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Carved Halloween PumpkinsA well-carved pumpkin makes for a fantastic Halloween decoration. You'll want to carve a Jack-o-Lantern for the front porch area, where trick-or-treaters are sure to see it - but you can also carve additional pumpkins and place them throughout your home. You don't have to be an expert carver to make a great, carved pumpkin: Use Halloween pumpkin carving templates to guide you and you can't go wrong!
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Giant Hairy SpidersHere's a fun and easy Halloween decorating idea that really doesn't involve a lot of actual labor: Make giant, hairy spiders using large, disk-shaped magnets and black pom-poms for the body, and bumpy pipe cleaners for the legs. All you really need to put everything together is some good tacky glue. Allow about two hours for the glue to dry before you start putting the spiders out in frightening spots.
If this seems like too much work, never fear: You can always just buy a monster hairy spider decoration (you have a ton of choices!).
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Black CrowsAdd some black crows to the bare branches around your house, to give visitors a chill when they drop by. You can find good-sized, plastic, feathered ravens or crows at many Halloween stores, both brick-and-mortar and online (some might even have light-up eyes!).
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Halloween Spider WebsSpider webs are a great way to decorate for Halloween quickly. You can purchase ready-made, spooky Halloween spider webs or you can make your own. Obviously the store-bought spider webs are faster and much, much easier! Hang the cobwebs inside and out: toss them over staircase banisters, over fireplace mantels and hang them from light figures indoors, or hang them from trees and off of porch railings outside. Add some plastic spiders and/or bats to the cobwebs for added effect!
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Spiderweb DoormatHere's a cute and easy DIY idea. Take a round doormat (or cut a 3x4 rectangular one into a circular shape with a 36 inch diameter.) Draw your best spiderweb design with chalk on the mat, cut a clothesline to fit on top of your pattern and use heavy duty glue to attach the pieces together. Now that's crafty!
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Halloween Goblet CenterpieceNeed some inspiration for your Halloween holiday table? You can put together a really cool-looking Halloween centerpiece pretty easily. For a gothic Halloween look, assemble a bunch of goblets and use tea lights to add some nice lighting. If you don't have a lot of black goblets lying around, you can grab some cheap, thrift-store glasses and spray paint them, or you can purchase some gothic-looking goblets online. Add a gothic candelabra to the table and you've got a fantastic setup!
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Halloween TombstonesNothing says super creepy like having your own graveyard, right? Adding some tombstones to the front yard, near the walkway or curb (where guests or passers-by will be able to get a good look), is a great way to decorate for Halloween. You can make your own foam tombstones (personalizing them!) or you can purchase ready-made tombstones to save time. Some tombstones might even be glow-in-the-dark and many have lights to make sure everyone sees them.
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Pumpkin Candy DishSure, you can purchase pumpkin candy dishes to use for Halloween decorating, but why not make one of your own? If you're already planning on doing a little pumpkin carving this Halloween, just grab an extra pumpkin. Make sure it's very deep and wide, then hollow it out (you know, take out the innards). Clean the pumpkin well, place a bowl inside and fill it with candy corns and other Halloween treats. You can also fill the bowl with a great Halloween-themed dip and use it as a focal point for your Halloween party table spread.
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