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What You’ll Need:
Enough paper bags—white, brown or orange—to line the path to
your front door, driveway or sidewalk.
Kitty litter or sand to weigh down the bags
1 votive candle for every paper bag
A lighter or matches
What You’ll Do:
Set up paper bags in the area you want to illuminate. Pour
an inch or two of litter or sand in the bottom of the bags, then place a candle
in the center of the bag, pressing it firmly into the litter/sand. At dusk,
have your parent or older sib light each candle using matches or a lighter.
Enjoy the pretty glow knowing that you’re the one behind the magic.
BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 10/29/2010 7:00:00 AM
POSTED IN halloween, crafts
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