Tricks and treats: Make Star Wars Ouija boards and apple cinnamon vodka

October 17 | meganfinley

Let's get in the Halloween spirit with a look at two awesome photos from the Offbeat Home Flickr group

First the tricky…

Reina's Star Wars Board!
Haplesschyld had a make your own spirit board party. Reina hand-freaking-painted this Star Wars spirit board. I wonder what kind of dark forces she'll be calling down with this baby. (Get it? "Forces." Ahahahahaha!)
 

  • For a full tutorial on how you can throw your own Ouija board-making party, head over here.

Then the treaty…

Apple Cinnamon Vodka
Ali is working on making deeeeeelicious-sounding apple cider vodka. She explained, "After getting sick of making apple sauce and apple butter, I made apple cinnamon vodka. These will make great holiday gifts!"
 

  • For a full tutorial on how you can make your own vodka treats, head over here!

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  1. I love the idea of a Ouija board making party! It looks soooo fun!
    I also really want to plant a pineapple now. My attempts at sprouting an avocado seed have been fruitless.

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    • My avocado seed may have gotten stuck in the neck of the jar (a former mustard jar) where I had it, so I can't give it more water until I figure out how to un-jam it without causing damage. It's been this way for an embarrassingly long time, now.

      I have, however, been quite successful so far with grapefruit, pomegranate, and bell pepper seeds. It's more out of curiosity than necessarily expecting to have edible fruit come from the first two–just interesting houseplants. :)

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  2. I worked at a restaurant that infused their own "apple pie" vodka – apples, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, and lemon zest. AMAZEBALLZ

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