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Halloween Bundle includes:
Bethany Lowe's Folk Art Halloween
Haunted lights and spooky sights, ghoulish glowing luminaries, frightful festoons: what fun! Halloween has become one of the most popular holidays of the year, with legions of would-be creepy creatures on the lookout for fantastic ideas. And the newest craze is to go old-fashioned, with charmingly nostalgic folk-style costumes, decorations, and other accessories. No one does that better than designer Bethany Lowe in this, the very first book to focus solely on folk art projects for Halloween. She gets into the spirit of the season with 30 sensational projects that range from trick-or-treat cones to a crazy quilt pumpkin pillow. Invite friends to a Halloween party with an alluring invitation made from vintage illustrations, and then have guests don delightful crepe paper hats and tassel masks. Deck the chairs with howling black cats, and swathe the walls and ceilings with flying bats. All the items are photographed in home settings, making you feel as if you’re part of Bethany’s Halloween thrills and chills.
Country Living Happy Halloween!
Boo! Here’s a treat, and that’s no trick: the ultimate guide to the most spine-tingling, family-friendly Halloween ever! This fun collection takes the best ideas from Country Living’s most successful Halloween titles, and combines them with fabulous new suggestions for celebrating the holiday. Choose from more than 40 pumpkin-carving and craft projects, plus party tips, menus with 50 delicious recipes, and six adorable children’s costume patterns. From making a spooky jack-o’-lantern to baking a devilish chocolate cake (and decorating it with our die-cut cover stencil), these unique and fun ideas will appeal to millions of Country Living readers and Halloween fans.
Brand: Sterling Publishers
Origin: United States
Shop this sale for authoritative coffee-table volumes on fashion, art, architecture, and photography. Esquire’s The Rules helps men navigate the mysteries of everyday life, while the pictorial histories of The Swimsuit and Lingerie offer plenty of eye candy. Music buffs will want to thumb through the 350 album covers in The Art of the LP, including the controversial, convention-busting Andy Warhol design for the Rolling Stones’ Sticky Fingers.