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Hipster Pumpkin Stencils

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3-Layer Candy Corn Drink: Perfect for Halloween!

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Lazy Girl's Halloween Cupcakes

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How to Make Popcorn Balls

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Eyeball Treat Holders for Halloween

Use these eyeball candy holders as party favors or giveaways on trick-or-treat night.

What You'll Need

  • Circle cutters: 2- and 3-inch-diameter circles
  • Two 12-inch square pieces of thin cardboard
  • Newspapers
  • Clear plastic, pull-apart ornaments
  • Spray paint: white, green, black

How to Make It

  1. Use the circle cutter to cut a 2-inch-diameter circle in the center of a cardboard square and a 3-inch circle in the center of the second cardboard square. Remove the circles (you'll use the squares as stencils).
  2. In a well-ventilated work area, cover the work surface with newspapers. Pull the ornament apart and spray-paint the outside of each half white; let dry.
  3. On the outside of one half of the ornament, place the 3-inch cardboard circle stencil over the rounded center. Spray-paint the visible ornament circle green; let dry.
  4. Lightly mist the outside of the green circle with black paint; let dry. Remove the 3-inch circle stencil.
  5. Center the 2-inch circle pattern on the green circle. Spray-paint the visible ornament circle black; let dry. Remove the 2-inch circle stencil.
  6. Fill the ornament with Halloween candy and press the halves together.

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