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Slip into something outrageous, if only for a night. You needn't be disguised from head to toe: one mischievous piece is enough to get you in the spirit of the evening. These accessories are appropriate for the most dreadful of affairs.

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Slip into something outrageous, if only for a night. You needn't be disguised from head to toe: one mischievous piece is enough to get you in the spirit of the evening. These accessories are appropriate for the most dreadful of affairs.

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Trick or treat? This witch appears to have both at her disposal. Ghouls in her good graces can help themselves from an urn of candies. But get a little cheeky and the treats won't be the only thing to go flying.

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These woodland favors are made with pinecone boxes disguised as birds of prey. The textured ridges resemble feathers, and crepe-paper embellishments finish the owl's menacing look. This version has a waxed-twine loop for hanging; you can also make a similar standing owl.Before you begin, learn how to work with crepe paper.Print the Owl Templates

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Three perched owls, made from egg-shaped pressed-paper boxes, don't need to hunt for another meal. Their bellies are filled with enough treats to last the night. Make this standing owl, or try the hanging version with a waxed-twine loop.