Today's crafty Halloween book provides projects much simpler than Knitmare On Elm Street and will be great around the office. Place a knitted Halloween diorama on your desk and people may talk, but a few oragami bats and a grim reaper adds a festive touch.
Horrorgami, 25 Creepy Creatures, Ghastly Ghouls, and Other Fiendish Paper Projects by Chris Marks. The book begins with general instructions and symbols for origami. As with the knit and purls of knitting, origami has its own basic moves. The instructions are clear and I was able to fold up a "difficult" project without any trouble at all. The projects themselves are broken into sections of difficulty, and each project has clear instructions that include visual cues. I am not an origami person and found the step by step instructions easy to follow.
All of your ghoulie favorite friends are here.