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By Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart is stopping by TODAY to share her tips and tricks for a spooky, spider-themed Halloween party! Here are some easy ideas, from her magazine Martha Stewart Living and her website marthastewart.com, that you can easily recreate at home.

Spider Toss Game

One of our many “Good Things” in the October issue of Martha Stewart Living, this spider toss is an easy way to occupy your kids, so they don’t eat all their candy at once! Put down some tape on the floor with a couple values and let the games begin!

Martha Stewart's tips for throwing a fun kids' Halloween bash
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Eggs of Newt

Try this deceptively devious recipe for a fun — and tasty — Halloween drink using grape juice, pearl tapioca and vodka, if you'd like! The first time Martha displayed this spook-tacular treat was on a special Monster Buffet her television show in 2009 with guest Jimmy Fallon.

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Spider Web Cupcakes

Upgrade your cupcakes with spooky spider webs! With just a toothpick and chocolate and vanilla frosting, you can easily create a very festive array of spider webs — inspired by my bat and cobweb cookies.

Martha Stewart's tips for throwing a fun kids' Halloween bash
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Candy Corn Sugar Cookies

These petite fall treats will charm all but the grumpiest ghouls.

Martha Stewart's tips for throwing a fun kids' Halloween bash
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Chicken "Boodle" Soup

Make a traditional chicken-noodle soup but swap out your typical noodles for black-and-white striped pasta, cut the carrots to look like little pumpkins and serve it in a cauldron!

Martha Stewart's tips for throwing a fun kids' Halloween bash
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