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I want to make this AND the glitter skull...i have tons of skulls so i can do the glitter easy, but the board may take a little more gearing up for. :)

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Word play off of "Have yourself a merry little Christmas -" wish the background was orange.

Halloween by Sarah Jane Coleman, via Behance

Ghosts and goblins, spooks galore, scary witches at your door.... Here are the list of haunted attractions nearby, which is the most haunting place of all? >>> goo.gl/AfLsHV

Halloween decorations - outside the classroom door. What fun. I had two really unpredictable students in my ED class. Gave them a bunch of materials, not much in the way of directions and a little time. Had the hands down best display ever. Autonomy rocks. I can see giving students a picture, some old clothes and shoes and seeing what they come up with.

Great Entrance for Halloween

Bat-Filled Front Door These felt bats are easy to make and ensure your house looks extra spooky. All you need to do is trace a bat shape onto a piece of felt and cut it out. Repeat until you have a swarm of them. Read more: Halloween Craft Ideas for Kids - Halloween Craft Projects - Country Living

The Yellow Cape Cod: Spooky Family Room

seems wrong to put pile of jack-o-lanterns under "holiday" but I missed Halloween this year so next year, I'm doing double the carving. Here's the inspiration.