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Yard spiders! Foam balls, pipe cleaner & secure to the ground with wire floral stakes

Spider-Filled Front Yard: Secure a skeleton to the ground with rebar; use monofilament to pose the arms. Create a swarm of spiders with inexpensive plastic foam balls and chenille stems; secure to the ground with wired florist's picks.

Make faux-mercury glass pumpkins with mirror spray paint

Spray Pumpkins from the dollar store with Krylon looking glass paint for a modern vintage look! No directions -- the link takes you to Pottery Barn. And there's looking-glass paint? Who knew?

Spider wreath

Sophisticated Swarm Wreath A hoard of creepy, crawly bugs are sure to spook any trick-or-treaters at your front door. To make, simply hot-glue plastic insects to the front and sides of a wreath form. Tie with a ribbon to hang.

Bcomplex Vit. Crushed up for uv active glow. One per gallon. Consumable. Party drinks!

Fast, easy and cheap! ~ Glowing liquid and you can drink it! (A little excited, can you tell?) Note: You need a black light behind the beverage container.

The Cheapest and Easiest Halloween Decorations EVER - these Jack O'Lantern pumpkin porch lights only cost $1 and take about 3 minutes to make!

The Cheapest & Easiest Halloween Decorations EVER - Jack O'Lantern Porch Lights

The Cheapest & Easiest Halloween Decorations EVER - Jack O'Lantern Porch Lights - Happiness is Homemade

Halloween Decor 2012 - East Coast Creative Blog Black felt and white cardstock

Frankenstein Front Door - East Coast Creative: Halloween Decor 2012 Definitely doing this! The kids will love it 😆