It looks pretty awesome!

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Look at how they Dance in the Wind!

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Since I was blessed with such a small porch, I try to use the "
fairy garden method" (I guess you could call it that) I have a few pots on my front porch that I have fairy gardens in, but I change what is inside them depending on what season it is.
My reasoning for doing it this way is me trying to cram as much as I can into a small corner and make it not look like just a pile of stuff I bought at the Dollar store. 

Your front porch is the first thing that people see when walking into your home. You have to make it great! 
Unfortunately for me I have a front porch that is very much lacking in size. I use the small space I have the best I can. I think it always look fantastic (altho I'd give my right arm for a wrap around porch) 

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Lets start in the Yard

Our cute Dancing Ghosts are Handmade, I simply cut a few squares from an old sheet, stuck a foam ball onto a chop stick from our favorite buffet, I put a dab of glue onto the top of the ball and placed the square over it, I then tied the ends together so they look like they are holding hands. I also drew cute different little faces on each of them. This is my ghosts 3rd Halloween, despite them being a little dirty they have held up very well over the years.

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I also used some cute little chain gates, glowing lanterns, and a few fake pumpkins from Dollar tree to make it feel a little more like a real grave yard.

I have another small table on my porch that I decorate. This bird cage like thing is something I bought at Goodwill, I treat it the same as my fairy garden area, I usually just change out what is inside it depending on what season it is. 

The Kitchen

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Every year we set up our grave yard in our front year and every yea it gets bigger and bigger! this year we got a new ghoul at Family Dollar for only $5! Many of our graves came from Dollar Tree, walmart and others from Party City.

Doesn't it look so beautiful all lit up!?

My kitchen is also unfortinuetly on the small side

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I bought this great Pumpkin at Goodwill, it has a candle hole in the back of it so I shoved some orange Christmas lights I bought at Dollar Tree into the back of it and plugged it in! 

I LOVE my wagon wheel! I try to decorate it differently every year for each season. I love the skeleton on it, kind of looks like he's riding it!

I used a few cute little Halloween town esque things I found at Dollar Tree. A little reaper and a mummy with trees, and a little bridge and gazebo made of bones.

I know you are probably wondering where I got those great dead bugs!
Family Dollar had them for only $1! I thought they were so cool!

I love to use these "creepy cloths" to help make everything look ...well... creepy. I got some at Family Dollar and some at Dollar Tree. Both were great, and were only $1 at each place.

The Front Porch

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The tin can ghosts were a really cute presence in our grave yard. I made these about 3 Halloweens ago and they have also held up very well over the years.