Infant Halloween Costumes – Silly Shark – Time out Prisoner

Is the baby invited to a Halloween party? Time to introduce your little cutie to this beloved holiday in style! Can’t decide between these little numbers — silly shark or time out prisoner? how to choose?!


Infant Silly Shark Costume

infant silly shark costume

Infant Silly Shark Costume


The only bad thing about being a shark is that your teeth are constantly replacing themselves. No wonder they’re so vicious! Only worry about teething once with this Infant Silly Shark Costume. (And scare a few beach-goers).




Infant Time Out Prisoner Costume

infant time out prisoner costume

Time out Prisoner Costume

Even trouble makers need a time out once in a while. But at least yours will stay comfortable Infant Time Out Prisoner Costume and cute in this. Let’s hope he get’s some time taken off for his good behavior.


Dain Yoon’s Makeup Optical Illusions Will Blow Your Mind

Dain Yoon coffee cup makeup

FROM: Buzzfeed

Yoon is currently a senior at Korea National University, where she studies art. “I’ve enjoyed painting ever since I was young,” Yoon told BuzzFeed. “I attended Yewon Arts secondary and Seoul Arts high school, graduating at the head of my class. These arts schools are the most prestigious ones in Korea.”

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Movie Blood Recipe

blood splatter


1 cup light corn syrup

10 drops red food coloring

1 drop blue food coloring

1 tbs. water


  1. Mix corn syrup and water in a small bowl until well blended.
  2. Add red and blue food coloring to the mixture and stir until blended.


Make alien blood by using green food coloring instead of red and blue.


Keeper of the Stairs Halloween Decoration





Use a mannequin or a sewing form with a styrofoam wig head covered with dark fabric and then draped in tulle or gauze positioned at the top of the stairs if you don’t want guests going up there during your Halloween Party.




Mini Movable Mummy Dolls

movable mummy dollFROM:

By Camilla Fabbri


Movable mini mummies are a Halloween project that is super easy and perfect if you’re looking for a party activity.


These mummies are made from rubber coated flexible wire and strips of muslin are easy to make and a look cute hanging around the house for Halloween.


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Scream Queens (2015 TV Series)

Jamie Lee Curtis Psycho Shower scene

Jamie Lee Curtis recreates her mother’s famous shower scene from Hitchcock’s PSYCHO

Jamie Lee Curtis revealed on her Instagram account that she’s recreated her mother Janet Leigh’s Psycho shower scene for the upcoming Scream Queens! She says:

Just recreated, with help from the amazing crew, a shot by shot of my mother’s famous shower scene from Hitchcock’s PSYCHO for @screamqueensfox #screamqueens Ryan Murphy and co. wrote it into a special episode and it felt right! Honoring the Royal legend that is/was/will always be, Janet Leigh. Thought all fans of the genre would love it! #honorthymother @joaquin_sedillo show debuts in a week on FOX 8pm 2hour premiere!!!!


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Scream Queens is an upcoming American horror-comedy anthology television series created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan. The series is scheduled to be broadcast on Fox, and will air on Tuesdays at 9:00 pm (ET), beginning on September 22, 2015. The series had its world premiere at the 2015  Comic Con.  The first season will be centered on a series of murders involving the Kappa Kappa Tau sorority.

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Plaster Hands for Halloween Decorations

plaster hands for halloween decor

plaster hands for Halloween decor


Use a food-grade alginate, a water-based skin-safe molding powder, to cast hand molds. (Don’t put your hands in the plaster of Paris; it can cause burns.


  • Alginate powder
  • 2 1/2-quart plastic container
  • Plaster of Paris powder
  • Craft knife
  • Masking tape
  • 3/4- to 1-inch drill bit and Surform planer, if needed
  • Paintbrush
  • Black gouache




  1. Stir alginate with water in a 1-to-1 ratio, nearly filling the 2-quart container.
  2. Position hand how you would like it to be cast (if you want the sculpture to function as a candleholder, hold a candle in your hand, keeping it straight; then carefully remove candle), and insert hand into alginate mixture. Hold still 3 to 5 minutes, until the mold is set.
  3. Pull hand out (this won’t affect the mold). Mix plaster of Paris according to package directions, and pour into mold to fill. Let set for several hours.
  4. Remove entire mold from container. Use craft knife to cut the mold in half neatly, and remove plaster hand. Set aside to dry completely (this may take a few days). You can reuse the same mold several times over the course of a day or so. Just reassemble the pieces, securing with masking tape, then put it back into the container. Stop using the mold once it dries out.
  5. If making a candleholder, you may need to widen the opening between fingers and thumb a bit with a drill bit, to accommodate the candle. If necessary, use Surform planer to smooth the surface.
  6. Brush with gouache for a gray pallor; let dry, and arrange on a table.


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Earwax on a Swab Treat

earwax on a swab treat

This simple treat is mini marshmallows poked on the ends of a lollipop stick and dipped in melted butterscotch chips


the presentation makes it gross


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Saucy’s Sprinkles


Alien Facehugger Pastry Dessert

alien facehugger pastry dessert


Artist, photographer, and baker Christine McConnell makes elaborate alien facehugger pastries, cakes covered in bees, and other delightfully horrific baked goods. She has more twisted pastries and similarly twisted photography on her Instagram account.

Facehugger is made from a sugar cookie glued together with caramel and glazed with milk, sugar and nutmeg



Monkey Brain Cake

monkey brain cake

monkey brain cake




Monkey Brain ingredients and equipment
2 chocolate cakes (mine were chocolate mud and 20cm X 8 cm or 8″ X 3.25″)
Cake board (approx 8″) *
Ganache (chocolate and cream)
Ready rolled fondant white or Pettince 20 oz or 600 grams **
Black ready rolled fondant or Pettince 50g or 1 3/4oz (or color you own from the white using black gel food color)**


Black, white and ivory gel food color *
Tylose powder *
small brush
edible glaze, black dusting powder and large brush *
Large rolling pin
small sharp knife
small fondant rolling pin
cake decorating flower/leaf tool *
Cake smoothers (kinda optional) *
Brain mold ***
2 packs jelly – jello crystals (I used raspberry and grape)
evaporated low fat milk (carnation non fat)
Powdered gelatine
oil spray
Raspberry sauce (or strawberry)
Optional White persian fairy floss and scissors ****

*Ready Roll fondant, gel food color, cake decorating tools, tylose powder and dusting powder available from cake specialty stores, Hobby and craft stores (eg Michaels (US), Spotlight (Australia)) or Ebay.
**Fondant dries out really quickly – keep it in an airtight container or ziplock bag in between use and work fast.
*** I picked up my Jelly Mold on Ebay
****Persian fairy floss available from good deli’s or specialty food purveyors


Eeeek chilled monkey brains anyone.

Well if the brains are jello and they are served with a slice of chocolate cake maybe you won’t pass up this treat made famous in the movies but made slightly more appetizing in this instructable.

This would make an awesome Halloween dessert and would be an especially gruesome table centerpiece.

The preparation of this cake is best spread over 3 days:

Day 1 bake the cake and make the ganache
Day 2 remaining steps 1 through 7
Day 3 just prior to serving step 8

The whole cake does take a bit of work but if you like you can omit some steps which will not only save time, but will also reduce the equipment and ingredients required making the cake a little bit more economical.

If you like you can omit the hand painting and just add some extra black fondant in the nostrils. Also the addition of the Persian fairy floss in step 8 is completely optional.

Or you can just just skip straight to step 7 and make up some brains to serve with raspberry sauce for an easy yet scrumptiously scary treat.


by BubbleandSweet


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