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    great idea for homemade tombstones!

    This is a great tombstone tutorial

    Haunted Tree Tutorial. Halloween

    Foam tombstones and a good idea on keeping them in the ground

    Keebas tombstones - THIS IS THE BEST TOMBSTONE TUTORIAL I HAVE SEEN, WITH THE BEST WAY TO STAKE THEM IN THE YARD.

    16 Awesome Homemade Halloween Decorations

    16 Awesome Homemade Halloween Decorations

    Homemade foam pipe chain... absolute must I think!!

    Tombstone tutorial and lots of headstone name ideas

    Make sure you go to the HOME Page at the bottom of this site... It really is One of the BEST Sites. I have gone to this site for years now.......This gal is amazing! She has a ton of great ideas for scarey Halloween decorating

    The Ten Minute Tombstone - The Basic Prop in any Halloween Yard

    Great idea for Halloween! Turning on the light to find that would get a few screams

    cemetery posts entry gate

    paint the hoses black so the monsters can get out of the cage!

    myhalloweenideas.com How to make a hall of chains haunted house prop

    Good idea for tombstones too!

    Homemade Halloween Props | HOMEMADE HALLOWEEN PROPS - never thought to take the blades off a fan to use the back and forth motion for like, say a head

    using a cheap changing picture in your tombstone...perfect Halloween decorations

    Use a DIY Pressure Plate Switch to Automate Your Haunted House : Assemble the Pressure Plate Switch

    Want to make some cheap homemade Halloween props this year? Try these fake boards to give your home the spooky "boarded up house" look. So easy to make that my 5 year old painted them. They cost only about $1.50 to make per window. Totally fun and festive! Perfect if you're looking for Halloween Party ideas too! Dare to scare...... Happy hauntings! Save & click through for seriously EASY directions ☺

    These creepy mummy-head statues are perfect for a haunted house or scary party. To make them, decoupage head forms with strips of white muslin (a great use for old sheets) and then scuff them up by rolling them around in the yard. Hot-glue the heads to wood posts and add bits of raffia.