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Spookify your glassware this Halloween with these clever packing tape transfers. Check out the creepy spider and skull votive holders, above. – How About Orange

A front porch all decked out for Halloween. Kudos to blogger, Karla. Someone call Country Living: this effort belongs in a magazine spread! – It's the Little Things That Make a House a Home

Paper cutouts and googlie eyes make candy bars into super, yet super-simple, Halloween gifts. There's even a video tutorial that shows you how. – Kerry's Paper Crafting Blog (via U Create)

Whoo-whoo! Make this haunted Halloween house from old newspapers, old milk cartons and spooky cutouts. – ohdeedoh/Apartment Therapy

Just one more fab Halloween link: enter the Instructables DIY Halloween contest. The deadline is November 8. Gadgets, food, photography, whatever. If you can make it, you can enter it! – Instructables

Got a few minutes of down-time? Fancy yourself a whiz in the kitchen? Try this fun new quiz: "Guess the Bizarre Kitchen Gadgets." – Shelter Pop

Got a DIY kitchen project going on? There are iPod apps to help you out. Like this new app from DuPont that brings solid surfacing samples instantly to your hand. – Hooked On Houses

A pristine white bedroom is transformed with dark gray-green paint ... yet curiously the room looks more spacious than before. – re-nest/Apartment Therapy

Speaking of dramatic paint choices, Casa Sugar is running a slideshow of buildings sporting vibrant orange exteriors. It's not for everyone, but these really work! – Casa Sugar



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