Scare Up Some Fun with an Easy DIY Pumpkin Planter

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One of my favorite things about fall are fall flowers, especially mums! This weekend I bought some mums for our porch and decided to use our trick or treat pumpkins as planters. It was very fun to do and super cute! It also makes the pumpkins look like they are sporting a little hair
All you need are:
Trick or Treat Pumpkins
Mums
Soil
A drill or a nail and hammer
Once you have your trick or treat pumpkin drill or nail four to five holes in the bottom. Place your flowers in your pumpkin planter and fill with soil. I made each pumpkin for under $5 with under an hour’s worth of work!
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-Viola
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Make Your Home Frightfully Fun with some Monster Door Decor

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For those that may not know, Halloween is one of my favorite Holidays. Right up there with Thanksgiving and Christmas. And there is nothing I love more than Halloween decor! I kind’ve obsess over it and make it a personal goal to go bigger and better every year. This year I wanted to do something slightly spooky but in more of a fun way. So I came up with a Halloween Monster Face printable that is perfect for your front door and windows. This printable is free to download and is very easy to assemble.  Be sure to take pictures of your frightfully fantastic door decor and tag us in it @lovelyhomeparty!

Happy Haunting!!

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Directions:

To create the monster face you will need to print off, 1 left green eye brow, 1 right green eye brow, 1 left monster eye, 1 right monster eye, 1 monster nose, and 2-3 copies of monster teeth, depending on how may you would like. To learn how to string the teeth together check out this post.

To create the monster eyes in the windows just print of 2 copies of “left monster eye” and two copies of “right monster eye.” Or you can mix it up, its really up to you.