Posts from 'Halloween'

Decorating For Halloween With A Soup Sock



Other than my friend, Ken – who is a gourmet soup chef, not many of us even know what a soup sock is. A soup sock is a loosely woven cotton bag that is used to hold poultry and beef parts when boiling for soup stock. A package of 3 costs less than $4.00 and can be found in the soup section of your supermarket. This provided me with an ideal web-like cover for my glass globes. Simply open the soup sock and slip it around your glass vessel and cut to size. Make sure the soup sock doesn’t hang over the top of the flame…


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Halloween Around The House



The top of our china closet – decorated with pumpkins, gourds, branches, newspaper garland and silver.


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Blackened Silver…



Inspired by Dutch still life paintings, I created my own tableaux with a monochromatic palette perfect for Halloween…


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Ghoulish Drinks For Little Ones



Blue Gatorade in stylish goblets that are sugared with green cake crystals are a huge hit with kids.


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For Halloween fun, try making an egg carton candy tray.



This candy tray was made from an egg carton. I cut off the top and the side flap and spray painted it black. Each compartment holds a surprise of candy or a small toy…


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