy, Braden & Baylee Ella Whitney) Meteorite – instructions for making a pulsating glowing meteorite and display box.
Axworthy Flying Ghost – instructions for making an outdoor flying ghost.
By Alba Spiked Fencepost Finials – instructions f ro making quick and easy finials for a halloween fence.
By Scary Terry Roof Ghost – instructions for making a ghost that flies around roof.
By Kevin Gierlach Pill Bottle Prop Trigger – instructions for making a easy-to-hold but relatively invisible trigger.
By Wes Bourn Heavy Duty Groundbreaker – extensive instructions for making a strong ground skeleton.
By Cory Derenburger Super-Easy-Monster-In-The-Box (SEMITB) – instructions for making a large box that moves using a off-center drill.
By Born2Haunt (Frank) Skull Mold – instructions for molding an existing skull and making numerous copies.
By Halloween Propmaster   columns with propane flames – instructions for making cfence columns that include a hidden propane torch.
By Garage of Terror (James Beach) Creepy Props (Giant Ants) – instructions for making giant ants from styro balls and wire.
By Merlin Simple Animatronics (robotic hand) – instructions for making a moveable monster hand.
By Merlin Toe Pincher Coffin – instructions for making a fullsize coffin from foam and detailing it to look real.
By Cliff Giant Spider Web – instructions for making a giant spider web out of rope.  By hallowbeanie (Michele Slack).
By KJ Corpsing a Blucky – instructions for making a blow-mold skeleton look more realistic.
Original by jimmyzdc , this one by Terry marsh Flicker Light – instructions for making a collections of flickering candles.
By Noah Fentz Skydiver Skeleton – instructions for making a skeleton hanging with a parachute.
By Chris Silvia Haunted Books  – instructions for making a row of books that move in and out of a bookshelf.
Corpsification Techniques – instructions for making a skeleton look more realistic.
By "Creepy" Chris Bartram Climbing Skeletons – instructions for making a set of climbing blow-mold skeletons.
By Chimene Bubblehead – instructions for making a wighead-based prop.
By Ghoul Friday Bubbling Brew – instructions for making an animated witch stirring a cauldron.
By Keeba and the gang Lit Tombstone – illustrated instructions for making a tombstone with lighted graphic.
Faux Foam Boards – instructions for making realistic fake boarded up windows.
By Chris Silvia Candelabra – instructions for making a outdoor lighted candelabra.
By Ted Perron Entry Gate and Fence – instructions for making a foam entryway and PVC-pipe fence.
By SpookyBlue Lightning Light Box – instructions and diagram for making a randomized lightning simulator circuit.
By Dreadnight BucketHead Monster – instructions for making a monster head from a 5-gallon bucket.
By SpookyBlue Low Budget Fog-Chilling Witches Cauldron – instructions for making a cauldron fog chiller.
By Holly Stokes Character Tombstones – instructions for making tombstones featuring a 3D custom face in relief.
By Peter Woskov Corpse Hands – extensive instructions for making multiple-bone corpse hands from scratch.
By Mark Butler Harry Potter Bookshelf – instructions for making a fake bookshelf filled with authentic-looking books.
By Zombie Zach Stalker Costume – instructions for making a large costume that mounts on a helmet.
By Hauntary (Steve) Articulated Monster Frame – instructions for making a lifesize generic posable frame that many props can use.
By Aaron Lebioda Rocking Tombstone – illustrated instructions for making a tombstone that rocks back and forth.
By Cindy and Bob Simple Cemetery Fence – instructions for making a durable fence from wood and PVC.
Paper Mache Pumpkin – instructions for making a pumpkin from a garbage bag covered in paper mache.
By Kevin Kennedy Corpse Hands – instructions for making life-sized posable hands.
By Halloweenie Pop-up pneumatics – instructions for making a generic pneumatic popup mechanism.
By The Spectral Traveler (Hilber Graf) Swamp Thang – instructions for making a large scale static lawn decoration.
Derek Verner (Reprinted from Popular Electronics.) Good, cheap, upgradeable sheet plastic vacuum former – instructions for making a vacuum forming tool.
By LAZ (Larry Neirynck) Spider Plans – instructions for making large-scale spiders.
Zombie Hand – instructions for making a hand from wire, tape and latex.
