Don't bother to get this book. I ordered this book based on the reviews others had given it, and what I received was very disappointing. Splashed across the cover is the claim "Hundreds of spooky treats and clever crafts for the best holiday ever!" What there is are a lot of glossy photos. Directions are minimal, and most of the ideas, from craft to cooking involves sticking eyes onto bought objects. Recipes are ordinary, and can be found for free (and with more detail) by doing a simple web search. There are 9-10 pages of simple black templates at the back of the book, but again, very ordinary, and freely available all across the web. What really makes me cranky is that the few interesting designs all need to be downloaded from the author's website - but they are not easy to find. It seemed as though you couldn't access anything without paying a subscription, and I had given up when I tried a google to see if anyone had an image of the one project I love (eggs in disguise) to link to here -- didn't find the pic, but suddenly I had the templates referred to in the book! You can get the templates here ([...] ). I have no idea how to access that from the website given in the book. I upgraded my review from 1 star to 2 when I found the templates. But really, if I wanted to comb the web for templates, why would I buy a book that claimed to have it all??