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Don't just serve spaghetti, corn dogs, chocolate chip cookies and punch. Get into the kitchen and create some spooky dishes—Putrid Punch; Eyeball Cookies and Coffin Ice Cream Sandwiches for dessert; Rats Baked In Blood and Creepy-Crawly Bugs for dinner.
Gather the kids and spouse this weekend and have some affordable fun spooking up your house.
It's time for Halloween decorating. I've been around the Trick-or-Treat block more than a few times and decorating the outside of the house has become one of the family's favorite things to do each year. What started with a couple of carved pumpkins on the front stoop the night before Halloween has grown into a weekend-long family activity filled with store-bought and hand-made decorations, arts and crafts, and lots of strategy — like whether white trash bags are a fitting replacement for actual sheets when crafting ghosts. By no means are we experts, but here are five fun, easy and inexpensive ways to get ready for the big day. 1. Two words: Dollar store. There are many varieties of these discount stores throughout Gwinnett, and many are …