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Party decorations

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Pinecone Ornaments

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Oak Leaf Napkin Ring

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Floating Candles

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Easter Eggs by the Dozen: Easter Centerpiece

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Witch's Cauldron

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Materials
  • 3 long, straight branches (from which to hang the cauldron) and twigs (for the "fire") from your backyard
  • Large pumpkin
  • Keyhole saw or a serrated knife
  • Fleshing tool
  • Drill
  • 20-gauge wire, in green, by Panacea, from createforless.com
  • S hook
  • Twisted polypropylene rope, 1/4-inch, in tan, from acehardwareoutlet.com
  • Eyebolt with nut ZP, 1/4-by-4 inches
  • Washers and nuts, 1/4 inch, by Crown Bolt, from Home Depot
  • Outdoor stake light (with a yellow or an orange bulb), from Aubuchon Hardware,hardwarestore.com
  • Sturdy glass bowl, optional
  • Dry ice, optional
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Snowflake Hurricane Candleholder

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Easy Paper Turkey

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Wriggling Snake Wreath

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Dreadfully sophisticated and shockingly fun, a wreath wriggling with snakes hung on the front door gets Halloween off to a screaming start.
Materials
  • Black acrylic paint
  • Vinyl snakes, orientaltrading.com
  • Floral wire, 20-gauge, save-on-crafts.com
  • Black water-based spray paint, in Shock Black by Montana Gold, dickblick.com
  • 18-inch grapevine wreath, save-on-crafts.com
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Deranged Halloween Centerpiece

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Silver Mesh Beaded Napkin Rings

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