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Fall/Halloween Party idea

Monsters in the Windows

How cute!!

*I got this once from someone while trick-or treating and I STILL remember that I loved it!!! Pinner said I used surgical gloves. You can find them at Walgreens, Walmart, Rite-Aid. For the fingers I used Smarties. Then I filled them rest of the way with mini Hershey candy bars and mini Reeses peanut butter cups, and Hershey Kisses. I had to add a little ring.

Make the shape with bottle, ball and wire. Drape over cheesecloth and spray with starch. Once dry remove supports. So clever!

Monster eyes and fangs made from hardware store foam.

DIY Halloween t-shirt!

Homemade costumes this website it awesome

Halloween ~ idea, glue bugs onto nylons. THiS will freak the kids out!!!

the ultimate pregnant halloween costume. Wow.

These DIY mummy lights are perfect Halloween decorations!

Styrofoam Coffin, 4 Walgreens Skeletons, pvc pipes, rebar, Florist wire. Clever!

Halloween decor

  • Laura Santana
    Laura Santana

    lol how scary!!!

Halloween. hershey bar + crepe paper + google eyes. hahahah love this!

Monster pumpkins

Roll out sugar cookie dough into a thin line (dough will spread when baking), score at "knuckles" and apply an almond shard at the tip. Bake as directed. Brush cooled cookies with a little cocoa-powder to add contrast! Ewww scary

  • Laura Santana
    Laura Santana

    Good Lord this is disturbing!!!

plastic water bottles, gauze & googly eyes :)

Monogrammed pumpkin- just use thumbtacks


Pooh Bear Pumpkin!

Batty Door Decor