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    Birds theme with white pumpkins

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How will you get into the Halloween spirit? I'm going to fill my house with these cool Halloween decorations!

How will you get into the Halloween spirit? I'm going to fill my house with these cool Halloween decorations!

These creep me out. I couldn't drink out of the Zombie Virus one. No way.

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Love this!!! Halloween window silhouettes from black paper or martha s at Michaels!

Ok here is a day shot. You can see the finished paint job. I use an exterior laytex grey base coat first. I then spray everything down with water and roll on white and moss green lightly. I mist things as I go with the hose to get the effect that I want and let dry. (trick is not to use to much water) I may add some grapevine soon and real moss for an even better effect. This graveyard started years ago with the tombstones. The following year we added a fence. The next year we added the

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Eerie Entry-A grouping of ghostly door decor made from painted gourds is sure to catch the eye and chill the heart in the dark. Use black paint to create the spirited expressions, and dangle the gourds from dormant vines, porch rafters, or tree branches. Finish off your front-door masterpiece with dried bittersweet and a painted twig wreath.