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I totally used this idea last halloween on our front porch! - sooo much fun and sooo many comments from neighbors and trick or treat kids.

Such a cute idea. You can use pins, tacks, nails, even buttons to decorate a simple pumpkin.

I made these bats and also painted some root branches black. They created a great eerie look. You can put the branches into vases or other containers or the pumpkin.

Adorable.. Take a 4x4 and paint them orange, I would add a wine cork to the top for a little extra! :)

This pin was suppose to be about the pumpkin, but my eyes went right to the tiny table that the pumpkin is sitting on. Round piece of wood, some scrapbook paper, trim for the edge & a large (painted) candle stick. Glue table top to candle stick - modge podge scrapbook paper & add trim. Very cute!

only eddie ross could make a cheap plastic pumpkin look this fierce!

I just cut dead branches from an oak behind my house...was about to toss them out and then remembered Halloween and Fall and coming. Now if I can just hide them from my husband until then...

Get some last minute inspiration to put you in the Halloween spirit with a Ghoulishly-inspired mood board!

Fill a wooden wheelbarrow with gourds, pumpkins, dried leaves, and berry sprigs. Work with a variety of shapes and colors to achieve a vibrant look that captures the essence of fall. Paint a "welcome friends" message on two large pumpkin and place on top of the wheelbarrow. Weave artificial berry vines around the wheelbarrow for a splash of stunning red

Pumpkin poop---just add cheese balls...HOW FUNNY! :)