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Lanterns

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July 4th Paper Lanterns

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How to Make Children's Halloween Lanterns

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Decorative Hanging Gourd Lights

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Witch and Cat Lawn Ornaments

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Other Ideas:
Halloween, Outdoor lighting
This sinister sorceress and her trio of menacing felines are in a black humor -- all the better to give guests a start when they arrive at your home for the festivities.
Materials
  • 4-by-8-foot piece of 3/4-inch plywood for witch (available at home centers)
  • 4-by-4-foot piece for 3 cats (available at home centers)
  • Repositionable spray adhesive (57691772), by Krylon, from Create for Less
  • Jigsaw (available at home centers)
  • 1 quart of black latex paint (available at home centers)
  • Paintbrush
  • Hammer and screwdriver
  • 6-foot piece of heavy-wall conduit for witch; 3-foot piece for each cat (available at home centers)
  • Four 2-hole conduit straps and 8 wood screws for witch (available at home centers)
  • Two 2-hole straps and 4 screws per cat (available at home centers)
  • Similar broom (RU71), from halloweencostumes.com
  • Cup hook (504517), from Abuchon Hardware
  • Similar lantern (38469), from gardendecorgalore.com
  • Witch template
  • Cat templates
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