Weekly Topic Inspiration: Halloween
When it comes to writing about holidays, publishing way ahead of time makes a difference, so if you plan on writing some Halloween Hubs, now's the time to do so!
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I love Halloween! It is good to know this is the best time to start focusing on Halloween hubs. Thanks!
I'm going to working on a hub about my favourite movies for Halloween-classic studio era of course (I say of course for people who know my love of this era). For actors who spent their careers in horror films -Price, Karloff etc. -I will just include one each. I expect my preferences may surprise people as they are not always movies that are still well known titles.
This article covers a few games and one serious practical joke to play at a Halloween party. All the guests must love fun and be good sports. read more
Fun, easy Halloween costumes for kids. Easy and inexpensive Halloween costumes are as close as your grannie's attic, or the nearest second-hand clothing store. read more
This is a hub with 10 homemade kid and baby Halloween costume patterns. I include photos and links for all of them. I include additional resources at the end of the hub. read more
Halloween can be fun for both children and the adults. It is a very specific holiday and it can give inspiration to many contests and other funny activities. On a Halloween party, we can play such games as "Wandering light", "The mummy", "Ghost hunt", "Evil bag", "Save your eye", "Fortune-teller", "Witches' dance". read more
Quick and easy ideas for finding inexpensive halloween costumes for adults at The Goodwill:
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Check out the scariest Halloween attractions around the United States
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Fed up of the same old Halloween party, bobbing for apple indoors? Why not take the fright and fun outside, using different locations to give your party a spooky edge? This article outlines 3 ideas for outdoors Halloween get-togethers, including decorations,games and how to hold your party responsibly. read more
Looking for a totally creepy Halloween costume this year? Why not dress like your favorite character from the movie Insidious? It's fun and not everyone else is doing it. read more
How to make scary Halloween yard decorations from things you have on hand or can purchase inexpensively. read more
Are you a fan of anime? Looking for something to do on Halloween? Try hosting a "Soul Eater" themed party! read more
In order to make your 2016 Halloween Costumes the best they can be, you should check out the newest hats, wigs, masks and accessories. Find great accessories and wigs for the whole family. read more
My friends and I are doing a Twilight movie marathon and at the end we are capping it off with a corn maze! I wrote a lot about our plans here: http://popaholic.hubpages.com/hub/Twili … e-Marathon
Check it out!
What would be a great Halloween party without great music? There are many lists out there that focus on music for Halloween, but in making this list, I kept it fairly recent, and with a diverse selection. read more
Save your cash and have fun with your kids this Halloween creating these fun, pretty, and easy-to-sew Gypsy Girl and Princess costumes. read more
Complete your Halloween costume with the best face painting ideas for kids. Learn how to face paint with these easy step by step photo tutorials. Great ideas you can easily do with kids. read more
Fist pump your way through Halloween with this guide to dressing like your favorite Jersey Shore cast members. read more
http://cljonesmusic.hubpages.com/hub/Nu … rHalloween
Here is my post. I wrote about some creative ways of thinking about costumes.
Simone, How do you do this? You present a topic I swear I will never write on. Then bam! There is my hub. You have just done it again
Looking for a replica skull for your Halloween celebrations? Check out these fun skull options! read more
Tired of dressing up in your '80s outfit or '50s girl attire every Halloween? Why not try a different decade? You can put together a great '90s Halloween costume with little or no effort at all! read more
Why are ghosts and witches associated with Halloween. Plus some good scary quotes read more
If traditional Halloween food is boring check out what you can do to make interesting snacks at home. 8 Halloween food ideas and simple to follow recipes. read more
Halloween parties can be great fun, especially for kids. Included are some not too scary ideas for food, fun, and parting gifts. Give your kids a Halloween party to remember! read more
Do you want the creepiest and weirdest costume at the Halloween party this year? Look no further! It is time to dress like the Burger King before he completely retires. read more
To celebrate Halloween with children, you can follow this scenario which is called "Enchanted forest". It involves different "magic" characters that come and give children different tasks to keep them busy before the final Halloween treat. read more
http://mainewriter.hubpages.com/hub/Sca … s-for-Boys
This is one of my first ever made Hubs for Halloween. I hope people can critique my writing and give me constructive criticism.
Halloween is a time for witches, vampires, zombies, ghosts and werewolves-beware! Here's some Halloween advice on how to protect yourself with charms and amulets to keep away those things that go bump in the night. read more
I picked up my son's halloween costume at a second hand store in January! What a deal! This will be his first halloween @ 19 months and he's going as a tiger - I estimated his "height" back then...
Now...I could go as a belly dancer taking him around seeing that I have a ton of costumes...but that would be boring since it's my alter ego. Think I may go as a spider or throw on a blonde wig, some bright red lipstick, an sexy dress and do my best Marilyn Monroe impression..."Happy birthday....Mr. Pressidennnt" Mouah!
But one more thing I saw someone do at the bulk barn yesterday was buy some orange/black sprinkles and when I asked her what she is baking, she said nothing but she sprinkles it on her kids yogurt to be festive - what a healthy, yet festive idea! Halloween can be healthy!
Wow! I'm going to work on the history of Halloween, new here but gonna try make an impact....
This article serves to be a guide for all things Halloween. We'll look at some Costume Ideas, Recipes and Party Ideas, Decorating Tips and Games and Activities for people of all ages. read more
The Halloween costume you choose can reveal hidden facets of your personality. Yearn to save the world or retreat into childhood? Introvert or extravert? Find out what your Halloween costume says about you. read more
Not in the mood to be scary this Halloween? Why not dress in the most completely ridiculous Halloween costume ever then? If you can't be spooky, you can at least be funny. read more
If you are a plus-size lady, you know how hard it is to find a Halloween costume. There are few options out there that fit a bigger girl, and many of those that are out there are unattractive or too revealing for some tastes. If you plan and shop... read more
A little late to the game perhaps, but I just posted Part 1 of a three-part series. This first installment is about the years that my family lived in a house that became increasingly haunted while we were there. Part 2 will describe my strange encounters with "the other side" after we left... and continuing to more recent days. So if you're ready for a good Halloween scare, come to:
http://davepowell.hubpages.com/hub/Ghos … Met-Part-1
But don't read it in the dark... alone!
How to Build a Halloween Village Holiday Display
http://erikamarie.hubpages.com/hub/How- … ay-Display
Halloween is here and like always the question is what character to become this year! Well, here is an idea how about one of the angry birds from the very popular game. read more
Looking for fun Halloween activities for your kids? Read to find creative crafts, spooky snacks, and fun family ideas to get your children excited for the upcoming holiday. read more
Make a quick and easy Halloween costume out of a cardboard box and some common craft supplies. read more
1) Old plain ghost: Take a white sheet and cut out holes for eyes. Let it be short so that it won’t trip you. There should also be a slit for the mouth. Put eye shadow and lashes around the eyes. Put lipstick on the mouth. You could also attach a... read more
Looking for easy decorating ideas for your Halloween cupcakes? Learn how to decorate pumpkin, ghost, and cat cupcakes with these fun design ideas. read more
Pumpkin Walnut Cake is moist, a little sticky, full of pumpkin flavor and sweet pumpkin bits with red cherries are great combination for natural sweetness. This cake recipe calls for less sugar. less butter and less eggs. Hence, it is nutritious! Great for Halloween party, tea party , tea-time and any occasion. read more
by Simone Haruko Smith 7 years ago
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