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Trick-or-Treating Door DIY

This Easy Halloween DIY Will Be the Envy of Your Neighbors Come Trick-or-Treating

Image Source: Chelsea Cavanaugh / Martha Stewart Living
Whether your neighborhood gets competitive with the Halloween decorations or you're just looking to start a tradition of trick-or-treating fun, this scary-awesome DIY from Martha Stewart is for you. It looks spooktacular and makes for great fun, but only requires minimal time and money. Get the details below, then check out the October 2017 issue of Martha Stewart Living, out now.

Materials

  • Black craft paper (Pictured: Pacon ArtKraft paper roll, in black, $26, amazon.com)
  • Chalk
  • Tape
  • Scissors
  • Mummy tape or werewolf paw (Pictured: Zagone Studio men's wolf gloves, from $23, amazon.com)
  • Candy

Steps

  1. Chalk the details of a door on black craft paper and tape it to your real door's interior frame.
  2. Cut a hole in the middle that's just big enough to fit your arm (covered in mummy tape or a werewolf paw) through, and place candy below. It'll look like a mere prop — until it playfully slaps or grabs the fingers of anyone sneaking an extra treat.


Image Source: John Dolan / Martha Stewart Living

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