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It's almost FALL y'all!!The holiday madness is right around the corner!  I LOVE Fall...and everything PUMPKIN!  There's just something magical about this season!!  It makes me smile just thinking about it!I am super excited for the upc...

It's almost FALL y'all!!The holiday madness is right around the corner! I LOVE Fall...and everything PUMPKIN! There's just something magical about this season!! It makes me smile just thinking about it!I am super excited for the upc...

Do you have glass jars gathering dust in a cupboard? Looking for a crafty activity you can do with your toddler? Check these quick & easy Upcycled Lanterns for Halloween

Do you have glass jars gathering dust in a cupboard? Looking for a crafty activity you can do with your toddler? Check these quick & easy Upcycled Lanterns for Halloween

Eva Senín Pernas, the Spanish makeup artist and photographer has created some jaw-dropping designs using makeup on lips, and they're super-spooky Halloween-themed.  Check out some of her incredible creations, from the Batman logo to a witch's cat, evil pumpkins, ghost and ghouls. They're beautifully bewitching...

Eva Senín Pernas, the Spanish makeup artist and photographer has created some jaw-dropping designs using makeup on lips, and they're super-spooky Halloween-themed. Check out some of her incredible creations, from the Batman logo to a witch's cat, evil pumpkins, ghost and ghouls. They're beautifully bewitching...

Acorn & Oak Leaf Autumn Garland, DIY tutorial with links to crochet patterns used in project | Just Pootling

Acorn & Oak Leaf Autumn Garland, DIY tutorial with links to crochet patterns used in project | Just Pootling

Hollow out medium round pumpkin from the bottom. Carve half-circle mouth with a tooth, 2 half-circle eyes with pupils and triangle nose. For eyes, push in inner piece (don't remove). Then, etch away skin on pupils and tooth with linoleum cutter. Use awl to poke holes about 1½" apart across top and sides of pumpkin. Push lollipops (Orange Sassy Suckers, $25 for 100; candywarehouse.com) into holes to create hair.

Hollow out medium round pumpkin from the bottom. Carve half-circle mouth with a tooth, 2 half-circle eyes with pupils and triangle nose. For eyes, push in inner piece (don't remove). Then, etch away skin on pupils and tooth with linoleum cutter. Use awl to poke holes about 1½" apart across top and sides of pumpkin. Push lollipops (Orange Sassy Suckers, $25 for 100; candywarehouse.com) into holes to create hair.