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October 30, 2012

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Debra Quartermain

So cute and spooky! :)Adorable Alien!

A1 Laminators

Now I have a idea on how to decorate our office for Halloween. GTG!

By the way, Trick or Treat! :)

Laura Bray

Such a great decorating idea! I love how cute the house looks. It's all gore in our neighborhood. Maybe I should come and live in your sister's neighborhood!

Kathy Gledsdale

Love that front door

Kaari Järvi

Excellent design,well i use to be an designer of door in Helsinki Finland and most of the door i design are really look luxury and can be fit in Halloween occasion.

Jennifer

Will the duct tape remove the paint on the door or leave a residue? I'm worried about that.

funny flash games

that door is just brilliant! i bet your family loves it :)
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טיפים לאיפור

Happy Halloween day! I love this day because there are so many people celebrate it different way.

Tanya

Do you know the name of the paint color of her door? I have been wanting to paint my door green and I have been looking at paint chips but can't decide. Thanks,

Laura Bray

Cute ideas. I always wait until the last minute to decorate for Halloween, so these are perfect for me.

juliette crane

so cute to see! so many good ideas! thanks for the inspiration :)

-juliette

Melony Bradley

Coraly

We used a combination of Elmers foam core board and plain craft foam for the face. For the hair, i used an x acto knife to cut a foam core sheet into triangles and painted it black. Because the kids go in and out of the door so much, We had to nail that part to the top of the door. I traced dinner and desert plates onto craft foam and cut that out with with scissors. I used craft foam for the mouth, teeth and spider. We just used duck tape to put those parts on. It seems to hold up to the moisture when it rains and does not tear the paint off the door when removed. Hope this helps!

Coraly

I love your door decoration. I want to imitate it. What materials did you use for the monster and how did you get it to stick?

Andrea

Such a great door! I have a green door and want to copy, but am wondering how you got the paper to stick to your door? I tried tape and that just slipped right off. Any suggestions?
andrearasband at yahoo dot com

Maryellen

Saw the front door on pintrest and we're doing it this morning. Imitation = flattery :>

Thanks!

PS - My nickname is Mel!

Alexis @ we like to learn as we go

I absolutely love your Frankenstein door! So cute! Saw you over at Keeping it Simple.

Jill

What a fantastic door - love all of your great Halloween ideas/makes.

Jill

jamie

that door is just brilliant! i bet your family loves it :)

Daneilia

I just love the door!

Ticia

My boys say we really need those ghosts.

Lisa @celebrate CREATIVITY

These are totally adorable ideas. Love the door color and the "Frankie" decor is perfect. The little alien is ador

able and fits right in. Nice post and your blog is a pleasure to browse.

niki meiners

Oh, my goodness!!!! I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!

Abby

Totally adorable!! :)

Kerry - Kid Giddy

so cute - love the door effect!!! my house is green and my door is blue! now I"ll really have to get creative! -k

megpiedesigns

Cute! LOVE the green door!!!

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