The Cookie Cutter Kits are so much fun to make. Use the cookie cutter as a template. It keeps the felting needles away from your fingers and the fibers contained. Then add the details with the felting needle. Color it simple, use our designs as a guide or get creative and design your own.
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Did you know that it was the Puritian Pilgrims of Plymouth who are credited for the association of the black with witches? That's why you'll see the black cat with witches in many Halloween decorations.
This black cat tries to look spooky, but is really a sweet cat.
Did you know that this popular Halloween treat was first made in t880? That's over 130 years ago! This sugary, marshmallowy treat was originally made by the Goelitz Candy Company in 1900. They later changed their name to the Jelly Bean Co. and still make candy corn candy today.
How do you eat your candy corn candy?
Crows have a very distinctive and errie call - the Caw, Caw. Crows usually hang out by themselves. But sometimes they form groups. Did you know that a group of crows is called a murder. Crows group together to ward off predators. When they attack predators as a group it's a behavior called mobbing. And these large birds are smart. They never forget a human that tries to harm them. In fact, they will point out that human to other crows. Oooo, perhaps that's why they are spooky and the perfect Halloween bird.
Ghosts are a big part of the Halloween holiday. There are friendly ghosts like Casper and ghouly ghosts that intend to scare the willies out of you. It is often believed that ghosts cause trouble and get into mischief when they are bored, so always keep your Halloween Ghost entertained. Happy Haunting!
A pumpkin isn't a Jack-O-Lantern until it's carved. The legend of the Jack-O-Lantern is reported to have started with a trickster named Stingy Jack. Jack was not a good man. He even tricked the Devil into saving his soul. So when Jack died, heaven wouldn't let him in and the Devil kept his deal. So Stingy Jack is reported roam the afterlife on All Hallows Eve tricking and scaring the people of Ireland and Scotland. He was give a lump of coal so he could find his way at night. Since Ireland and Scotland didn't have pumpkins several hundred years ago, Stingy Jack put his coal inside a turnip.
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