Easy Halloween Decor

GHOST MIRROR

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  1. Buy a roll of Window cling (window covering paper)
  2. Cut out a ghostly shape
  3. Craw on eyes, mouth
  4. Cut out drawn objects
  5. Peel and stick onto mirror

POTION

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  1. Take any jar and fill with fake plants
  2. Add water filled to the top
  3. Add 3-5 drops of food colouring
  4. Drop in 1 or 2 glow sticks
  5. Add plastic eyes or any other spooky objects you like!

SPOOKY FAMILY PHOTOS

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  1. Print any family photos on your computer (black and white is best for spooky effect) onto paper
  2. Take a pin and poke holes through the eyes in the picture
  3. Pick up a set of tiny string lights from the dollar store and picture frames
  4. Remove the glass from the front of the frame
  5. Remove the back of the picture frame and tape the photo to the frame
  6. Poke the lights through the eye holes
  7. Tape the lights to the back
  8. Prop the photo on a stand or ledge (the back wont stay on the photos with the lights attached)

HANGING GLOWING SOCKS

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  1. Buy white pantyhose – reinforced toe is best
  2. Cut them at the leg so you just the foot and leg part
  3. Fill up a white balloon with water
  4. Drop a glowstick into the filled balloon
  5. Tie the balloon
  6. Drop into the cut party hose
  7. Hang the sock!

CLAY GHOST

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  1. Buy white clay and roll it out thin with rolling pin
  2. Place a bowl upside down and press down to create a circle shape
  3. Take the circle cut out and create a little ghost shape with your hands
  4. Use a stick to poke eye holes
  5. Pop into the oven at 350 for a few minutes, just to harden
  6. Remove, let cool and stick overtop of a battery operated tea light

GHOST FAMILY FENCE

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  1. Cut your fence board varying heights between 1 -2 ft
  2. Use a pencil to draw a swery ghost like trail for the head of the ghost and use a jigsaw to cut it out
  3. Use a spade but in a drill to poke out eyes and a mouth.
  4. If you don’t want the holes to be perfect circles use your jigsaw to make the holes a bit more elaborate and spooky
  5. If you have a sander you can sand the edges down and round them over a touch. I find doing this almost gives them a glowing effect
  6. Screw them all together from the back with a 2×4 at the bottom. This will help stand them up

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