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    Halloween General - DIY Tutorials


    Halloween General - DIY Tutorials

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    make a haunted tree - Twisted pieces of newspaper are taped to the trunk for texture. This will then all be covered with the 1 mil plastic.

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    Wreath Frame Made Out Of Bones

    Creepy Halloween wreath made out of chicken bones.

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    How-to-make-Bat-Branches-for-your-Halloween-Decor

    Fall Home Tour: Part 2 - In My Own Style

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    Frame, skull, rubber snakes and bugs all sprayed white

    Maureen Van Mortis – Death Decor

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    Creepy idea for your haunt. I really really love this. Styrofoam head, papier mache, basting string, tags...

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    DIY Elegant Raven Wreath from Dollar Store Black Birds - Costs Under 12 Bucks to Make!

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    Halloween prop for a morgue vignette. Vinyl letters on a reclaimed window. By Danali Home for Sinister Sisters. #danalihome

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    Bat wings using old umbrella

    threads and snippets: umbrella bat costume

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    I just painted a few mock ones last night. I plan to place these outside and see how they hold up. I used a base coat of black latex paint applied via brush. Drylock in areas to add a gritty texture and then a little spay of popcorn ceiling patch (just testing to see what kind of texture I could get out of it.) A second layer of black then dry brush rust and dabs of spar to add shine. Yes this is quite excessive, but I was testing different techniques... Im not totally happy with the resu

    5 cent fence finials

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    Get a doll, drape fabric and spray the hell out of it with: Fabric Quick Stiffening Spray www.amazon.com/... Let it set then remove doll from underneath and set the draped fabric back.

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    Build Tutorial for making a Giant Spider

    Don't forget to stop and eat the roses

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    This DIY ghost face picture frame is so creepy and easy to make! Totally need this in your home or Halloween party as decor to creep out all your guests and trick-or-treaters! www.ehow.com/...

    DIY Ghost Face Picture Frame | eHow

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    Halloween decoration - this is creepy using mop string dipped in Monster Mud and draped over a skeleton.

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    How to pose a skelton

    Prop Showcase: Pirates - I invoke the right of Parley!!! - Page 2

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    How to make a corpse skeleton for your Halloween yard. OMG that is absolutely nasty... but so freaking cool at the same time. You would be the talk of the neighborhood!

    Halloween Yard Decorations That Scare Me Down to My Ovaries -

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    fake rocks

    DIY: Artificial Rock - CornSnakes.com Forums

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    Picture of Floating Spirit Lights

    Floating Spirit Lights

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    Picture of Portable and cheap lighting for outdoor decorations

    Portable and cheap lighting for outdoor decorations

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    A cardboard piano for your haunted hotel lobby

    Ubepix – nail art designs

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    How to build a medieval doorway

    How to Build a Medieval Doorway

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    going to try clear silicone instead of hot glue on next batch of candles.

    Photo 4 of 12 from My Flicker Candle Build

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    thrift store hurricane globe and candlestick--made like a witch lantern...(modge podge outside, water-thinned paint on inside...with battery tea light.)

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    How to put images on glass

    13 Days of Halloween- DIY Spooky Hurricane Glass Candle Holders

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    Fill your sink with hot, hot, hot water. Then fill each wine bottle with hot water and drop it into the sink. Next, add this secret potion: 1/2 cup baking powder 1 Tbsp dish soap 2 cups white vinegar Once you add the vinegar to the sink, it will get all fizzy for a second.AND THE LABELS COME OFF:-) good to know for wine bottle vases

    Fill your sink with hot, hot, hot water. Then fill each wine bottle with hot water and drop it into the sink. Next, add this secret potion: 1/2 cup baking powder 1 Tbsp dish soap 2 cups white vinegar Once you add the vinegar to the sink, it will get all fizzy for a second.AND THE LABELS COME OFF:-)

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    Rock on!! Making fake rocks from cardboard and newspaper

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