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Halloween

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Decrepit Dwelling

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A tangle of cheesecloth spiderwebs is a sure sign that ghouls, goblins, and other spooky types have taken over the (un)living room. The ragged-looking webs can be hung across any entryway. Drooping lilies on the buffet table and pumpkins in faded hues add to this space's haunted appeal.
Materials
  • Measuring tape
  • White or ivory cheesecloth (by the roll)
  • Scissors
  • Pushpins or adhesive hooks
  • Plastic spiders
  • White craft glue
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Spider Egg Sac

Steps:4
This globe-shaped incubator is teeming with eight-legged babies. Make several sacs and suspend them at various heights.
Materials
  • 1 foam egg
  • White batting
  • 1 white stocking
  • Plastic spiders in various sizes
  • Hot glue gun
  • Pushpins or adhesive hooks
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Eyeball Tableware and Blood-Orange Cocktail Labels

Steps:3
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Hanging Bats

Steps:2
Welcome trick-or-treaters in hair-raising style by turning your front porch into a bat cave.
Materials
  • Half-bat template
  • Thick black paper
  • Bone folder
  • Painters' tape or removable hooks
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Balloon Spiders

Steps:3
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