Banner Halloween Cafts

By Dorinda von Stroheim
Sassy, sultry, yet utterly all-American, the San Francisco-based Devil-Ettes put on a kid-friendly, wickedly wild, high-energy show featuring historical dances from the heyday of 1960s go-go, including the Hully Gully, the Twist, the Frug, and the Watusi. They’ve also perfected the art of making devil horns.

Tools

Large darning needle
Paintbrushes
Small plastic bowls or dishes

Relevant parts

Air-dry craft clay
White glue
Glitter
Toothpicks
Elastic cord

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