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Halloween 2016

From ghastly gifts to looks to thrill, make your supernatural party go with a bang this All Hallows’ Eve…

The iconic children’s wear brand Blade & Rose is bewitching parents with their spooktacular collection of leggings for babies and toddlers. The comfortable, cosy and durable designs are made from top quality cotton and yarn which is machine-washable and remains soft and stretchy for mini creepy crawlers. RRP £10 these Patty Pumpkin Leggings are available in sizes 0-6 months, 6-12 months, 1-2 years and 3-4 years. Buy at

Ghost Story Dice
The whole family can revive the art of storytelling with this eerie glow-in-the-dark box. Children will love making up spooky adventure tales with an array of creep characters such as vampires, headless horsemen and decapitated knights. A perfect family game to play in front of the fire to stimulate the imaginations of children and adults alike!
Ghost Story Dice, illustrated by Hannah Waldron and published by Laurence King. RRP £9.95

Sticker Vampires & Zombies are brand new sticker packs just in time for Halloween! These extra-large stickers (each one is approx. 17x10cm) are durable, splash proof and scratch proof. They'll look great, and last ages, whether decorating your walls or zipping around on skateboards and bikes. RRP £7.50 from

If your guests have forgotten their Halloween costume at your ghoulish party, do not worry! These Halloween photo booth props are ideal for spooking up any Halloween party and everyone can look frightfully fabulous together!Each pack includes 10 props on wooden sticks; Witches Hat, Trick or Treat Speech Bubble, Pumpkin Glasses, Skull, Boo! Bat, Spider Wed Glasses, Witches Glasses, Bat Bow-tie and of course, Dracula style teeth and red lips. Buy at, £7.99.

Ideal for those who prefer their spooky shenanigans to come with a touch of glamour, this is fun craft activity which turns into a fab gift for kids to take home. Use the cut out mask, feathers and jewel embellishments to give yourself a disguise and surprise your friends. Just add felt tip pens and some spooky colours. Who can make the most embellished mask?

Dia de los Muertos, namely the Day of the Dead, is celebrated as a national holiday in Mexico and has actually nothing to do with Halloween. With roots in ancient Aztec rituals, Dia de los Muertos is celebrated on the first two days of November (corresponding with All Saints Day, when the boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead is believed to be thinnest) and is a joyful statement of death acceptance and a moment to honour loved ones who have died.
Make your own Day of the Dead Mask Kit, £2.65 from

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