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Halloween is the perfect excuse to get crafty and decorate your home in DIY style. With this collection of 7 homemade Halloween decorations, anyone can create a festive home without spending a bundle on store-bought Halloween decorations. Find ghosts, pumpkins, decorated candy dishes and more Halloween craft projects in Homemade Halloween Decorations: Blogger Edition 2010.

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Haunted Ghost Globes (pg. 11) - Use inexpensive materials from around the house to create Haunted Ghost Globes featuring floating ghosts and glitter. This clever Halloween craft project by Cristin Frank up cycles glass jars and white plastic bags to create homemade Halloween decorations.

Trick or Treat Candy Pot (pg. 13) - Paint your own terra cotta flower pot with pumpkins and spiders to serve candy to trick-or-treaters this Halloween. This colorful Halloween craft project will delight your visitors.

Bloody Pillar Candle and Bowl (pg. 18) - Make a pair of homemade Halloween decorations with this easy and thrifty Halloween craft project from Vicki O'Dell. Use candle wax and hot glue to create the appearance of spooky, dripping blood.

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