Students Create ‘Spooky Houses’ for Halloween

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Students Create ‘Spooky Houses’ for Halloween

Art students create 'spooky houses' for Halloween using mainly edible materials at Argyle High School in Argyle, Texas, on Oct. 27, 2017. (Faith Stapleton / The Talon News)

Art students create 'spooky houses' for Halloween using mainly edible materials at Argyle High School in Argyle, Texas, on Oct. 27, 2017. (Faith Stapleton / The Talon News)

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Art students create 'spooky houses' for Halloween using mainly edible materials at Argyle High School in Argyle, Texas, on Oct. 27, 2017. (Faith Stapleton / The Talon News)

©The Talon News | Faith Stapleton

©The Talon News | Faith Stapleton

Art students create 'spooky houses' for Halloween using mainly edible materials at Argyle High School in Argyle, Texas, on Oct. 27, 2017. (Faith Stapleton / The Talon News)

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Getting into the spirit of Halloween, art students constructed ‘spooky houses’ out of edible sweets. Teachers voted based on four categories for the Halloween treats, and Erin Keith, Carson Freeman, Grace Kelly, Will Barton, and Diesel Camp took the grand prize, Best Design and Attention to Theme.

“Last year was our first year, and we did it again this year,” art teacher Tanya Kosla said. “The teachers asked for it again, so we are going to try and keep this tradition up.”

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Art students create ‘spooky houses’ for Halloween using mainly edible materials at Argyle High School in Argyle, Texas, on Oct. 27, 2017. (Faith Stapleton / The Talon News)

Catherine Tomazewski, Aysha Jarrott, Madison McGee, and Karter Hennigan received the Most Creative ‘spooky house’ award, while Anna Reid, Bailey Maynard, Mia Hanson, and Ace Howard’s creation was deemed the Most Spooky.

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The ‘Most Creative’ house is guarded by a sugary moat at Argyle High School in Argyle, Texas, on Oct. 27, 2017. (Faith Stapleton / The Talon News)

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Covered in black, this ‘spooky house’ was deemed most spooky at Argyle High School in Argyle, Texas, on Oct. 27, 2017. (Faith Stapleton / The Talon News)

Finally, Garrett Peck, Savanah Maestas, Daniela Gonzalez, and Savanna Albanesi were rewarded with Best Craftsmanship.

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Art students create ‘spooky houses’ for Halloween using mainly edible materials at Argyle High School in Argyle, Texas, on Oct. 27, 2017. (Faith Stapleton / The Talon News)

Making only their second debut at Argyle this year, the spooky houses will likely sweeten up the halls for many years to come.

It’s just a good time,” Kosla said.

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