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Make an entrance memorably creepy, just in time for Halloween. Tools and Materials Black acrylic paint Vinyl snakes, orientaltrading.com Floral wire, 20-gauge, save-on-crafts.com Black water-based spray paint, in Shock Black by Montana Gold, dickblick.com 18-inch grapevine wreath, save-on-crafts.com Wriggling Snake Wreath How-To 1.
<img class="size-large wp-image-91057 alignnone" title="Window Monsters" src="http://www.wired.com/geekdad/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/DSCN1454-660x495.jpg" alt="Window Monsters" width="660" height="495" /> I love Halloween, but my wife and I rarely find ourselves with enough time and energy in late October to do much in the way of house decoration beyond carving pumpkins. So when I came across an idea on Reddit for an easy and inexpensive, yet really different and effective, way to decorate, my wife and I decided to go for it. It’s really just about as simple as you could hope for.
Welcome trick-or-treaters in hair-raising style by turning your front porch into a bat cave. Tools and Materials Hanging Bats Print our half-bat template ; then fold a piece of thick black paper down the middle, place the template on the fold, and trace. Cut out, and unfold.