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Sweets aren't just for eating. Get creative with all those treats and make Halloween topiaries fun with candy corn, gumdrops and gummy worms. Just hot glue the candy to foam balls and wooden dowels. Then fill used glass jars with creepy eyeballs, spiders and more candy. Is it a trick or a treat?
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Greet your guests with this cool door décor. It's not only easy to make but also a "hats" off to all things witchy! When you're shopping at your favorite hobby stores, look for witch accessories and pull it all together with a wreath form.
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Ever wonder what to do with those mini birdhouses you see at every craft store? Black paint and spooky embellishments help turn them into the perfect haunted village. Fun Halloween-themed design paper to adorn the houses is also a nice touch.
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CREEPY CREATURES IN SLIME
Who knew aqua gems could be so cool? These fun bowl fillers are actually found in the floral department of the craft store but look like they were brought right over from a swamp. Safe and squishy, these “little guys” last quite a while and are perfect for displaying creepy creatures who thrive on slime.
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Repurpose your holiday wreath with black spray paint and tulle. Then fill it with all sorts of fun Halloween creatures and Ping-Pong eyeballs, and you'll have a ghoulish door stopper your neighbors can't take their eyes off of!
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Feeling a little batty? Cover these adorable wood cutouts with pretty black and white paper for a creepy yet sophisticated look. These scary cute adornments also make great trimming for a spooky tree.
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Your tots will love this easy-to-make homemade recipe. With only four ingredients, you can whip it up in a snap for a kid-friendly Halloween party.
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Looking for something to create with all those extra paper scraps? Make a fun banner to celebrate the season. But beware: Your guests will love the results.
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Along with raising their families, craft lovers (and sisters!) Candace amp Nicole keep themselves busy with their various art projects, especially around the holiday season. Which is why we asked the crafty duo to share their fave Halloween ideas from their cute blog. Thank goodness, they didn't disappoint.