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Batman and his girlfriend, the two pumpkins pictured, have what it takes to set the tone for a fun Halloween party: A little mystery, thanks to a pair of store-bought black masks. Other ways to spook up your pumpkins...

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Dancing Skelly 

Three pumpkins, joined together totem style, form this Halloween character who appears to kick up his heels on the front lawn. Use rebar stakes to secure the pumpkins to each other and to the ground.

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Frankensquash

A green pumpkin with black painted hair and pumpkin stems embellishing his jaws looms out of the darkness on this tabletop.  

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Creep crawlies meet glam

If spiders give you the creeps, even rubber ones like these, glam them up by sprinkling them with foil-star stickers from the stationary store.

 

 

 

 


 

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