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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 re painted with acrylic paints, and then finished with Mod Podge to give them a shiny look.

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OMG! This is hysterical! I love it! :) HAHA!

Front porch decoration, love this! Sarah, I thought of you when I saw this! @sarahmarie

Took me forever, but I think this is the original post - I've seen this re-pinned everywhere. Make a cute Halloween sign - kid craft - with foot prints designed by "Miner Moments"

STACKED PUMPKIN MAN... This snowman-like sculpture sports two stacked pumpkins on top of a large pedestal urn. Feather-trim hair under the felt hat and an old shirt collar and buttons make up his kooky apparel. If you have a staircase, combine vines and craft-store grapevines with delicate Chinese lanterns and plastic bugs and curl them up the banister.

-beautiful for the front porch in fall.

I've done something similar to this in the past. Using the lights instead of candles is nice!

"Even your front door can have it's own Halloween costume! Here we have Frankenstein's monster... Reusable every year if you make the pieces out of felt. (You can wash them if it rains!) And if your front door isn't green, cover it in green wrapping or construction paper temporarily." I'm doing this! :) Our door is red - maybe a vampire?

Fill a wooden wheelbarrow with gourds, pumpkins, dried leaves, and berry sprigs. Work with a variety of shapes and colors to achieve a vibrant look that captures the essence of fall. Paint a "welcome friends" message on two large pumpkin and place on top of the wheelbarrow. Weave artificial berry vines around the wheelbarrow for a splash of stunning red