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Cut a branch. Spray paint both an old bleach bottle and the branch with fast drying black spray paint. Place one small set of white Christmas lights on the branches and hang hollow plastic pumpkins found in the dollar store.
We are going to do the tangerines as Jack o' Lanterns this year at our fall harvest party. It is important to wash the tangerines and then dry them and then put faces on them with Sharpies. The children will do the faces.
Painted and decorated jars create a cute Halloween display. To create the dripping black look, spray heavily and allow to run down the sides of the jar. Spray orange, white, and gold for a candy corn look. Have fun, you can't "mess" these up.
Make your own custom Jack-O-Lantern jars. Here is information about how to make painted Halloween jars.
This is a guide about making faux books for Halloween. Add a hand-painted papier-mache book to your Halloween decorations. You could add a spooky title.
This is a guide about making wooden Halloween letters. Decorate wooden craft letters to spell out a fun or spooky Halloween word.
This is a guide about making Halloween mantel pennants. Decorate your fireplace mantel or a wall with a string of Halloween themed fabric pennants.
This is a guide about making a stacked pumpkin tree. This eye catching pumpkin tree makes a great seasonal decoration that can be displayed from Halloween through Thanksgiving.
Use candy corn to make this simple Halloween decoration. This is a guide about making a candy corn tree.
This is a guide about making a ghost light. This cute little ghost light is easy to make and can be used to decorate year after year.
This is a guide about Halloween bat branches. For an inexpensive holiday display, decorate tree branches with glittery bats and cobwebs.
This is a guide about making veggie monsters. These cuties are a fun variation on the traditional jack 'o lantern. They would make excellent decorations on your harvest table.
A Halloween scene made from wood and pine cones. Saw the wood from the bottom of a tree trunk. Glue the pine cones and the knick knacks in any position you like.
Fish bowl painted and used as Halloween candy bow. These type of fish-bowls can be found at thrift stores for next to nothing. I purchased this one at Goodwill for 75 cents. I hand-painted candy corn onto the glass with basic acrylic craft paint.
A great tip for one rubber glove was done in the sixties. We filled it with plaster of Paris and produced a slick hand, that was used for jewelry display or for Halloween fun.
Take three ice cream sticks and glue them together side by side. Make three of these. Take another ice cream stick and cut the stems for the pumpkins.
Pumpkin face centerpiece made from a mayo jar.
My nephew and I love Casper. So, for Halloween we would decorate with Casper eyes all over the house. The most unexpected places the better.
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I was wondering if anybody can give me ideas for decorating for an inside Trunk or Treat. We had it figured out for outside, but we must change it now. We only have 1 day to do it.
How can I make good Halloween decorations with just pens, paper and scissors?
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This hat has web designed tulle around the rim and in a large bow and long tail trailing down in back. There is also a spider ribbon intertwined in it.
This giant spooky spider ceiling decoration couldn't be easier to make. We took two balloons and put them in a black plastic bin bag (trash bag) and knotted the top. The legs are simply long lengths taken off the roll of bags but not separated or opened.
For a unique, fun and personalized decoration, use cut out pictures of faces in magazine or take your own head shot photos of each family member (making a face or looking scared or scary). Print them out full sized and place them in Mason jars along with grasses, rope, leaves, or any other filler around the face.
The kitty seems a bit concerned with our new friend.