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Halloween At Home: Crafts with upcycled materials

  • COURTESY JOY SHIMABUKURO
                                Empty toilet paper rolls and paper towel rolls combined with black plastic garbage bags can be upcycled to create bat-like decorations.

    COURTESY JOY SHIMABUKURO

    Empty toilet paper rolls and paper towel rolls combined with black plastic garbage bags can be upcycled to create bat-like decorations.

  • COURTESY JOY SHIMABUKURO
                                Joy Shimabukuro came up with a clever idea for egg cartons, specifically the half-domed bottom sections.

    COURTESY JOY SHIMABUKURO

    Joy Shimabukuro came up with a clever idea for egg cartons, specifically the half-domed bottom sections.

  • COURTESY JOY SHIMABUKURO
                                Old copies of newspaper come in handy for newspaper jack-o’-lanterns.

    COURTESY JOY SHIMABUKURO

    Old copies of newspaper come in handy for newspaper jack-o’-lanterns.

Finally, families can again enjoy the full ­experience of Halloween. While most youngsters will likely resume trick-or-treating next week, some families may want to limit the time spent out among strangers and larger crowds. Read more

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