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Halloween

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Halloween Bat Jar

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How to Make a Jar-O-Lattern

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Dreadful Candy Jar Labels

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Creepy labels spell out what's in store for those brave enough to reach inside.
Materials
  • Mismatched glass containers
  • Assorted black candy, such as striped licorice sticks, gummy bites, and jelly beans
  • Self-adhesive paper (8165), by Avery
  • Clip-art labels
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Candy Jar Treats

Steps:3
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Jar-o'-Lanterns

Steps:3
Materials
  • Clean jars
  • Oil-based enamel paint in black and orange or yellow
  • Paintbrush
  • Extra-wide masking tape
  • Marker
  • Utility knife
  • Plastic-covered 20-gauge wire
  • Needle-nose pliers
  • Small candle (such as the LED candle)
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Specimen-Jar Candle

Steps:5
Here's a Good Thing that will add a spooky touch to your home for Halloween. The specimen-jar candle looks like it came straight from a mad scientist's laboratory, but it's really easy to make -- and little trick-or-treaters will love it.
Materials
  • Cauliflower head
  • Grapes, optional
  • Celery root, optional
  • Glass vase
  • Small suction cup
  •  Water 
  • Food coloring
  • Wax granules
  • Wicks
  • Lighter
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Bat Jar

Steps:4
Other Ideas:
Crafting and DIY, Jars
A simple jar gets a spooky spin with this fun bat craft.
Materials
  • Bat template
  • White or cream card stock
  • Scissors
  • Xyron Creative Station with permanent adhesive cartridge
  • Black beans
  • White beans (like cannellini)
  • Large jar or container
  • Bubble wrap, empty plastic container with lid, or other item to act as filler
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