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Quick-and-Easy Halloween Front Porch Update

A colony of creepy paper bats, faux ravens and urns filled with inexpensive natural elements will give your front porch an easy Halloween makeover.

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No Watering Required

Unlike mums or other live seasonal flowers, these arrangements flanking the front door will require no maintenance. Start with two plastic or fiberglass urns painted with a black satin spray paint made specifically for outdoor plastics. Fill urns with gravel and fill dirt. Gather branches that are two to three feet in length and have an interesting shape. Insert three to five branches in each urn, top with natural raffia or hay, then tuck mini orange and white pumpkins or gourds between the branches.

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