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For the most unique and spectacular Halloween goodies you really can’t do better than handmade. The diversity, quality and imagination beats the pants off any of the mass produced Halloween items. Etsy – the epicenter of handmade items sold online – has put together a spooktacular Halloween gift guide that features quite an array of treats; costumes, decorations, jewelry and accessories, toys, cards, spooky art, and even food. Now you can support independent artisans while decking out your haunted mansion in style.

Etsy Halloween gift guide
Posted on October 7th, 2008 in
Halloween Costumes, Halloween Decor, Halloween Food, Spooky Art by Lauren

fair trade halloween kit We’ve talked about October being Fair Trade month before, and this year we’ve unearthed a clever new way to integrate that into your Halloween celebrations: Reverse Trick-or-Treating! Showing that kids are capable of making immense change in our world, they will be handing adults a sample of Fair Trade chocolate. The tasty treats will be accompanied by a card that talks a bit about the child labor and poverty problems in the cocoa industry. The solution is deliciously simple: don’t cut cocoa out of your life, just swap the commercial stuff for Fair Trade chocolate. Thanks to some awesome Fair Trade companies, the chocolate and cards are FREE (you just pay for shipping). If you want to participate, just register by October 13, 2008. If your wee monsters will be out candy collecting anyway, why not add Reverse Trick or Treating to the night and create a wonderful new family tradition?

Want more Fair Trade chocolate options? Check out the extensive lists of manufacturers at Trans Fair USA, and New American Dream. As featured above, there are Fair Trade Halloween kits that make treat-giving on The Big Night super easy. In addition to the 42 delicious chocolates, you get 42 Halloween postcards to hand out that explain how cool and easy Fair Trade is.

Posted on October 6th, 2008 in
Halloween Food by Lauren
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Scary Movies for Halloween and year round Whether you like em’ gory or silly, chances are you have some favorite “scary movies”. The ones you break out every Halloween season or just when you need a freaky mid-year fix. The ones that chill your blood and/or make you roar with laughter. We’ve already shared our favorites in the Top Scary Movie list, and now it’s your turn.

Dredge up all your spooky favorites then head over to the Top Scary Movies comments section. Don’t see your favorite movie listed yet? In about 2-4 sentences, let everyone know which scary movies are your favorite. We’ll add your reviews and the list will just keep getting better. With the Halloween rush almost upon us, we’ll be up to our eyeballs in creating new projects and contests for you; scary movie lovers everywhere (us included) could really use your expertise!

Posted on August 10th, 2008 in
Halloween Entertainment, Halloween Food, Site News, Spooky Art by Lauren

breakfast mummy wraps
Why wait until dinner to enjoy a plate of toasty Mummy Dogs? Holly at Unfurled had the great idea to make a simple breakfast version using Nutella and bread mix. As a big fan of food with other food inside it, this gives me all sorts of related ideas like wrapping up breakfast scramble or veggie sausages in the same way. Seriously, what doesn’t taste better wrapped up in a mummy pocket?

On an unrelated note, we just upgraded a lot of stuff on the backend of the site, so if you see any errors, please let us know. New features and content will be up very soon!

Posted on August 9th, 2008 in
Halloween Food by Lauren

Low Sugar Halloween Cookies
Happy Leap Year, Halloweenies! Here’s a delicious Halloween cookie recipe that we’ve been saving since last year’s Halloween party. Put this extra day to good use and get to baking!

Posted on February 29th, 2008 in
Halloween Food, Site News by Lauren

Halloween party Bat SandwichAfter a successful unveiling of these delicious mini open face sandwiches at this years Halloween party, we knew we had to quickly post them on the site. We called them Fried Yam Bat Sandwiches, but the party goers just called them delicious. So bust out your mini cookie cutters and add this guest-pleasing recipe to your Halloween party menu.

Posted on October 21st, 2007 in
Halloween Food, Site News by Sean
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