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  1. For a temporary update, pin on a collection of brooches. Or create a lasting design using a rubber stamp and ink pad. Just choose an ink color that is deep enough to show up clearly on the shade, and stamp against a firm surface.
  2. Dress up windows with easy-to-make curtains. Sew multiple pairs of ribbons to one end of a twin-size flat sheet; use the ribbons to tie each panel to the curtain rod. Add beauty to any room with flowers from the garden. Now's the time to plant varieties that will make nice bouquets.
  3. Install inexpensive photo ledges on which to create interesting displays. Here, vintage mirrors and dishes lend the room a touch of granny chic. Save money by making―not buying―billowy fabric shades. They require minimal sewing skills, and the effect is ultra-feminine.
  4. Unify mismatched pieces of furniture by coating them all in white paint. Layer a variety of quilts, blankets and throws for a bed that's irresistibly inviting. Make a quilt or pillows out of vintage fabrics. It's a great way to repurpose used fabric from dresses, tablecloths or faded curtains.
  5. Use vintage finds to make your kitchen homey. Paint old wooden chairs―or new, inexpensive, unfinished ones―in an array of pretty hues. Cover the table with an easy-to-clean oilcloth. Add a pleasing design to glass with an etching kit.
  6. Brighten a room with the fresh, airy look of a garden.Paint the walls a light color (soft green works especially well), and hang art―like these paintings of flowers―that carries out the theme. Decorate with live plants and pull in unexpected items, such as a galvanized washtub that doubles as a planter. Choose an outdoor rug or one made of natural materials such as sisal or jute.
  7. Decorate a vase and fill it with boo-tiful blooms to create a perfectly creepy bouquet.See instructions: Create spooky Halloween crafts
  8. Turn your porch into a spooky sight with these creative and easy ideas.See these ideas: Halloween crafts: Scare up some fun
  9. Assemble a group of these simple-to-make lanterns and line them up to see a Halloween witch take flight.See these ideas: Make spooky lantern decorations 
  10. Use these budget-friendly ideas to transform your front door into a haunted masterpiece.See these ideas: Make your house the scariest on the block
  11.  Use these tips and tricks to celebrate Halloween without going over budget.See these ideas: Celebrate Halloween for less!
  12. Give new life to an old dollhouse by transforming it into a beastly building.See these ideas: Make a spooky haunted house
  13. Gross out trick-or-treaters with creepy crafts and eewww-inducing food from Matthew Mead, author of Matthew Mead’s Monster Book of Halloween.See these ideas: Haunt your own house for Halloween