Halloween by Martha StewartHalloween is rivaled only by Christmas when it comes to the holiday that generates the most interest for Martha Stewart Livings readers, and the special Halloween issue of Martha Stewart Living is one of the magazines most popular issues. To help celebrate this ghoulish holiday, the editors of Martha Stewart Living bring us Halloween, a compilation of all the best tricks and treats.Organized in two sections, Halloween makes this holiday so much fun its scary. In Tricking, pranksters will find all manner of pumpkin carving, eerie lighting, and makeup and decorating ideas. Treating provides the recipes for having a Halloween feast or a haunted-house party and ideas for making mischief with kids.
This is the Halloween resource for the 2.3 million Martha Stewart Living magazine subscribers -- and everyone who shares Marthas enthusiasm for the most fun-filled holiday of the year.
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Halloween gives East Enders the chance to shamelessly cheat on our diets with candy corn, fun size candy and sweets of every sort. They look adorably creepy covered in bright frosting and all sorts of candy. To start, head to your local Stop and Shop—or the new ShopRite of Riverhead —and buy your basic cupcake and frosting ingredients. Then stock up on sweets to create your tasty creatures! Marshmallows make great eyes and teeth; Airheads work as tongues and tentacles; and licorice can be used for scars, spider legs and reptilian pupils.
You can now watch all my wickedly wonderful Halloween transformations on the new MarthaStewart. TV App! I've always loved Halloween. As a child, I enjoyed trick-or-treating and visiting homes decorated for the occasion, especially those that spooked and delighted young ghouls and goblins. A s an adult, I still love to dress up - in the least, with a bit of special-effects makeup and tinted contact lenses. This year, to help get your celebration off to a "spook-tacular" start, download my new MarthaStewart. TV App.