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"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?

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

I used a glass canister (with a lid) and left off the flowers. For Christmas I changed to Peeps snowmen and Christmas trees and Christmas M & M's. (I put a plastic cup in the center of the canister to hold the Peeps in place. I filled the cup with seasonal candies...candy corn or M & M's.)

I could be marked as outside, but I have to make it, so it is a fun craft that will take me till Halloween to make.

ok, I know this is a Halloween wreath, but picture it with a red, green, and lime green theme, with polkadot ribbons, and matching ornaments w polkadots or swirls...maybe someone would want to make this as their baby gift, and it could go on their front door?! Maybe there is a way to add some baby items to give it a baby feel?

Cute!!! tutu ghost (but I think I'd have to put straps on it & a white long sleeve. )

our germs are scary printable inside the soap bottle. too cute!!! love them. :)

Trick or treat smell my feet - footprint witch- no directions for the plate but idea is kind of self explanatory - too cute!

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Could use for other holidays or sayings like Faith, Hope, Love My note ** this would be cute in several ways, 1 if I ever get my awesome back yard cute! 2 some cute display with my kids' names! 3 holiday get together tables... Just to start.