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halloweencrafts: “ DIY Halloween Witch Costume Tutorial from Delia Creates. Make a DIY Witch Costume that includes a DIY Spiderweb Cape and a DIY Hat. •  DIY Witch Hat Tutorial here. This is made from...

halloweencrafts: “ DIY Halloween Witch Costume Tutorial from Delia Creates. Make a DIY Witch Costume that includes a DIY Spiderweb Cape and a DIY Hat. • DIY Witch Hat Tutorial here. This is made from...

Yup, you can turn your LBD into a cute bat costume for Halloween in three steps

Yup, you can turn your LBD into a cute bat costume for Halloween in three steps

Halloweeño Jalapeño Popper Mummies | The Hopeless Houswife

Halloweeño Jalapeño Popper Mummies | The Hopeless Houswife

Cheesy #Halloween Breadstick Bones recipe via justataste.com

Cheesy #Halloween Breadstick Bones recipe via justataste.com

Mini Spider Pizzas | Recipe Runner | Spooky fun mini pizzas using delicious black olives! #CalOlivesHalloween #CleverGirls

Mini Spider Pizzas | Recipe Runner | Spooky fun mini pizzas using delicious black olives! #CalOlivesHalloween #CleverGirls

What To Plant When Chart Yes.

What To Plant When Chart Yes.

16th Century Cook working with raised hearth and built in oven

16th Century Cook working with raised hearth and built in oven

This lovely, delicious, and super easy salad will grace our holiday buffet tomorrow. My husband has requested a German Christmas, and this salad will give our German spread some green. And by using...

This lovely, delicious, and super easy salad will grace our holiday buffet tomorrow. My husband has requested a German Christmas, and this salad will give our German spread some green. And by using...

There's still plenty of time to start these crops in most regions:      lettuce      kale      collards      spinach      radishes      turnips      arugula      cress      mustard greens      cilantro      sorrel  Folks further south are also still sowing carrots and beets.  Garlic and perennial onions are some of the easiest crops to add to your fall garden, and also some of the most productive per square foot!

There's still plenty of time to start these crops in most regions: lettuce kale collards spinach radishes turnips arugula cress mustard greens cilantro sorrel Folks further south are also still sowing carrots and beets. Garlic and perennial onions are some of the easiest crops to add to your fall garden, and also some of the most productive per square foot!

8 Lightning-Fast Vegetables For Your Fall Garden | Off The Grid News

8 Lightning-Fast Vegetables For Your Fall Garden | Off The Grid News