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Step Halloween Decorations

One, two, three, done! Get ready for Halloween in no time with our easy three-step decorating ideas. Including flying bats, playful pumpkins, and scaredy black cats, these Halloween crafts will be ready in no time. Try one of our easy Halloween decorations to get your home ready for the spooky seaso...
  • Kiirsten Jeppson

    Eerie Eyes Feather Wreath... This link has 29 Halloween ideas!

  • Stacie Alberson

    googly eyed feather wreath

  • Carol Sisk

    Eerie Eyes Feather Wreath To create your own glaring wreath, glue a black feather boa (or other feathery trim) on a 12-inch, half-round foam wreath, securing with crafts pins if needed. Lay a bath towel over the wreath to gently press the feathers into the glue as it dries. For the eyes, paint black pupils on white crafts-foam balls. Make several pairs of eyes by sticking wire through two balls and twisting it together. Attach the sets of eyes by wrapping the wire around the wreath.

  • Rebecca Lilley

    Eerie Eyes Feather Wreath and other Quick & Inexpensive Halloween decorations

  • Lisa Mitchell Drew

    Halloween wreath: To create your own glaring wreath, glue a black feather boa (or other feathery trim) on a 12-inch, half-round foam wreath, securing with crafts pins if needed. Lay a bath towel over the wreath to gently press the feathers into the glue as it dries. For the eyes, paint black pupils on white crafts-foam balls. Make several pairs of eyes by sticking wire through two balls and twisting it together. Attach the sets of eyes by wrapping the wire around the wreath.

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Watchful Eyes Googly eyes eerily peer at guests as they enter your Halloween lair. Hot-glue green pom-poms to an 8-inch-diameter plastic-foam wreath. Then adhere various-size googly eyes onto the pom-poms using hot glue. Fold a length of ribbon in half. Loop the folded ribbon around the wreath and pass the ribbon ends through the loop. Tie the ends together to make a hanging loop.

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