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"Name Skeletons"  If I teach 5th grade, I'm doing this!  Look closely:  students folded white paper in half, wrote their names in cursive, and cut out around their names - this formed the body.  They added the head, arms, and legs then mounted their "name skeletons" on black construction paper!

Name Skeletons: fold white paper in half, write name in cursive and cut out to form skeleton's body. Mount on black construction paper and add head, arms, and legs. What a fun idea to do with kids!

These are a great idea for a non-traditional halloween decoration. I am a big fan of non-traditional decor!

9 Eye-Catching Homemade Halloween Art Projects

Raven Silhouettes Ordinary glass vases masquerade as fancy display cases when raven silhouettes nest inside. Get the instructions here.

A twig and bat wreath itself is eye-catching, but throw in a few skulls and witches, and you've got yourself a winning combo.

Pin for Later: 21 Real Halloween Decorating Ideas to Copy A twig and bat wreath itself is eye-catching, but throw in a few skulls and witches, and you've got yourself a winning combo.

30 Monster Doors and Monster Wreaths to Greet Trick-or-Treaters

30 Monster Doors and Monster Wreaths to Greet Trick-or-Treaters

Create some goofy curb appeal with a mischievous monster door. Use poster board, plastic plates, and painter's tape to craft his face.

The experts at DIYNetwork.com show you how to make spooky Halloween silhouettes for your window decorations.

How to Make Halloween Window Silhouettes

Window Silhouettes: This is more of an indoor/outdoor decoration. Cut out popular Halloween shapes in black paper and adhere them to your windows. When the indoor lights are lit, the shapes will come to life.

Mod Vintage Life: Halloween Fireplace Mantel

I'm a fiend for Halloween, so for the month of October, Mod Vintage Life has been transformed into Mad Vintage Life.

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