Halloween Decorations DIY. You don’t have to spend heaps of money to have the spookiest front stoop. Check out these seven sinister and spooky Halloween decorations you can make with supplies from the dollar store:   Casper candles
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What you’ll need: white candles, black sharpie Details and instructions.    Specimen jars
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Photo Source: realhousemoms.com

What you’ll need: containers, plastic critters of your choosing, battery operated tea lights Details and instructions.    Monster or count Dracula candy pot
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Photo Source: savvychichome.blogspot.ca

What you’ll need: terracotta flower pots, paint   Spooky eyes
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Photo Source: kitchenfunwithmy3sons.com

What you’ll need: foam spheres or plastic pumpkins, spray and regular paint, aluminum foil, jar lid to use as a stencil Details and instructions.   Wine goblet candle holders: Frankenstein, mummies, witches or ghosts
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What you’ll need: wine glasses, tea lights, glitter paint or regular paint, felt, craft foam, sharpie Details and instructions.   Crash landing witch
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Photo Source: eastcoastmommyblog.blogspot.ca

What you’ll need: Crazy socks, pool noodles, decorative witch shoe or an old pair of shoes Details and instructions.   Hanging body bag
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What you’ll need: garbage bags, string or twine, newspaper Halloween Decorations DIY Details and instructions.  For more unique items for your home, click shopCHT.com.  For more great ideas, click here.  
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