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DIY Tin Can Halloween Luminaries: For an easy and affordable way to decorate your home this Halloween, make luminaries using paint, candles, and empty tin cans. Click through to find more cheap and easy ideas for DIY Halloween decorations.

9 Chic DIY Outdoor Halloween Decorations

9 Chic DIY Outdoor Halloween Decorations

Halloween Tin Can Luminaries! These Luminaries look amazing while glowing at night! What You’ll Need: * Sharpie or marker in the same color as your paint * Clean empty tin .

Jack O Lantern Punched Tin Candle Holders — Moms Need To Know ™

Jack O Lantern Punched Tin Candle Holders

DIY: Pumpkin Lantern Tutorial for Candle Impressions votives- made from a coffee can. *If the can is thin, fill with water & freeze, then drill your holes (this way the can won't cave in). Then drain & dry to keep it from rusting.

These Halloween Thumbprint Cookies from A Family Feast will satisfy even the biggest holiday sweet tooth! Sweet, buttery sugar cookies hold a dollop of colorful icing and festive sprinkles!

No one will be able to resist these Witches’ Fingers. Made using Publix Bakery pizza dough, they’re as delicious as they are fun. Make them part of your Halloween spread, and watch as they lure in guest after guest. Visit us and get easy-to-follow instructions for this and more fun Halloween crafts and recipes. Many of the supplies and ingredients are available at your neighborhood Publix.

No one will be able to resist these Witches’ Fingers. Made using Publix Bakery pizza dough, they’re as delicious as they are fun. Make them part of your Halloween spread, and watch as they lure in guest after guest. Visit us and get easy-to-follow instructions for this and more fun Halloween crafts and recipes. Many of the supplies and ingredients are available at your neighborhood Publix.

Hilarious Skeleton Decorations For Your Yard on Halloween - Kid Friendly Things To Do .com | Kid Friendly Things to Do.com - Crafts, Recipes, Fun Foods, Party Ideas, DIY, Home & Garden

Hilarious Skeleton Decorations For Your Yard on Halloween

Spider-Filled Front Yard: Secure a skeleton to the ground with rebar; use monofilament to pose the arms. Create a swarm of spiders with inexpensive plastic foam balls and chenille stems; secure to the ground with wired florist's picks.

Chocolate Covered Pumpkin Pretzels

16 Amazing Halloween Treats to Make

Creative Party Ideas by Cheryl: Chocolate Covered Pretzel Pumpkins (you could also cover the pretzels in white chocolate dyed with food coloring)

party popcorn!

Monster Munch – Candy Popcorn Halloween monster popcorn munch - so easy to make and great for parties or movie nights!

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