Scary Halloween decorations for outside include glowing eyes in the bushes and a hanging ghost made of packing tape. For the glowing eyes, cut two eye shapes out of a paper-towel roll. Insert a glow stick into the roll, ... More »

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Scary movies range from the psychological, such as "Psycho" and "You're Next," to the gore-filled, including "Cannibal Holocaust," "Saw" and "The Last House on the Left." Other sub-genres, such as killer, monster and par... More »

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A scary legend associated with Halloween revolves around the jack-o-lantern. The custom of making jack-o-lanterns on Halloween lies in the Irish legend of Stingy Jack, who tricked the Devil numerous times, eventually lea... More »

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To make a ghost decoration, cover a yardstick and Styrofoam ball frame with cheesecloth, then spray the head and hands with liquid starch. Allow that to dry, and glue on felt eyes and a mouth. When completed, remove the ... More »

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Unique ideas for Halloween decorations are available online from home decor resources such as GoodHousekeeping.com, HGTV.com and ApartmentTherapy.com. Additionally, DIYNetwork.com features creative do-it-yourself Hallowe... More »

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Homemade Halloween decorations include making vampire napkin rings, scary "boo" bottles and coasters with cobwebs. It is also easy to turn any door into a mummy by taping it with white streamers and adding two eyes for t... More »

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Easy-to-make outdoor Halloween decorations include milk carton ghost lanterns, ghostly wreaths, toilet paper and glow stick glowing eyes, monster door decorations and floating ghosts made from cheesecloth and mannequin h... More »

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