By Bananaman Wall Sconce  – instructions for making a sconce of skeletal hands holding a candle.
From DadCanDo Wrought-Iron fence – animated instructions for making a simulated wrought-iron fence.
By Garage of Terror (James Beach) Milk Jug Monsters – instructions for making 4 different life-size monsters out of milk jugs.
Monster (The Frank Patriot way) – video instructions for making a lifelike cutout monster shape.
By LAZ  (Larry Neirynck) Trick Table – instructions for making a table that allows an actor to appear with a destroyed body.
By Vern Graner Piny Hills Crypt – detailed instructions for making a full-sized plywood crypt.
By John Nelson Figure Armature – instructions for making a life-size poseable PVC frame.
Spider Jumper – instructions for making a pneumatic spider jump out of a cage.
By Uncialle.  Headless Horseman – instructions for making a full-sized headless horseman and horse.
Corpse Chandelier – instructions for making a working chandelier featuring corpse hands.
This one by Cory Derenburger Haunted Mirror – instructions for making a mirror with changing reflections.
By Tony Barkdull Simple Fancy Fence – instructions for making a fancy-looking cemetary fence.
By Hollyberry Wire and Latex hands – instructions for making skeletal hands from wire and latex.
By Karen Woodiel Digital Sound Recorder How-To – instructions and circuit diagram for making your own digital sound recorder.
By Stolloween (Scott) Demon Chair – instructions for making an impressive centerpiece chair to hand out candy from.
By Dan Stirring Cauldron – instructions for making a motorized witches cauldron.
By Rich Heslip Fog Machine Vortex – instructions for making a lighted tunnel in fog.
By DJKammo Celtic Cross – instructions for making a Celtic Cross out of wood and foam.
By Greencapt (Eric Peterson) Giant Spider – instructions for making a ceiling spider built from overhead fan.
By Wes Bourn Skin Face – instructions for making an unwrapped-skin effect mask.
By Piney Hills (Vance) Goldie’s Toxic Waste Barrels – Instructions for making glowing toxic waste/lava barrels.
By Wes Bourn Skelerector – instructions for making a pneumatic linkage popup.
Bob Popper Ghoul – instructions for making a pneumatic popup ghoul.
Gibbet Cage – instructions for making full-sized hanging torture cage.
By Phil Jones Hand Of Glory – instructions for making a skeletal hand from cheap markers.
Inexpensive pneumatic cylinder – instructions for making a PVC pneumatic cylinder for animating props.
Easy Eyes – instructions for making realistic eyes from deodorant balls.
By Cory Derenburger Scarecrow – instructions for making a scarecrow out of grape vines.
By David Gagné Hand Casting- instructions for making a life-sized cast of your own hand.
By Cliff Chickenwire Dummies – extensive instructions for making life-sized figures from chicken-wire.
By  Faux Flame Urn – instructions for making an urn with a fake flame effect in it.
By Cliff Candelabra – instructions for making a large wired candelabra.
Lightning Machine – instructions and circuit for making a lightning simulator.
By Ronnie Reaper Stone – instructions for making a Grim Reaper statue on a pedestal.
Lift & Turn Piston – instructions for making a turning pneumatic cylinder.
By Piney Hills Groundbreaking Coffin – instructions for making a coffin with figure from coroplast.
By Allen Frankenstein – instructions for making a life-size stand-up figure.
By Ryan Evans Scarecrow – instructions for making a scary pumpkin-headed scarecrow.
Best Fog Chiller – instructions for making a bucket and ice style fog chiller.
By Dreadnight Civil War Cannon – instructions for making a full-sized cannon that shoots smoke.
By Bob and Cindy Rain Proof Black Light – instructions for making an outdoor waterproof black light.
By Mike Dungeon Pillars! –  revised instructions for making full-size carved dungeon pillars w/skeleton decoration.
By ShadowManor Spider04 – instructions for making realistic static spiders.
By Merlin Calhoun Fireflies – instructions for making dancing fireflies (ala Pirates at Disneyland).
By ibmerlin Crate Pop-Up – instructions for making a pneumatic pop-up.
By HauntedYards Cardboard Coffin – instructions for making a fullsized lightweight coffin out of a sheet of cardboard.
By Screaming Scarecrow (Paul) Carnival Ticket Booth (plus Sign)- instructions for making a wooden -framed ticket booth.
