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This is so easy. Cut out any scary shapes on black cardboard, tape to window panes, cover with yellow tissue paper and light from behind. It's a great effect.

Spooky Bird Silhouettes Halloween decorating: Cut out any scary shapes on black cardboard, tape to window panes, cover with yellow/green tissue paper and light from behind.

Use cardboard to make these and paint them black with the eyes cut out. - Soooo scary!

Cardoard cutouts painted black with the eyes cut out and a glow stick in a little box glued (or duct taped) to the back of the head.if you don't want to do full sized cutouts, you could just do creepy figures in windows.

Bat-Filled Front Door    These felt bats are easy to make and ensure your house looks extra spooky. All you need to do is trace a bat shape onto a piece of felt and cut it out. Repeat until you have a swarm of them.      Read more: Halloween Craft Ideas for Kids - Halloween Craft Projects - Country Living halloween

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Cute Halloween door idea ~ Bat-Filled Front Door These felt bats are easy to make and ensure your house looks extra spooky. All you need to do is trace a bat shape onto a piece of felt and cut it out. Repeat until you have a swarm of them.

Add extra spookiness to your home decorations with this window scene of spooky elements. Create this chilling scene for only pennies from some black cardboard or card stock. Draw out the images that you desire on the paper or cardboard, cut out with a sharp scissors or box cutters, and attach to the inside of your windows. When the lights in the house are turned on, the cut outs will show eerily against the backlighting. This creative and curious decoration idea is fast, easy, inexpensive…

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Add extra spookiness to your home decorations with this window scene of spooky elements. Create this chilling scene for only pennies from some black cardboard or card stock. Draw out the images that you desire on the paper or cardboard, cut out with a sha

Take frosted contact paper and cut it apart to look like fractured glass. This works really well because you can apply it to the inside or outside of the window. By overlapping the frosted contact paper, you can create the appearance of glass thickness within the fractures.

"broken windows" : take frosted contact paper and cut it apart to look like fractured glass. The semi-transparent frosted contact paper takes on the appearance of the "glass" while the actual glass pane (which is transparent) disappears.

Equal parts humorous and Halloween-themed, this ingenious Halloween craft is great for a shed or a garage. Materials: black cardstock, bright colored tissue paper and removable tape.

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Scary Cat Halloween Wall Window Decal Vinyl Sticker Decor  #homemade…

Scary Cat Halloween Wall Window Decal Vinyl Sticker Decor

Scary Cat Halloween Wall Window Decal Vinyl Sticker Decor and like OMG! get some yourself some pawtastic adorable cat appare

Ghost eyes! Don't have any trees or shrubs in front of my house, but I bet I could rig them to show in the garage door windows!

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Glowing Eyes: Save finished toilet paper rolls, cut eyes into them. Put glow sticks in the toilet paper rolls. Place the rolls into your hedge, trees or bushes at night. Watch people freak out as they pass your lawn.

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