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Halloween Eyeball Wreath
First, tie bows around the frame using black, mesh ribbon. Next, secure each bow with a chenille tie. Once the wreath is filled out, add a layer of fabric bows in seasonal colors. To complete the look, attach eyeball ornaments. A dozen usually costs less than five dollars at most craft stores.Continue to 2 of 26 below.
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Crafty do-it-yourselfers can make this fantastic Halloween street sign by Birds and Soap using scraps of wood and paint. To get into the spirit, use the names of locations from your favorite horror movies.Continue to 3 of 26 below.
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Are you looking for a spooky idea that's more friendly than scary? This balloon ghost tutorial by Studio DIY is right up your alley. To make these whimsical spirits for your porch or yard, you'll need helium, balloons, tissue paper, and a black marker.Continue to 4 of 26 below.
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Halloween CountdownContinue to 5 of 26 below.
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Mr. Potato Head PumpkinsContinue to 6 of 26 below.
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Witch Hat Decorations
Create these cute and creepy floating luminaires by Polka Dot Chair using LED glow sticks and cheap witch hats from your local dollar store. To hang, pull fishing line through the top of a hat using a needle and then secure the cord to a removable, adhesive hook made for outdoor use.Continue to 7 of 26 below.
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Halloween GhostsContinue to 8 of 26 below.
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No-Carve Pumpkin People
Dress up your stoop with this no-carve pumpkins project by Pretty Providence. The clever do-it-yourselfers behind the site created the pumpkin people using black felt and a glue gun. Afterward, they added a few personal accessories.Continue to 9 of 26 below.
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Greet your trick or treaters with this Halloween inspired scarecrow photographed by Cecile V. The fringed fabric "body" ups the boo factor.Continue to 10 of 26 below.
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Sugar Skull LanternsContinue to 11 of 26 below.
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DIY Door MonsterContinue to 12 of 26 below.
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Custom Pumpkin PatchContinue to 13 of 26 below.
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DIY Shrub MonsterContinue to 14 of 26 below.
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Halloween Black Cat
We love holiday decorating ideas that appeal to both kids and adults. This Halloween porch tutorial by Crazy Wonderful scores big points for being super charming. It features how to make the adorable black cat door hanging using black felt, foam board, and embroidery floss.Continue to 15 of 26 below.
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Halloween TombstonesContinue to 16 of 26 below.
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How to Make a SpiderwebContinue to 17 of 26 below.
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Trick or Treat SignsContinue to 18 of 26 below.
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Homemade Halloween DecorationsContinue to 19 of 26 below.
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If you're looking to prettify your front door with something chic for Halloween, look no further than this stylish feather wreath by Polka Dot Chair. All of the components including the wreath frame and plumes are available at most craft stores and even better, should total less than $20.Continue to 20 of 26 below.
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Who says Halloween can't be punny? You don't need stellar handwriting for this colorful pumpkin tutorial by Studio DIY. After painting the pumpkins, tattoo paper is used to spell out each pun with the help of a printable.
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Halloween Door DecorationContinue to 22 of 26 below.
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DIY Dryer Vent Pumpkin
We love a good craft project, and this dryer vent pumpkin tutorial by Grillo Designs is one of our favorites because while it looks hard to make, it's not. First, connect both ends of the vent to form the shape. Next, paint your new creation. When it's dry, top off with a short branch and moss.Continue to 23 of 26 below.
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Spiders and Bats
Decorate your porch or child's playhouse with this bat and spider DIY by Lay Baby Lay. To make, you'll need wood circles for the bodies (you can buy them at most craft stores), black craft paint, black construction paper, pipe cleaners, mini pom-poms, googly eyes, and glue sticks.Continue to 24 of 26 below.
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To make this whimsical pumpkin topiary by Be Book Bound just stack a couple of pumpkins snowman style in a decorative outdoor planter and add stems of colorful leaves. Afterward, draw the face and buttons.Continue to 25 of 26 below.
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Painting RocksContinue to 26 of 26 below.
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