By the Parsons Family (Cody) Scarecrow – instructions for making a PVC and Pumpkin scarecrow.
Baby Spiders – instructions for making small realistic spiders.
By m1ndtrap6 (William) Zombie Arms – instructions for making arms that can be planted in the ground.
Vines – instructions for making vines out of wire and hand towels.
By Jenna Mummy – instructions for making a full-sized mummy from cardboard and sheets.
By Tony Shutters Evil Ash Costume – instructions for making the costume from the movie.
Scissor Hinge -Youtube video instructions for making a scissor-hinge used in many many props.
By SpookyBlue Spooky Old Sign – instructions for making a weathered sign.
By Dave Jewell Cauldron – instructions for making a lighted/fogging cauldron from a plasit barrel.
Lighted Vacancy Sign – instructions for making a lit vacancy sign.
By Darklight Entrance – instructions for making a fullsize haunt entrance from cardboard boxes.
by CJ of Dreadnight Making Rib Cages – instructions for making rib-cages out of wire and cotton balls.
By Born2Haunt Bats – instructions for making a realistic bat completely from scratch.
By Born2Haunt Mask making For Beginners – instructions on how to make a latex mask.
By Cliff Swinging Chandelier – instructions for making a chandelier and getting it to swing.
By LAZ (Larry Neirynck) Fly’s Claw – instructions for making a movable wearable fly claw.
Goblin Greeter – instructions and circuit for making a peppers-ghost illusion.
Bleeding Portrait – instructions for making a portrait that continuously drips blood.
By Robert Gannon Bird Girl – instructions for making a small bird-bath statue.
Mummy Man – instructions for making a full-sized mummy.
By MistrFinga Hangmans Cross – instructions for making a hangmans cross out of wood and in-ground mounting.
Sally – animated instructions for making the FCG.
By Holly Stokes Witches Campfire – instructions for making a realistic-looking campfre perfect for a witches pot.
instructions for making small backlit spiders.
Antique Pictures – photoshop instructions for making a picture look antique.
By Dano Needhammer SpiderWeb Plans – instructions for making a 20′ spiderweb.
Pirate Cannon – instructions for making a pneumatically worked pirate cannon.
By Sean3000 Descend into Terror – instructions for making a simulated elevator.
By That_One_Guy Amazing Feejee Mermaid! (From Borneo.) – instructions for making a mermaid from actual fish skin.
Plywood Chain – instructions for making a paintable chain made of plywood.
By The Grounds Keeper (Joel) Flat Owl – instructions for making an Indian burial platform.
By Sean3000 Candelabra – instructions for making an inexpensive candelabra.
Crush Room – instructions for making a ceiling of spikes that lowers onto people.
$30 Mummy – instructions for making a wrapped mummy (PDF format).
By Pumpkinrot Spaceship – instructions for making a full-size spaceship.
Creepy Things from Fishing Lures – instructions for making creatures from old fishing lures.
Tunnels and Tents – instructions for making a cheap tent.
By StudioCreations Eye-Bead Demons –  Instructions for making eyes-in-the-bushes out of tin cans.
Spinning Skull Ghost – basic instructions for creating a motor-driven hanging ghost.
By DJKammo Simple Blucky Animation – Instructions for a very quick and easy (but not particularly cheap) way to add some basic animation (head left/right pan) to a blow mold skeleton using the servos and the Parallax Prop-1 control board.
By Derek Greenwood Stalker Prop – basic instructions for a large costume that mounts on a helmet.
Bloody Skull Candle lamp – instructions for using a plastic skull and flicker lamp to make a tabletop prop.
Grim Reaper Costume – basic instructions for a moving skeleton hand.
By Guy and Jen Casting a Skull – Snot~Rag Creations – instructions for creating a skull using paper mache.
By Allen Home-Built Laser Show – basic instructions for creating a laser effect using mirrors.
By Mark Butler Demon Skull – basic instructions for changing a skull to demonic one.
By Chuck Rice Animatronic Zombie – basic instructions for building a motor-driven pop-up zombie.
By SpookyBlue Toxic Barrel Popup – Toxic Barrel Pop-Up – instructions using pneumatics to pop a head out of toxic barrel.  By Chris Olsen Toxic Drum – instructions for converting a drum into a toxic drum.
Skull Corpsing Tutorial – instructions for adding extensive detail and color to basic skulls.

