Burlap Gift Bags Set of FOUR Shabby Chic Christmas door FourRDesigns

Burlap Gift Bags Set of FOUR Shabby Chic Christmas door FourRDesigns

DIY Halloween Flags

DIY Halloween Flags

Halloween Pumpkins painted on old Barn Wood with hidden surprises

Halloween Pumpkins painted on old Barn Wood with hidden surprises

Trick of Treat Halloween Mesh Burlap Swag by southernchicbyle

Trick of Treat Halloween Mesh Burlap Swag by southernchicbyle

Halloween mask prop - Use this idea to make a Cassandra frame and dress up like one of her moisturizers.

Halloween mask prop - Use this idea to make a Cassandra frame and dress up like one of her moisturizers.

Foam skull, tubing, cheese cloth or jute, monster mud.

Foam skull, tubing, cheese cloth or jute, monster mud.

Deco Mesh Pumpkin - Video and Written Tutorial at Trendy Tree!  #TrendyTree

Deco Mesh Pumpkin Tutorial

Deco Mesh Pumpkin - Video and Written Tutorial at Trendy Tree! #TrendyTree

DIY creepy Halloween skull - cheap plastic or foam skull + burlap glued over it + staples and twine across mouth + twine over eye sockets + paint to make it look grungy - genius!  This link is to 2nd page in this post - go to 1st page to see some basic steps - this is more of a general how-to than a detailed tutorial

DIY creepy Halloween skull - cheap plastic or foam skull + burlap glued over it + staples and twine across mouth + twine over eye sockets + paint to make it look grungy - genius! This link is to 2nd page in this post - go to 1st page to see some basic steps - this is more of a general how-to than a detailed tutorial

Jute Halloween Shy Pumpkin/Jack-O-Lantern Wreath by dottiedot05

Jute Halloween Shy Pumpkin/Jack-O-Lantern Wreath, Halloween Wreath, Pumpin Wreath

Jute Halloween Shy Pumpkin/Jack-O-Lantern Wreath by dottiedot05

Burlap or jute netting would be a cheap alternative. Check out RAWR'S thread on Hauntforum and click on the pictures he has on photobucket http://www.hauntforum.com/showthread.php?t=19770. This is from his 2009 haunt. :He told me to just cut the burlap into strips and then dye the strips with various colors of RIT. Then you slip the strips onto pvc, wood, or rope across your ceiling and it would hang in the path of the visitors. After that you could probably run a large roll

Burlap or jute netting would be a cheap alternative. Check out RAWR'S thread on Hauntforum and click on the pictures he has on photobucket http://www.hauntforum.com/showthread.php?t=19770. This is from his 2009 haunt. :He told me to just cut the burlap into strips and then dye the strips with various colors of RIT. Then you slip the strips onto pvc, wood, or rope across your ceiling and it would hang in the path of the visitors. After that you could probably run a large roll

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