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  • Avry Byington

    This is so easy. Cut out any scary shapes on black cardboard, tape to window panes, cover with white tissue paper and light from behind. It's a great effect. #halloweendecorating

  • Sarah Jane

    haunted house: cut out shapes on black cardboard, tape to window panes, cover with green or red tissue paper and light from behind.

  • Kathy Bryson

    This is so easy. Cut out any scary shapes on black cardboard, tape to window panes, cover with yellow tissue paper and light from behind. It's a great effect. I believe this came from Martha Stewart Lliving a few years back.

  • Susan Freeman

    Halloween Idea: Cut out any scary shapes on black cardboard, tape to window panes, cover with yellow tissue paper and light from behind. It's a great effect.

  • Cindy

    Spooky Bird Silhouettes Halloween decorating: Cut out any scary shapes on black cardboard, tape to window panes, cover with yellow/green tissue paper and light from behind. It's a great effect!

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This is so easy. Cut out any scary shapes on black cardboard, tape to window panes, cover with green tissue paper and light from behind. Its a great effect.

This is so easy. Cut out any scary shapes on black cardboard, tape to window panes, cover with green tissue paper and light from behind. It's a great effect. SOOO doing this!

This is what the kids saw coming up my porch stairs.

Spider Welcome Sign The front-door welcome sign is "spun" with chalk on a crafts-store blackboard in a ready-made frame; sticking plastic spiders onto woodwork with weather-stripping tack prevents damage to the finish and allows for easy removal.

Ah Ha! Red tissue paper in all my windows this Halloween! I think I am onto something cool ... And my Halloween count down officially starts.

impossibly haunted houses, from Mr. Picasso's art room. could be MC Escher inspired