Hallowe’en How-To: A Crafty Miniseries for October 2017!

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Photo Source: A page from The Bogie Book, sourced from Pintrest


Hello everyone!

Lately I’ve noticed a big uptick in last year’s Halloween post, How to Make a REAL 1920s Halloween Costume. So, in light of that, I thought it might be fun to do a short mini-series on how to throw a vintage Halloween party! 🙂 Each Wednesday this month I’ll post something you can do to make your upcoming Halloween party even more vintage. By the end of the series, you’ll know…

how to make a rhyming vintage party invitation

the best way to decorate your home for a truly vintage Halloween

…what strange vintage holiday foods to serve your guests…

…and more! 😀

So, if you’re looking to add a dash of old-time magic to your Halloween party this year—or you just want to know what Halloween parties were like back in the early 20th century—then check back with me each week this month for tips, tricks, and fun tidbits about Halloween during the Roaring Twenties! 🙂



About lupachi1927

My name's Megan, and I'm a writer with an interest in history. While I might not be a real historian, I'm a very thorough researcher. This blog is my place to post about all the interesting historical tidbits I find that can't use in the novel I'm working on, which takes place in Chicago in 1927. If you're looking for research help, writing feedback, or just want to say hi, feel free to drop me a line! :)
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1 Response to Hallowe’en How-To: A Crafty Miniseries for October 2017!

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