Love crafting? Enjoy baking? Is Halloween just your favorite holiday?
Then these books are for you!
Glitterville’s Handmade Halloween: A Glittered Guide for Whimsical Crafting
With gorgeous full-color photos and step-by-step instructions for making 20 whimsical Halloween crafts–including some never-before-published Glitterville favorites–Glitterville’s Handmade Halloween is the go-to guide for America’s second-biggest retail holiday.
Celebrate the season of costumes and candy with Glitterville’s guide to creating a wondrously wacky and whimsical holiday!
Treat yourself to the kookiest compilation of crafts and decor assembled from Glitterville’s creator, Stephen Brown, judge of Craft Wars on TLC.Glitterville’s Handmade Halloween is full of bright, colorful photos, step-by-step holiday how-tos, and over-the-harvest-moon decorating ideas to make your home sparkle and shine this spooktacular season.
A great book for intermediate to experienced crafters, Glitterville’s Handmade Halloween will delight readers as they make their way through the playfully photographed pages of the book, which include full, never-before-published instructions for making some of Glitterville’s most sought-after items, including Halloween candy garland and the studio collection of folk figures.
Gooseberry Patch’s A Ghastly-Good Halloween: 201 Spooktacular Recipes, Crafts & Decorating Ideas
Concoct an eerie atmosphere of fun this Halloween by stirring up wickedly wonderful recipes, devilish disguises and scare-them-silly decorations.
It’s all right here!
So go ahead…get in the spirit!
Here’s an example recipe from the book…
- 7 saltine crackers
- 2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese
- 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
- 8 chicken tenders
- 1/2 cup Italian salad dressing
- sliced carrots
- Place crackers, cheese and garlic in a blender or food processor; blend until crumbly. Dip chicken in Italian dressing; roll in cracker mixture. Arrange on a lightly greased baking sheet and bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Just before serving add a sliced carrot to the end of the chicken to resemble a fingernail.