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Halloween Ideas For 2010

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Halloween Ideas is a family-friendly ebook Chock full of homespun
Halloween fun! Easy-to-make costumes that you won’t have to pay high
store prices for. Entertain your children and their friends with fun
Halloween crafts and decorating ideas. Turn your backyard into a
Haunted House for trick-or-treaters to go through in order to get their
candy. We’ve included lots of pages of delicious recipes, such as
Monster Party Mix, Mummy Dogs, Pumpkin and Goblins Punch, Skeleton
Bones, and much, much more! We didn’t forget the party games either.
They are simple, fun, and safe. Here Is A Partial List of What Is Cramed inside of This E-Book Table of Contents

Haunted Tree
Halloween Cards
Spooky Spideers

Ghost Bowling
Ghost Hunters
Scavenger Hunt
Jack-o-Lantern Faces

Little Old Lady or Man
Punk Rocker

Simple Halloween Treats You Can Make in Minutes
is all about the treats. So, how can you make some fun treats at home
that your little ones will love? It’s easier than you might think.

Do you have some Halloween Cookie Cutters? That’s all you’ll need to make these first three fun and memorable Halloween treats.
1. Terrifying Tortilla Chips: Start with some flour tortillas and
spray a bit of canola oil on them. Sprinkle parmesan cheese or cinnamon
and sugar on them. Then cut fun shapes out of the tortillas with a
bat, ghost or pumpkin cookie cutter. Put the shapes into the oven for a
crispy treat.
2. Spooky sandwiches: Make your favorite sandwich. Peanut butter
and jelly works just fine. Then, using a cookie cutter, press hard into
the sandwich and you’ll get a spooky treat. If you use a pumpkin shape
cookie cutter, add licorice or candy corn to make eyes and nose on a
jack-o-lantern face.
3. Creepy Cheese and Cold Cuts: Buy packaged cheese (the kind that
you peel the plastic off). Also, buy some cold-cuts. Using a cookie
cutter, make spooky shapes. Present the cheese and cold cuts on a
platter as an appetizer – or have a sandwich smorgasbord and allow your
guests to use the creepy cheese to make their own sandwiches. So Order Now Before and Have a Great Halloween
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