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Halloween

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Decorative Skeleton Bone Table

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There's nothing bare-bones about this table decoration. The table legs are legs indeed -- store-bought faux bones. Note: The legs can't stand up to heavy weights; use the decorative table to display light items.
Materials
  • Coping saw
  • Four faux bone legs
  • Four faux bone legs
  • Four double-threaded screws
  • Epoxy
  • Drill (with 1/2-inch bit)
  • One precut 1-inch-thick round or oval piece of wood (ours is 18-by-28-inch medium-density fiberboard)
  • Double-threaded wood-screw studs, steel, 3/16" by 3"
  • Wood putty and putty knife
  • Sandpaper
  • Paint to match the color of the bones
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Halloween Baby Costume: Pie

Steps:6
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Halloween Treat Bags

Steps:3
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Lobster Baby Costume

Steps:10
You can create viewer Isabelle Ortley's fun and adorable baby Halloween costumes at home. Although the general processes to create Isabelle's original costumes follow, no two costumes are exactly alike. In the end, any costume you design will be memorable and guaranteed to be loved by your friends, family, and, of course, baby!
Materials
  • Muslin fabric
  • Pencil
  • Sewing machine
  • Needle and thread
  • Cotton stuffing (acrylic or plastic bags also work)
  • Red pipe cleaners
  • Velcro
  • Fabric paint (light red, darker red, brown, and black)
  •  Puffy paint 
  • Sponge
  • Assorted ribbons
  • Silk flower
  • Hot glue gun
  • Fake vegetables
  • Serving platter
  • 1-inch foam
  •   1/2 yard pant weight fabricSmall butter container  
  • Glue
  • Small butter container
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All Dressed Up: Outer Space

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