Halloween II

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Halloween

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DreamWorks Halloween

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History of Halloween

The Haunted History of Halloween (History Channel) (A&E DVD Archives) (2005)

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Return to Halloweentown

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The Day After Halloween

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SpongeBob SquarePants

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Halloween III

Season of the Witch (1982) Tom Atkins

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Playhouse Disney Halloween

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Halloween

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How 2 throw the best Halloween Party?

I need some help im hosting a halloween party and i have no idea what to do can someone help me or give out websites. 10 points!!!

5 Responses to How 2 throw the best Halloween Party?

  • Maggie May says:

    Here’s some stuff I used to do for my kids.
    First, decorate the front of your house. Get some of that fake cobweb stuff and spread it around. You can hang fake spiders in it. I also had plastic rats sitting around on the porch. I had some rubber skeletons and ghosts hanging from the porch and a skeleton windsock. Hang black cat cutouts in the windows. That’s for the scary look. I also did a different look with corn husks by the door and pumpkins sitting around and pots of mums. Then I put cute decorations around and hung indian corn on the door. Or a wreath of leaves.
    For the table- get a plastic Halloween tablecloth. I like black with orange paper plates and cups. You can make ghosts to hang from the chandelier or light fixture – take tootsie roll pops and cover them with a square of white material big enough to hang down and hide the stick. Wrap a thin black ribbon around the stick underneath the pop and tie a knot leaving lots of ribbon for hanging.Gather the material so that its sort of jagged and uneven at the bottom. Then draw a ghost face on the pop -two big dots for eyes and a oval shaped mouth. Hang them at differing heights from the light by the black ribbon. Decorate the table with fake fall leaves or a centerpiece of a witch or whatever your favorite decoration is. Get some plastic Halloween bowls for the food. Get a big plastic witches kettle to serve an orange punch in. You can use orange soda or orange koolaid mixed with soda, whatever,recipes online.
    Make chili if you want to serve something substantial. Serve in foam bowls. I would make chili and serve peanut butter and jelly sandwiches with it. The flavors go well together. I would cut the crust off the pieces of bread and cut it into a ghost shape-sort of rounded at the top-do two pieces on top of each other at the same time so they are the same. Then take sliced black olives and put eyes on the ghosts. Fill with p.b. and jelly or whatever you like.
    I would have a bowl of raw baby carrots and black olives which also go well with chili and they are orange and black! I always had a bowl of cheese puffs or corn curls because they are orange.
    I would take jars of soft cheese spread and form it into the shape of a pumpkin-flat on the bottom of the plate, but shaped like a pumpkin-take a small piece of green pepper to make a stem at top,
    use sliced whole black olives to form a jack-o-lantern face.Use a knife to put grooves in it like a pumpkin has. Serve with crackers.
    I always made those mini-pizzas for my kids-
    1 loaf mini rye bread
    1/2 lb. Rice’s pork sausage
    1/2 lb. Velveeta cheese
    1 tsp ketchup
    1 tsp worchestershire
    1/4 tsp garlic salt
    1/4 tsp oregano
    Fry sausage, drain. Add all other ingredients-stir til cheese melts. Spread about 1 tsp on each piece of rye bread (put them on a baking sheet) May be frozen til baked before serving Bake 350 5-10 min.

    If you are just having snacks, another good one is mini hot dogs or mini sausages in barbeque sauce in a crock pot. You can also have slices of apple and pears with caramel dip you buy in the fruit section of the grocery store.
    Finish with a pumpkin pie. If this if for kids, have little treat bags full of candy. Have decorations everywhere-decorate the mantle with ghost garlands (DollarTree) and candles and little decorations. Have Halloween cut outs hanging on fridge and doors. If you have a basement that isn’t finished it would be a great place to decorate. Hang black plastic on the walls and then put skeletons and other cut- outs on top. You could even have a big tub to bob for apples in. Get one of those tapes with scary ghost noises and turn the lights down and burn candles.
    Google Halloween parties. Have fun!

  • Travis L says:

    Decorate your house (obviously.) Make some scarecrows for the yard, put out some tiki torches. MAKE JUNGLE JUICE!!!!

    Swap out the porch lights for black lights or red lights. Have plenty of alcohol. Give out trophies for best costumes.

    You can get a lot of Halloween decorations for cheap with Oriental Trading.

  • Teawitch says:

    I hate to say this, but Martha Stewart almost always has clever ideas. I would say first pick a theme and stick with it. Make sure you have the candy, treats and games ready to set up the morning of the party (don’t forget the music!), and just have fun.

  • Prosperity66 says:

    Why not going for a Halloween party for everyone, adults and children, invite your friends and neighbours; married or single and their children?

    The principle of pot-luck party is the following one: each guest brings different dishes: meal, dessert, pie or drink – alcoholic or not.

    You can start by creating invitation cards with funny Halloween decorations and set up a costume theme.

    Here’s a link that might be useful:

  • Anne says:

    Good themed music in Halloween parties is always awesome. You might get a cd with music to play in the background.

    Get yourself some basic halloween receipes, like apple cider, carve a pumpkin and make a jack-o’lantern.

    Also, might keep in mind the age group of your audience. If your hosting for adults your party is going to be different, then if your having over families, and children.

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