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Today on Home & Family: Friday, October 31st, 2014


Paul Draper

Mentalist Paul Draper reaches out to spirits through the power of a chalkboard. Find out the message the ghost writes for us. Then, he reads Mark Steines' and Cristina Ferrare's minds when they sort who survived and who perished in the Titanic sinking.


Check out paulwdraper.com.


Last Minute Halloween Costumes for Adults with Kym Douglas
Dressed as a Spartan cheerleader, Kym Douglas gets us all in the Halloween spirit with some creative DIY costumes you can whip together at the last minute. "Home & Family" producers Jill Hess, Jill Salama, and Will Keck and assistant to producers Saul Cervantes are oufitted as identity theft, a self portrait, an "iron" chef, and God's gift to women.


Get additional tips from lifestyle and beauty expert Kym Douglas at KymDouglas.com. Follow her on Twitter @KymDouglas and like her on Facebook.



Savory Halloween Feetloaf

Kym Douglas and Mark Steines recreate a recipe from Facebook viewer Karen Spear for Halloween Feetloaf. Learn how to mold meatloaf into the shape of a foot. Use celery as toenails, onion as an ankle bone, and ketchup for blood.


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Last Minute Halloween Decorations with Ken Wingard

In a hurry to toss up some Halloween decorations? Ken Wingard has some simple ideas using items and supplies you already have in your house or can get at a nearby store. Craft a spider egg sack with pantyhose and polyfill. Landscape a graveyard scene with skulls trapped under upside down vases. Find out multiple ways to make candles eery for the holiday.


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Visit Ken Wingard at www.KennethWingard.com and follow him on Twitter @KennethWingard.



DIY Treat Dispenser Game for Pets with Laura Nativo

Laura Nativo builds an interactive treat dispenser to distract pets from trick-or-treaters ringing the doorbell, finishing it off with a paw-tgraph from her pooch. She also shares safety tips, advising pet owners to keep chocolate and candy away dogs and to prevent them from escaping through your open front door.


Follow these instructions>>


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Please visit "The Fairy Dogmother" Laura Nativo at:
www.lauranativo.com
Twitter: @LauraNativo
Facebook: Facebook.com/LauraNativo
Instagram: Instagram.com/LauraNativo


To learn more about Hallmark Channel's Pet Project, visit www.hallmarkchannel.com/petproject.



Cristina Ferrare Cooks Ghoulish Halloween Treats

Cristina Ferrare is shaken, not stirred. She shake, shake, shakes together a candy corn cocktail. Then, she bakes a batch of brownie cupcakes with a candy filled center.


Recipes available here>>


Click here to get your copy of Cristina Ferrare's cookbook, "Big Bowl of Love." Get additional recipes from Cristina at www.cristinaferrarecooks.com.



Spooky Spiderweb Glow Jars with Tanya Memme

Tanya Memme explains where she got inspiration for these spooky spiderweb glow jars. Don't be afraid to get your hands dirty as you smear glow-in-the-dark glue inside a jar to adhere spiders to. Then, add webbing for a 3D effect and splatter glow sticks. The illumination will remain lit for a few hours.


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Tweet momtrepreneur and lifestyle expert Tanya Memme @Tanya_Memme. Also, visit her on Facebook and check out TanyaMemme.com.


Ali Masamitsu
Penn State student Ali Masamitsu is surely the most saught after Halloween makeup artist on campus. Today, she Skypes with us to share her award winning face painting skills, using her friend Crystal as her canvas. Learn how to paint a creepy eye and why it's so important to have a variety of brush sizes to achieve different textures and draw fine lines.


See more of Ali's creations on Instagram @vaughanmsfx.



Halloween Safety Tips with Dr. JJ Levenstein

Board certified pediatrician Dr. JJ Levenstein, MD, FAAP prepares parents, caregivers, and guardians for Halloween by equipping them with everything they need to know for a safe trick-or-treating experience. Dress kids in constumes that are flame retardant, comfortable, reflective, and that don't have tripping hazards. Be careful what materials you use when DIYing a costume. Dr. JJ warns us about the flammability of hand sanitizer and suggests patch testing face makeup beforehand in case your child has an allergic reaction. Refresh your kids on the rules of the road and make sure there is always adult supervision. Always bring a flashlight and cell phone when going house-to-house. To prevent your kids from getting a sugar rush from all the candy, feed them a good meal before so they aren't as hungry for treats and make sure they decompress when they return home.


Read Dr. JJ's helpful tips>>


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Take parenting classes instructed by Dr. Levenstein online by visiting www.momassembly.com. To learn more about parents' concerns with kids go to her Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TheMDMoms. Also, find helpful parenting products at the website Dr. Levenstein co-founded and serves as president of, www.mdmoms.com.



Tombstone Takedown

Matt Rogers, Matt Iseman, and Paige Hemmis join the rest of the family members for some Halloween fun! Everyone divides into teams to launch pumpkins with a massive sling shot with the goal of aiming for specific tombstones.


Check out TV personality and country singer Matt Rogers at mattrogersusa.com. Follow him on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


Visit Matt Iseman at www.mattiseman.com and follow him on Twitter @mattiseman.


Follow lifestyle design expert Paige Hemmis on Twitter @paigehemmis and check out her site www.paigehemmis.com.


For more from natural lifestyle expert Sophie Uliano go to:
Website: www.gorgeouslygreen.com
Facebook: Facebook.com/GorgeouslyGreen
Twitter: @sophieuliano



Adopt a Shelter Dog Month

Best Friends Animal Society is teaming up with Hallmark Channel! This kicks off our "Adopt a Shelter Dog Month." Every day for the month of October we'll be having a furry friend here on set that is up for adoption.


Visit our gallery of dogs available for adoption today, courtesy of Best Friends!


To donate, adopt one of our shelter dogs of the day, or for more information on adoptable animals in your local communities, visit bestfriends.org/hallmarkchannel or contact Best Friends Animal Society at (818) 643-3989. We also invite you to visit bfla.bestfriends.org and bestfriends.org.


To learn more about Hallmark Channel's Pet Project, visit www.hallmarkchannel.com/petproject.


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