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If you're like us, most occasions 'creep' up out of nowhere. It's as though one minute you're commenting, "ohhh that would be such an awesome Halloween costume this year," and the next moment you're scrambling to figure out what you can create with the store leftovers.
There's nothing funny about this.
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Your kids can help make these, too!
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Your home can look both spooky and stylish.
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Condo and apartment dwellers, take note!
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