Good day, my dear friends and readers!
Today is the last day of August, which means Autumn starts tomorrow. Here are some great ideas for centerpieces with pumpkins:
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Clean and dry empty cans. Use pliers to press down any stray pieces of metal around the can’s inside rim, then cover the outside of the can with a coat of black spray paint. Read the rest of this entry
Give Halloween passersby a fright with larger-than-life black spiders that hang from your porch. To create the spider, spray-paint a large and a small plastic foam ball black; let dry. Read the rest of this entry
This easy-to-make Halloween decoration looks like a wayward witch landed headfirst in a moss-filled urn. Read the rest of this entry
This overflowing cauldron is full of spooky potion ingredients, including spiders, rats, eyeballs, and bat wings. Fill two plastic cauldrons (found at Halloween stores) with spray-foam insulation; let dry. Use spray paint to add a yellow-green tint to the dried insulation. Tip one cauldron on its side and adorn with creepy-crawly items.
Light up your front stairs for Halloween with white paper lanterns adorned with black spider and letter stickers. Gather several lunch-size white paper bags and add various sticker embellishments, from spiders and decorative trim to spooky messages like “beware” and “eek.” Fill each bag with one to two inches of sand to weigh it down; nestle a votive candle into the center and light when you’re ready to use. Add a few pumpkins to the light display for pops of color.