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40 Easy And Affordable DIY Halloween Decorations For Your Home

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Peak a boo! It is that term of the year again when spook is made fun and exciting. Kids will have an excuse to gather a collection of sweets. Adults will laugh at the fun and excitement of pranking and scaring someone, but they too still enjoy trick or treating.
While some have the luxury to get extra special and make use of the pumpkins as decors, some have alternative and creative do-it-yourself ideas to make Halloween decors not scary for the pockets. Here, we gathered some ideas you might want to try for yourself. Have a spooky fun-filled Halloween!

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1). CASPER THE CANDY HOLDER

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Get your treats prepared by setting up a table near the door with an effort to make it extra special. With just a white cloth, a marker or a black construction paper (or use red), you can recreate this friendly ghost to greet your little friends in their trick-or-treat activity.
2). RECYCLED MONSTERS

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Are you a recycle junkie? Then here’s a simple, fun and economical idea for you. Recycle those plastic cups used in parties and give them a new look by just using marker pens. To make them glow, put inside LED tealight candles. And viola! Your own luminaries made of cups.

3). MONSTER SPIDERS ATTACK

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And if you don’t like being too fancy but still want a dash of that Halloween feel, you can try this subtle decor. With just the use of black balloons and black crepe papers, you can now create gigantic spiders lurking at the corners of your house.

4). SPIDERS LIGHTERS

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Take a trip to your nearest craft stores and buy those little icky toy spiders and glow sticks. Make use of your mason jars and cotton balls. You can now recreate this luminary that can be used as a table centerpiece for kids’ Halloween parties.

5). SPIDER WEBS

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You don’t have to look further for materials to recreate these spider webs that you can either hang on the ceilings or glue on the walls in any way you want. The web is made of hair bobby pins, twines, flat metal washer, white paint and of course, toy spiders.

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