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Title:
The original duct tape Halloween book
Author:
Berg, Jim, 1964-
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Publication Information:
New York : Workman Pub., 2003.
Physical Description:
115 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Summary:
A guide to using the universal adhesive for disguise, decoration, tricks, and treats on Halloween. Created by the indefatigable Duct Tape Guys, whose books and calendars have sold over two million copies to date, The Original Duct Tape Halloween Book is a four-color, fully illustrated sourcebook offering more than 101 clever costume ideas, plus dozens of other mischievous uses for the gray stuff.
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780761131878
Format :
Book

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Halloween and duct tape-it's a marriage made in nutty heaven. Presenting the loopiest duct tape book of them all: a guide to using the universal adhesive for disguise, decoration, tricks, and treats on the holiday where everyone's encouraged to act a little crazy.

The Original Duct Tape Halloween Book is a four-color, fully illustrated holiday sourcebook offering more than 101 clever costume ideas, plus dozens of other creative and mischievous uses for duct tape. There are costumes that are quick and easy-Shaving Accident Guy: apply a short strip of red duct tape to your face, and attach a disposable razor to one end. Off-the-wall-Floor of a Movie Theater: Make yourself a sticky-side-out duct tape vest, and cover with popcorn kernels,candy wrappers, and crushed paper cups. Batty-Chia Pet: cover yourself in duct tape (sticky side out) and roll around on freshly mown grass. Ambitious-Marilyn Monroe: Use a tight wrapping of white duct tape over your upper torso and a wire-rigged fly-away dress on your lower half. And congenial-Siamese Twins: Duct tape yourself to your best friend or spouse. Plus how to make giant bats and spiders to scare the kids; holiday pranks (duct tape down the trigger of an air horn and toss it on someone's roof); even a dieting tip: wrap candy in duct tape before eating-all the calories are trapped inside! Halloween will never be the same.