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  • Casey Lock

    Craft Ideas Halloween Door Decorating on Mummy Door Welcome Halloween Decorations Tip Junkie

  • Roz Kravitz

    DIY:: Mummy Door ~ Your front door can be magically mummified using good ole fashioned crepe paper streamers. This might just be the easiest and cheapest DIY ever... 4 rolls cost a whopping 0.68. White printer paper and black construction paper are all you need. How To @: http://honeyandfitz.com/2011/10/27/diy-halloween-front-door-mummy/

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Ideas, Halloween Decor, Crepes Paper, Doors Decor, Front Doors, Mummy Doors, Halloween Doors, Crepe Paper, Construction Paper

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