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8 Spooktacularly Easy Last-Minute Halloween Decorations
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Halloween is only a couple of days away, but that's no reason to panic! Even if you haven't spent a minute making Halloween decorations, there's still plenty of time with these 8 Spooktacularly Easy Last-Minute Halloween Decoration Ideas:

1. Halloween Window Silhouettes

Chelsey Andrews of The Paper Mama blog shared her easy DIY horror-themed paper silhouettes that you can print out and hang on your windows. All you need are a printer, sheets of paper, clear tape, twine and about 30 minutes.

2. Milk Jug Ghosts

It doesn't get any easier than this: Milk jug "ghosts" made from empty gallon-sized plastic milk jugs with faces drawn with permanent markers. Drop in a few glow sticks or battery-operated flameless candles to add an eerie glow. Jamie, Jodie and Jennifer of eighteen25 has the step-by-step instructions.

(Top image: Family Fun Magazine - via Spoonful)

3. Soda Bottle Bell Jar

You don't have to spend hundreds of dollars to create your own collection of gruesome cabinet-of-curiosities specimen in bell jars - all you need are clear soda bottles and a few supplies. Marilyn J. Girling of Seeing Things That Aren't Really There blog has the step-by-step guide on how to make your own bell jar out of an empty soda bottle.

4. Mummy Door

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Lilyfield Warehouse by Virginia Kerridge
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Australian architect Virginia Kerridge takes an old brick industrial warehouse and turned it into a wonderful family home.

The warehouse, located in the Sydney, Australia, suburb of Lilyfield, was built in the 1900s. It had been used as a furniture warehouse and before that, a warehouse for the "Oh Boy Candy Company."

Kerridge preserved the original exposed brick wall as well as the old growth timber roof trusses, and opened one side of the house to create a central garden that's visible from most areas of the house. In addition of letting in the sunlight and affording the view of the skies from the kitchen, living room, and bedroom, the garden provides a safe space for the children to explore and play.

The Lilyfield Warehouse project won 2013 RAIA Interior Architecture Award, 2013 Australian Timber Design Award for Residential Best Innovation, as well as the 2013 Houses Award for Outdoor Award as well as Alterations and Additions over 200 sqm Award.

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