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Halloween Fun

Projects so fun, they're scary.

Build this easy stacked pumpkin topiary to add some Halloween fun to your porch.

Create a spooky ceiling medallion Halloween wreath with a watching eye | TodaysCreativeBlo...

Ceiling Medallion Halloween Wreath - Today's Creative Blog

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Create your very own hot glue gun spiderwebs to add some fun to your indoor Halloween decor.

DIY: Glue Gun Spiderwebs

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Paint your pumpkins black for a beautiful yet spooky entryway!

Use a drill to decorate your pumpkin this year. You can carve holes in fun designs and add a light to see your handiwork shine through!

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Here's a fun Halloween project! Turn a handful of hardware into a pumpkin decoration to display on a tabletop or your front porch.

Metal Strap Tabletop Pumpkin

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Small pumpkins won’t be overlooked when you paint them in a circus palette of colors. For greater impact, cluster the glorified gourds in and around a wire basket.

Trick-or-Treat Pumpkins

Outdoor Halloween Decorating with Pumpkins

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How adorable are these Strawberry Ghosts?

12 Ghostly Recipes to Haunt Your Halloween Celebration

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Check out this adorable pumpkin family. Create your own using pipe cleaners, paint, or permanent markers.

This stylish pumpkin is easy to make, but your guests don't need to know that! Click through to download the free stencil.

Give your pumpkin extra personality by using a mop as hair, and cabinet pulls as eyes, nose, and a mouth!

Add this black and purple witch inspired halloween wreath to your front door.

There's quite a few ways to decorate your pumpkins without carving them. Click through for instructions and stencils for your pumpkin!

This scary halloween addition will add a spooky greeting to your front door!

Paint your pumpkin this year before you carve it to make it extra spooky!

Use gold studs to make a super chic pumpkin.

2 Ways to Make Chic No-Carve Pumpkins

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What's your lucky number? Try this simple idea: Decorate a plain pumpkin with house numbers (#214370, #214368). Start with a white pumpkin. Drill pilot holes in the pumpkin to make attaching the numbers easier. Not sure which numerals to display? Use your address number, and place it near your front door to greet guests. Or, add your favorite digits and use it inside.

You won’t believe how easy it is to turn a yard light into a festive decoration for Halloween!

Jack-o-lantern Yard Light | Skip To My Lou

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