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Halloween

Explore 256 recipes, 432 projects, 123 articles, 89 galleries, 402 videos, and more

Vampire Bat Cupcakes

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Pumpkin Cachepots

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Bat Bag

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Other Ideas:
Crafting and DIY, Kids, Paper
Light up your little ones' night -- and their bags -- with bright-eyed bats. Coat the bottom of a paper plate with bold, reflective paint.
Materials
  • Paper plate
  • Reflective paint
  • Construction paper
  • Bat template
  • Battery-operated LED lights
  • Black paper bag
  • Craft glue
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Blackened Pumpkins

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Boo Balloons

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Candy Cauldron

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Googly-Eyed Bangle Craft

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Treat Balls

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Clothespin Bats

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Spine-chilling as it sounds, a colony of bats hanging from the highest reaches of your house serve as the perfect welcome for guests -- if you're throwing a Halloween party. You can also clip these clothespin bats onto tree branches or bushes outdoors to greet trick-or-treaters.
Materials
  • Template
  • Pencil
  • Oak tag
  • Scissors
  • White pencil
  • Black construction paper
  • Mini hole punch or pushpin
  • Glue stick
  • Black spray paint
  • Wooden clothespins
  • Craft glue
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Monster Mask

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