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97 cent soda can lights! Soda cans and a Christmas light strand.
97 cent soda can lights to light up Halloween decor!
Spot lights w/ soda cans and a Christmas light strand.
97 cent soda can lights! Think I'd like to use soup cans.
.97 cents soda can lights A cheap can of flat black spray paint. We purchased ours at Home Depot for $ 0.97! (Covered about 36 cans) Clear holiday lights, size C9... they are usually a set of 25 lights per strand placed 1 foot apart. Clean soda cans, at least one per tombstone or whatever you want to highlight. A utility knife A unibit (this one is similar to ours) for your drill, we used a 3/16 to 7/8" to be able to get the socket of the lights to fit.
So simple and inexpensive...would look cool at night in a graveyard scene...with the right lighting of course. ;)
Yard Decor would be so easy, cheap and effective
These cute ghosts are in our front yard every Halloween. Easy to make!
Dead girl in cemetery Halloween, yard haunts, graveyard. Love how somehing as simple as turning the head sideway makes the prop so much scarier!!!
20 minute crafter - make a giant star for less than five dollars - it is made from yard sticks
Halloween Lighted Garland! Get a couple yards of the cheapest fabric, cut into strips, and tie them in a knots between lights on a white light strand. So easy and festive!
Embrace the spirit of Halloween in your front yard with this spider-filled bonanza: www.bhg.com/...
My $1.20 Graveyard Fence - halloween yard decor on the cheap!
Diy ground breakers for spooky yard decor for halloween very easy to make...
Cloaked Ghosts 1 2 by grimgraham, via Flickr
Carl family Halloween cemetery..
signs made out of cardboard