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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...

Hide a piece of candy underneath a white plastic cup with eyes drawn on with a Sharpie Marker. Quickly slide all three "ghosts" around to mix them up. Then ask the kids to guess where the candy is hiding. Award points or just the candy for correct guesses.

Halloween Tossing Game Get ready for a tossing game. Download and print our patterns: a sign for the Can Toss game and one to wrap each can. Measure around the cans and cut printed papers to wrap around them; secure with glue. Arrange the cans on a tiered shelf with designated points. Provide the kids with table tennis balls to toss into the cans.

vintage halloween tickets, this would be great to send out invite cards for your Halloween Party!

Spooky gauze pumpkins...fun for the kiddos! #pumpkins

Bat droppings--just jelly beans or candies like Mike 'n' Ike, Hot Tamales, Good and Plenty, etc.

Fun game for Halloween parties See how it's done!

Candy Corn Guessing Game Fill a clear bowl with candy corn, counting the pieces as you fill. Download and print our sign and adhere it to a paint stick (painted black) with glue. Ask kids to write their names and guesses on slips of paper. Award a special carnival prize to the child with the closest guess.

These hand-painted 5"x7" canvases are the perfect decoration for Fall, and can be used as a decoration inside, as well as outside. They are painted with acrylic paints, and then finished with Mod Podge to give them a shiny look.

So simple and inexpensive...would look cool at night in a graveyard scene...with the right lighting of course. ;)

Halloween Wreath - this would be so cool to do for different seasons - ribbons or scrapbook paper, too!