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Lazy Girl's Halloween Cupcakes

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How to Make Popcorn Balls

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Make a Spooky Food Sign for Your Halloween Party

Use this handmade food sign to set the tone for your Halloween party.

What You Need:

  • Parchment-color paper
  • Matches or a brown inkpad
  • Rub-on die-cut letters
  • Crafts glue
  • Black drinking straw
  • Transparent tape

How to Make It:

  1. Tear the desired shape from parchment-color paper.
  2. Either burn the torn edges as shown, or rub the torn edges on a brown ink pad to simulate the look.
  3. Use a combination of rub-on and die-cut letters to spell the words you want.
  4. Adhere the rub-on letters following the manufacturer's instructions, and/or apply the die-cut letters to the parchment-look paper using crafts glue.
  5. Cut a 3-inch long piece of drinking straw; cut a 1and 1/2-inch-long slit in the piece.
  6. Slide the sign into the slit and secure at the back with tape.

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