It's back!!!! It's the second official post of Terrorific Tuesday! The following very fantastic crafters have brewed up some great projects and want to share them with you. The pics above are in order with the links below, so sit a "spell" and peruse the links or get out your glue gun and scissors and join in on the party! Amy Locurto paints & constructs a marvelous Minnie Mouse pumpkin that's simply adorable. Rebecca Hull at HHH Enterprises crafts up some spooky "Itsy Bitsy Spider" & "Murder at Midnight" Pendants that are absolutely terrorific! Be inspired to make your own pendant using your favorite Halloween image. Lori-Lyn Hurley of the Dream Life makes a quick and easy craft by turning plain jars into spooky accents! Tammy Powley, the jewelry guide at about.com, wears these fun spider earrings every year around this time. Seed beads, a few crystals, and craft wire are all you need to make a pair of your own. Phyllis Dobbs haunts us with an adorable gift bag using Brenda Pinnick's Sizzix dies. Kate Pullen, the Rubber Stamping guide at about.com, does a Halloween spin on a fun & classic craft ñ the paper chain! Sarah E. White, the knitting guide at about.com, shares with us knitted jack-o-lantern bag thatís a real treat! Braaaiiinnssss!!!! Kiki of Kiki's Craft World crafts up a cute brain slug hair accessory! Marice Rodriguez gets carded with this totally cute Jeepers Creepers card! Margot Potter, The Impatient Crafterô,offers this seasonally appropos and simple to recreate 'Runs with Scissors' charm bracelet. For those who know the hazards of crafting far too well and yet continue to play with sharp objects, toxic substances and messy paints and inks, this one's for you! Alexa Westerfield a.k.a. Swelldesigner shows you how to become a living masterpiece. She creates a costume from a artist canvas. Kris Tuey a.k.a. the Collage Contessa gets her spookiness on with a Skeleton House Frame and oodles of glitter! Brenda Pinnick's three happy little ghosts have figured out how to spell "Boo!" . Her Halloween greeting card is made with her own clear stamp set available from Sizzix and her papers, available on QVC. Melissa J. Lee gets bit by a passion for vampires with this simple fanged Bite Me necklace. If you'd like to participate next week, please read more about it here. It's open to all bloggers out there who want to join in!