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If you find the Halloween season approaching and you want to stand out from the crowd and save a little money, make your own costume. Traditional costumes that play up the blood and gore of the holiday are good options for first-time costume makers because nothing is neat or pretty about a zombie o
The breaking of the pinata is an old tradition that some scholars have traced from ancient China, others from the Mayans and others from the Aztecs. Today, children simply see it as a highlight of a Mexican-themed party. Each participant in turn is blindfolded, turned around several times and then l
Go bananas with Curious George party decorations.banana image by tansy from Fotolia.comChildren go bananas for Curious George. Books, television and movies bring this curious monkey to life and entertain little ones with funny mishaps and adventures, making this lovable character a...
Create festive holiday decorations with leftover Christmas paper and a little ingenuity. A paper rosette Christmas tree is not complicated, but can be time consuming if you're covering a large cone shape. Get the kids involved to help fold the paper rosettes to make this a family craft project. Top
Zombies are popular characters at Halloween parties and science fiction conventions, and, where there are zombies, naturally, you'll see zombie hunters. One of the most famous and most often emulated of these zombie hunters is Alice from the Resident Evil video game series. An Alice costume should l
Bulbs come in a variety of sizes and colors.Arthur Tilley/Creatas/Getty ImagesThe soft glow of Christmas lights against pure-white snowdrifts is a magical sight beloved by both children and adults. Come December, streets begin lighting up with festive displays, and many homeowners take...
The color of paint and how you use that color should reflect your personality and style. It won't do that effectively if you just want to get the job done. Once you've learned how to use paint effectively, you'll gain a whole new outlook on color, and your visitors will notice the improvement.
Christmas Decoration - You Can Understand The Steps To Making Any Christmas Decoration Having Happin
Doing a few regular or timeless Christmas decoration, besides innovative and even various concepts, an attractive and attractive decorative ambiance can be created in all of the houses this Xmas.
Capture the warmth of the holidays with festive indoor and outdoor decorations.Christmas Decorations 4 image by wayne ruston from Fotolia.comDecorating your home for Christmas can range from a subdued expression of spirit to an explosion of lit, animated objects. Create a festive holiday...
The mermaid is a legendary creature that is believed to reside in the ocean. It is said to have a upper torso form of a woman with a tail that is shaped like a fish. You can pretend to be a mermaid by wearing a mermaid costume or just the tail. There are many creative ways to make your own mermaid
Country Christmas decorations bring nature inside.christmas-tree decoration image by Maria Brzostowska from Fotolia.comChristmas is a time to express your decorating style while having fun. A favorite style found in many homes is the country style. Its simple and cozy atmosphere makes...
Make a Mardi Gras-themed cake for a special celebration. Decorate the cake in the traditional colors of the Mardi Gras celebration: blue, green and gold. Novice cake decorators can use a shaped cake pan to help make a professional-looking cake, or take some time prior to the event to practice any un
Every kid likes to have crazy hair once in a while.BananaStock/BananaStock/Getty ImagesBoth boys and girls revel in having an unusual hair style for the day once in a while. It's attention grabbing and usually it's a way to make their friends laugh. Kids may even join forces and have...
Why would you want to make your business holiday postcards personal? "After all, this is business," you might be thinking. Think for a moment how many plain, vanilla, boring holiday greetings you have received over the years. Or, what about all those "special offers" disguised as