Pinner said  I used surgical gloves.  You can find them at Walgreens, Walmart, Rite-Aid.  For the fingers I used Smarties.  Then I filled them rest of the way with mini Hershey candy bars and mini Reeses peanut butter cups, and Hershey Kisses.  I had to add a little ring.  Once filled, I just tied them with craft ribbon.  Easy peasy.

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Tomato cages upside down wrapped in Christmas lights and then covered in cloth - Lowe's Creative Ideas

Halloween Yard Ghosts - Tomato cages upside down wrapped in Christmas lights and then covered in cloth - Lowe's Creative Ideas

Do your plastic pumpkins look really, really fake? All you need is some antiquing gel, also called antiquing paint from the acrylic paint section. My standby is "burnt umber". Pour some of the burnt umber paint onto a paper plate. Add a little water and mix. Next, using a brush, add your paint to a small section of your pumpkin. Then take a dry paper towel and rub up and down your pumpkin gently

Making Your plastic pumpkins look real!

Making plastic pumpkins look more real: Use Burnt Umber paint. Water the paint down just a little, and brush onto your pumpkin. Then take a damp rag or paper towel and gently wipe up and down your pumpkin.

(Freebie) Did you get a set of our Halloween Lunchbox Notes yet? The Kids love them!

Excited for this. The kids love notes in their lunches, and I love that they have a gentle reminder that I am thinking of them during the day! FREEBIE 24 Halloween Lunchbox Notes + 12 New Everyday Notes Are Available

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