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Materials Clean plastic gallon milk jugs Black permanent marker Craft knife String of 50 clear low-wattage holiday lights Instructions Draw ghost eyes and mouths on the jugs. Tip: Leave the caps on while you do this, so the jugs don't dent. Use the craft knife to cut a half-dollar-size hole in the back of each jug (a parent's job). Arrange the ghosts near each other and string the lights between them, stuffing several bulbs into each of the jugs.

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Halloween Party Decorations, Crafts, and Treats

Hung from the ceiling, these friendly paper ghosts will swirl, sway, and spook all night long. 1. Draw a ghost shape on a sheet of white poster board, and cut it out. 2. Cut eyes and a mouth from black construction paper and attach them with glue. 3. To hang the ghost, poke a small hole in the top, thread a string through it, and knot it.

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Decorating For A Not-So-Scary Halloween

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PVC pipe, cut out face, lots of hot glue dripped all over, let dry, paint, and insert flame-less candles.

Candy Corn Button Art - Materials: - Yellow, Orange and White Buttons. I prefer Favorite Findings buttons (found at Jo-Ann Fabrics) but ended up using a mixture that I had on hand. - Burlap (found at craft stores) - 8x10 frame from the Dollar Store - Hot Glue gun - Acrylic Paint in yellow, orange and white - Mod Podge