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    • Constance Gooden

      Martha Stewart Halloween: Witch and Cat Lawn Ornaments

    • Robin Hamilton Noss

      Halloween #witch #cat lawn ornaments silhouettes. Would be great at night with a blue or green light behind them and a fogger for a spooky effect. Cut from wood, altho if you only put them out halloween night you could get away with using 1/2 inch thick foamboard, painted to protect from elements

    • Jessica Sisson

      See the "Witch and Cat Lawn Ornaments" in our Outdoor Halloween Decorations gallery Martha Stewart

    • Erin Coogan

      Martha Stewart outdoor Halloween ideas

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