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DIY Tomato Cage Ghosts.

DIY Tomato Cage Ghosts.

DIY Halloween Crystal Ball Candlesticks.

DIY Halloween Crystal Ball Candlesticks.

Glowing Halloween Decorations - easy, inexpensive & super FUN! All you need are a few ping pong balls, tea light candles & a sharpie! Easy peasy!:

Glowing Halloween Decorations - easy, inexpensive & super FUN! All you need are a few ping pong balls, tea light candles & a sharpie! Easy peasy!:

I would love to make this for my door. It seems simple. Maybe add some orange glitter stripes to it?

I would love to make this for my door. It seems simple. Maybe add some orange glitter stripes to it?

Marshmallow + Apple Vampire Teeth | Click Pic for 21 DIY Halloween Crafts for Kids to Make | DIY Halloween Crafts for School Parties

Marshmallow + Apple Vampire Teeth | Click Pic for 21 DIY Halloween Crafts for Kids to Make | DIY Halloween Crafts for School Parties

DIY Bat Corner Bookmarks - Halloween Crafts - Easy Peasy and Fun

DIY Bat Corner Bookmarks - Halloween Crafts - Easy Peasy and Fun

Oh, what a web we weave when making these for Halloween! Paint three craft sticks silver and let them dry. Glue them together at the center, forming an asterisk shape. Tie one end of a length of yarn (we used about 2 yards for one web) to the center of the sticks. Wrap it around the other spokes, then move outward, wrapping the sticks as shown. Tie off the yarn and add a plastic spider.

Oh, what a web we weave when making these for Halloween! Paint three craft sticks silver and let them dry. Glue them together at the center, forming an asterisk shape. Tie one end of a length of yarn (we used about 2 yards for one web) to the center of the sticks. Wrap it around the other spokes, then move outward, wrapping the sticks as shown. Tie off the yarn and add a plastic spider.