How to make a Halloween candy jar made out of a terra cotta pot, saucer, a glass…

How to make a Halloween candy jar made out of a terra cotta pot, saucer, a glass bowl and wooden knob. Perfect for decorating and displaying your favorite Halloween treats! MIchaelsMakers A Pumpkin A (Funny Halloween Decorao)

Everything here comes in our One-Click Designer Halloween Candy Buffet Kit--even the scoops and bowls! Imagine how great it would look spread out at this year's Halloween party. http://www.candywarehouse.com/products/halloween-candy-buffet-kit-25-to-50-guests/

Designer Halloween Candy Buffet Kit: 25 to 50 Guests

Halloween is almost here! Make this adorable 6+ foot tall "Plank Frank" to have by your door as you greet the trick-or-treaters. He holds a candy bowl and will make Halloween that much more fun. With Gizmoplans full-sized trace and cut woodcraft patterns, you can DIY!

Make this adorable foot tall "Plank Frank" to have by your door as you greet the trick-or-treaters. He holds a candy bowl and will make Halloween that much more fun. With Gizmoplans full-sized trace and cut woodcraft patterns, you can DIY!

These will be perfect for holding candies and then you can eat them afterwards. Super easy to make!

Edible Pumpkin Candy Chocolate Cups for Halloween

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Combine your Halloween décor and candy bowl into one! Get the message across with alphabet stencils and craft paint from Martha Stewart Crafts.

Halloween Candy Bowl Pumpkin

Delicious Candy Bar Trifle layered with brownie chunks, chocolate cream and candy. A great dessert to use with all that leftover Halloween candy!

This delicious recipe for dessert made with nutella will delight you, they are a delight for all your senses, best of all is that you can prepare it in an [.

This would be funny to have as a prop all season and then actually put a person there on Halloween to jump out but only on the adults. That would just be mean to do to the kids

Creepy Halloween Decor

HOMEWARDfound Decor: That's Scary, Baby! It's simply baby doll heads, painted in ghostly gray tones, swathed in gauze or netting, and then plopped into glass canister jars.

Dollar Tree Halloween Candy Jars fill with sprinkles and wick! What a treat! www.pinkzebrahome.com/samanthaheilig

These will look great on the bar or dining room table in your model.DIY Halloween Candy Vases - Dollar Store vases, candle stick holders, glue and black vinyl.

5 steps to spooky and stylish Halloween decor - thestar.com

5 steps to spooky and stylish Halloween decor

halloween candy display" crow's bones (yogurt or chocolate covered pretzel twists), jaw breakers, pumpkin teeth (candy corn), frog's eyes (green sugared candies)

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Pumpkin Food: A spooky compilation of prose and poetry, perfect for Halloween and seasonal scary stories.

DIY Peppermint Candy Bowl - The perfect and easiest DIY Christmas Gift

Peppermints are quintessentially Christmas. The uses are endless, and these peppermint ideas will have your treats and crafts looking oh-so cool.

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