These cupcakes make a sweet, if nightmarish, Halloween treat.
When you set up house in a pumpkin like some of the fairies in Pixie Hollow do, it doesn't take much to get into the spirit of Halloween. All you need do is round up a few ghostly guests to hover around the grounds. Using a foam craft pumpkin, you can make a tabletop replica of a phantom-filled fairy house to haunt your own home.
Made from candy-coated pretzels, it's really a sweet-and-salty Halloween treat -- perfect to serve at a party or for a classroom snack.
These eye-patched pumpkin goody bags are just the right size to fill and hand out to pirate-loving party guests or trick-or-treaters.
With this hand-held mask, your child can look through the eyes of the monarch who once was the fairest in the land.
Made of lightweight craft foam, this bat mask is designed to sit on your child's nose in perfect position for him to peer over the outstretched wings.
It wouldn't be Halloween without your requisite black cat, and this homemade mask breaks the mold.
If you go trick-or-treating in Donald Duck's neighborhood, you're apt to end up with a treat bag full of corn. Not your standard cracked kernels, but a more festive variety befitting the holiday: sweet frosted candy corn cookies.
Bartlett or Anjou pears are used in this salad for their
crisp texture. The nut and cheese combination sets the tone of
the dishwhite Cheddar and pecans is decidedly