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Easier than it looks! Just use a paper towel role inside socks and put in witchy-looking shoes. = ding-dong the witch is dead!

24 Surprisingly Easy Halloween Party DIYs

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Definitely needs a hocus pocus twist!!!! DIY Halloween: DIY Make your own Witch Brooms and Halloween Signs: DIY Halloween Decor

wine bottle crafts | Christmas crafts from old wine bottles

Christmas crafts from old wine bottles

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Grinch Christmas Arrows by WoodlandAffair on Etsy, $50.00 Amy...You could so make this for outside!!! the@amyheim

Bing : wine bottle crafts with lights @Elizabeth Lockhart simon, check this out

Candy Corn Wine Bottles

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So doing this next year for decorations on the tree and gifts seriously- cute!!

Peppermint Candy Christmas Ornaments

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Christmas Craft Idea

Wine Glass Glitter Pumpkins - on etsy, but probably easy to DIY

Make plaster casts of hand/rubber hand, the place in garden/yard like this.

Pringles Can Firecrackers from i Gotta Create

punch a hole in the shape of a heart into an old book (I'm thinking a dictionary and choosing certain words), and arrange them into a frame for a decoration

cheesecloth and starch to make a floating ghost

Old muffin tin

Salt Dough Ornaments: Classic Salt Dough Ornament Recipe Ingredients: 2 cups flour 1 cup salt 1 cup water Directions: 1. Mix salt and flour. 2. Add in half the water, then gradually add the remaining water. 3. Knead until the dough is smooth, this can take up to 10 minutes. 4. For flat dough ornaments roll out the dough on baking paper Or be creative and make odd shapes and wreaths (takes longer to bake) Create: Use cookie cutters, cut-out templates, or just use your hands. Dust dough with flour and begin to add details to the ornaments with a toothpick, popsicle stick, and knife. Don't Forget: Use a straw to make a hole so you can hang the ornament. Baking: Time varies based on thickness of ornament Temperature: 325 degrees Time: 1 1/2 hours - or until dry Decorate: Let cool before you begin Paint with acrylic paints Glue on beads, buttons, or any fun accessory Preservation: Making them last a long time Coat with acrylic varnish when everything is dry *** Color Variation Notes from our Visitors*** - Substitute coffee for water - great for gingerbread people - Thanks, Shelly - Add food coloring to make dough a unique color - white, blue, red, etc...

Rustic Twist on holiday Decor!! Love it

Stretch a rubber band around a cylindrical vase, then stick in candy canes until you can't see the vase. Tie a silky red ribbon to hide the rubber band. Fill with red and white roses or carnations... or cake pops? Or more candy? Or home-made cookies...? THE POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS!

peek a boo pumpkins

Mini Pumpkin Pies made in a muffin tin... a must this Thanksgiving...portion control.

Pumpkin Puppy Chow.

Christmas Coal, made from rice krispies... even includes a cute poem!

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Wrap ribbon with a bow around kitchen cabinets

Can you imagine walking into this bathroom at a Christmas party? This just makes me laugh!

Tension rod with ribbon and Christmas bulbs. I like it! Maybe with snowflakes?