Halloween Enter and Exit Signs

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Halloween Enter and Exit Signs free project

Instructions on how to make black light ready Enter & Exit Signs for your Haunted House or Yard on Halloween. Combine them with old fence panels for a professional haunted look. Easy to build and easy to store away for the rest of the year. Visit HowToHalloween.

Halloween Headstone with Light Up Letters

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Halloween Headstone with Light Up Letters free project

Instructions on how to build a headstone/tombstone with letters that light up. A great way to fill dead spots in your haunted house or yard (no pun intended). Visit HowToHalloween.

How to build a plywood canoe

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How to build a plywood canoe.
You can build your son or daughter a plywood canoe in a weekend. The simplest canoes are made of just 3 pieces of plywood: the two sides, and the base. More complex shapes can be created, but these instructions are for a simple canoe.

Luggage Rack

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How to Make a Luggage Rack.
This handy folding luggage rack is perfect for your guest bedroom. It makes a statement to your guests that they are welcome in your home and helps make their stay more comfortable. This rack will support a large suitcase while providing easy access to your companys luggage. It is also handy for your own bedroom when packing and unpacking your traveling bags. In addition, you will find this luggage rack perfect as a stand for a breakfast tray.

Halloween Cemetery Fencing

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Halloween Cemetery Fencing free project

Well for 2002 I decided that Raven Manor should have a fancy gate and fence for two reasons. 1) To keep the trick or treaters from walking through the middle of the yard (all those cords and semi-fragile foam tombstones); and 2) it plain just looks good and helps create the whole cemetery scene.