Read about the famous classic monsters of the Halloween season.
Scary Halloween monsters stories and pictures.
Some of them originate in ancient Ireland and others come from modern-day America.

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Continuing with the theme of small but very scary monsters, the China Doll is a scary Halloween monster if there ever was one.
Again, if you disagree, just tell me what your Top 5 Scary Halloween Monsters are in the comments.
Here's a list of the Top 5 Scary Halloween Monsters (in my opinion).
There you go! The Top 5 Scary Halloween Monsters.

For non-sweet treats, serve up some monster-theme fare, such as "fish heads" (miniature fish-shape crackers), "monster bones" (carrot sticks), "tentacles" (pickle slices), "eyeballs" (green olives), and "brains" (cauliflower and broccoli).
If you have access to a photo printer, set it up at the party and print out photos of the kids posing behind the monster cutouts (previous slide).
Download our free picture frame template before the party and print several onto magnetic printer paper.
Editor’s Tip: If you don’t have a portable printer, print the photos after the party and mail or hand-deliver with a frame as a "thanks for coming" gift.
Fill more clear dishes with green "scales" (jelly beans), "monster hair" (black licorice), and "fangs" (candy corn).

Is there a monster in your closet? Or maybe under your bed? When you were a child did you make your parents check for and banish monsters from your bedroom before you could sleep? If so, you probably helped provide power for the city of Monstropolis! You may have been visited by Sulley, Mike, or Randall.

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The Hubby and I saw Dracula Untold last night because it’s at Halloween Horror Nights this year (which we get to go to next week!!!!) AND HOLY FUCK THIS MOVIE IS SOOOO GOOD.
I remember carefully studying the Dracula Bride outfits from the 1931 film way back when I was creating my first Dracula’s Bride Gown, and realized that the originals were quite likely made in pastels to give that pale, but subtle depth.

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Available only for 2008, this Monster of the Deep museum adds a watery haunt to Department 56’s Snow Village Halloween collection.
You’ll even see a few tentacles escaping! This limited-edition piece is hand numbered (13,000 in total) and makes a great start to a new Halloween village or a fittingly frightful complement to a seasoned collector’s set.
The exceptionally well-detailed ceramic building features a decaying moss-covered façade, interior lights, barren trees, and two aquarium tanks.

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10 Monster Books for Kids from Serving Pink Lemonade.
Another sensory tub, a witch’s brew of monster eyes and such from Adventures at Home with Mom.
Create a monster of a mummy with tin cans, from Crafty Journal.
Keep an ‘eye’ out for trick or treating with this countdown from Reading Confetti.
Focusing on kids activities perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.

1st Birthday Halloween Cake by Pink Cake Box in Denville, NJ.
Even though two years have passed since then, I still like what I made , so I dare to post it until now.
I made this cake two years ago.
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Red velvet brain! So disgusting but yet I want it lot at the same time.
Monster Clipart Digital Monsters – Set of 12 (Set 2).

Under the eerie glow of the full moon, you’ll be paying a pulse-quickening visit to the Universal Studios Monsters Halloween Village collection! The frights abound in this unique Halloween decoration, beginning with Issue One featuring Dr.
Next, your decorative Halloween village collection continues with Issue Three, The Mummy’s Tomb, and Issue Four, The Creature’s Black Lagoon, each with select FREE accessories.

This is a cute book filled with great pictures and short synopses on various Halloween monsters.
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These monster outfits often include a dress with leggings and other accessories to match your daughter’s look to the dolls and cartoon characters of the franchise.
The fashionable monster ladies from the show know how to dress, so their fashion sense can transfer to your Halloween style.
Don’t forget the colorful wigs, gloves, and makeup to make your look match the fabulous styles of the Monster High characters.
Strike a fun balance between scary and stylish this Halloween with our Girl’s Monster High Costumes.
Make your next Halloween event a monster mash smash with our girl’s Monster High costumes.
Our girl’s designs mimic the styles on the show so you can look like Frankie, Draculaura, Clawdeen Wolf, and your other favorite high school monsters.

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The name Dracula is derived from a Romanian word that means "devil" or dragon." Obviously, Vlad Dracula was not a vampire, but Stoker undoubtedly used the historical figure as the basis of his vampire story because of Vlad’s bloodthirsty style of dealing with those who opposed him.
"A Brief History About the Dracul" states: "Vlad’s brutal manner of terrorizing his enemies and the seemingly arbitrary manner in which he had people punished earned him the nickname ‘Tepes’ or ‘the Impaler,’ the common name by which he is known today.

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