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Crow Lantern Favors
To make these crow lantern favors, SueElle covered 2 white paper lanterns with colored tissue paper, and then added paper wings, a paper tail, and a tissue-paper-covered Styrofoam beak. The stems were made out of pipe cleaners covered with florist tape, and the eyes, wooden red beads. She then filled the lanterns with candy and treats for her guests.
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Halloween Countdown Calendar
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Halloween Treat Boxes
Not all Halloween treats have to be scary; these stylish treat boxes made by HolidayQueen are sure to elicit a smile rather than a scream from partygoers.
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Kbakerbunny submitted these clever cupcakes she created by baking chocolate cake inside of green ice cream cones, then topping them with peanut butter cups.
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Embellish a creepy skull candleholder with glitter for a bone-chilling Halloween look.
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Inspired by a favorite classic movie, Catain made this plush Frankenstein's doll using recycled felt.
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Lisaxleon's foreboding Halloween jars hint at the wicked potions they contain.
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Maryloumurphy submitted this photo of her daughter's home decorated with dramatic -- and inexpensive -- black paper cutouts. We love this savvy, spooky idea!
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The trick behind this treat involves finding the right toolbox. It needs to be old, beaten and weathered -- suznews found this one by the side of the road, bent open and containing a few tools. She then added a zombie face mask and a pair of blinking, battery-operated eyeballs.
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Inspired by an image in a book, thatgaljill created these kid-friendly Halloween decorations using coffee-stained cotton fabric, black duct tape, googly eyes, and Styrofoam balls.
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While in culinary school, wunderhamster made this nightmarish cake using chocolate, Rice Krispies Treats, and fondant -- the entire design is edible.
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Crepe Paper Pumpkin Favors
Msp11 stuffed these adorable, handmade crepe paper pumpkin favors with treats and candy as a favor for special guests.
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Kinwart lured guests to a haunting Halloween bash with these scary skull invites. They were created by printing skulls onto cardstock and affixing them to a ribbon-wrapped tongue depressor. The skulls were then attached to cardstock; the date, time, and other party information was printed on the back.
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Mlibertone brought these creepy forks to life using polymer clay and glow-in-the-dark googly eyes. She made them as a gift for her son and his cousins and they use them year-round -- not just for Halloween!
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Spider Web Ceiling
Yikes! Unassuming visitors get quite a fright when they glance up at donalavery's ceiling and the creepy, dangling creatures who've spun their web there.
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Witch Cauldron Silhouette
This eerie paper silhouette was hand-cut by tsorningold to decorate her mom's front window.
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