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This ghoulishly fun holiday is celebrated every October 31st in most parts of the Western world, by kids trick or treating door to door, watching horror films, going to haunted houses and costume parties , and other frightfully fun activities. While the main type of "gift" exchanged at Halloween is primarily candy (and lots of it), there are some creative ways to offer it to guests at your Halloween event, or to the haunted hostess with the mostess at your creepy neighborhood mansion...

Candy Bar Cakes: You can put together one of these yourself or order one from for a great centerpiece idea. Gather a large collection of full-sized candy bars and chocolates, as well as a cardboard hatbox or similar. Sort the candy by wrapper color and size, so you can plan out your "design" in the way you arrange all the bars around the cake. Use double-sided tape to stick the bars to the box surface, standing lengthwise around the rim, and arranging smaller bars on the top. Fill in any gaps with Hershey's kisses.

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