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Three weeks ago, I shared ideas for outdoor Halloween decorations. With just a month till the big day, it’s time to move it inside.  I’ve gathered 4 spooktacular projects to get you started, and best of all these are projects you can knock out this weekend.

Get the kids to help create these cute mini bat pumpkins: Mini Bat Pumpkins

Whip up a spider web pillow:How to Make a Spider Web Pillow

Antique a thrift store mirror for a ghostly update:  Ghostly Antiqued Mirror

 Give your dining room chairs a “neglected-over-time” look with these easy-sew phantom slipcovers: Easy-Sew Ghostly Chair Slipcover

For more Halloween inspiration, how-to projects, devilishly delightful cocktail recipes, (free!) pumpkin-carving templates and more, check out our spooktacular Halloween feature. Then, tell us in the comments below, how do you decorate your home for Halloween?

15 Responses

  1. Carla says:

    Love the haunted black mirror.

  2. Tina Murdock says:

    Bat pumpkins are adorable too.

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  4. pixelecho69 says:

    What a great idea love the black mirror.

  5. Florence J . says:

    There's something very appealing about the picture with the chair. Also like how the chalkboard looks in that same pictture.

  6. Emma says:

    Omg I love that haunted chair im going to use that for
    This Halloween
    This year 2012

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  8. Linzie says:

    I LOVE ALL OF IT :p <3

H. Camille SmithCamille is a managing editor for HGTV.com, fine artist and antique furniture devotee. As a former interior designer and Nickelodeon animator, she has a real passion for balanced, beautiful interiors...


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