Things were a little different on Halloween back in the 1950s. If you were a kid back then this may jog your memory. If you weren't then maybe you would like to see how different it was.
Whether you are a kid or adult chances are that you enjoy the Halloween holiday. You could like it scary or funny. I prefer the the cute, fun way to celebrate it. Have a spooktacular halloween!
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.
Candy from the 1960's includes some classic sweets -- and some forgotten oddities as well.
Do you want a costume made of lulz? Y U NO WEAR INTERNET MEME COSTUME? Here are some ideas to play with- from bronies, Rage Faces, and Antoine Dodson to Nyan Cat (and even Zombie Kid- turtles, anyone?), I've got you...
Pop Rocks, Wacky Packs, Now and Laters -- all the great candy of the 1970's is right here. Share some great memories of a time when candy went over the edge!
The frog footmen in our homeschool production of Alice in Wonderland needed powdered wigs - and there were three frog footmen! No way to keep the purchase of three wigs within budget, so I knew I would have to make them...
LOTR fans can display their fandom this Halloween by using these ideas to create the perfect costume from Lord of the Rings! DIY, video tutorials, and more.
Learn how to make this cute Halloween pumpkin or Jack o Lantern luminary from a 2 liter soda pop bottle. This craft takes very little time to complete, it is budget friendly and it's perfect to decorate your home for...
Jonesborough, Tennesse, in the Appalachian Mountains, is Tennessee's oldest town, and home to many historic, haunted homes. Lucky Luciano's girlfriend retired here after she turned him in to police!