It's that time of year again—the time of year when it's acceptable to decorate your front door with spiders, bats, and crows, and eat Halloween treats all day long! But before you lug your store-bought Halloween decorations out of the attic and squeeze as many pumpkins as you possibly can onto your front porch, you'll want to make sure your front door's prepped and ready for trick-or
Our 65+ Favorite Halloween Decorating Ideas. Black craft foam, googly eyes and fishing line are all you need to create a colony of swooping, weatherproof bats. Kids big and small will love this quick and easy Halloween craft, perfect for adding a spooky touch to your front yard. Get step-by-step instructions.
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We gathered up Over 40 of the BEST Homemade Halloween Decorations to share with you today! These Spooky ideas are very easy to make and you will have the scariest house in your neighborhood! We always love decorating for every Holiday. Halloween is one of our favorites. You can get creative, sloppy
Scary Halloween Candy Bowl. Get a fake hand, a bowl, glue, and candy. The glue must be non-toxic as food is going to come into contact with it. Glue the fake hand onto the bottom of the bowl. Let the glue dry for about two to three hours. Fill the bowl with candy. Set the bowl out for the trick or treaters.