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A teeny fogbound cemetery is the centerpiece of this spooky "terror-rium."
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Jennifer Perkins: What I think of centerpiece is I usually think of things let say candle, vintage candle sticks but not’s Halloween. So let’s past that things like mini cemetery or what I like to call a Terror-rium because there is no living plants inside. The first thing you need to your terror-rium is a big glass jar. Something like this, you want it to look like something that came out of some evil doctors labs something kind of die falcon find like that. And you can find this at the craft store, and the next thing you want to do is you want to add the door in your graveyard and we are going to use just decorate the stem for that you could get this at the craft store, aquarium gravel also works nice. Fill it up about two to three inches just to give you some flat ground covers so that we can stick other fun stuffs in it. Fun stuff like to say an arbor which is actually just some crack wood that we glued together to give that effect. But then the spray paint with it with. Yes there is spray paint with a full wrap finish which is perfect for things like making little baby cemeteries and we use those for that arbor but then we use this little craft this to create the headstone so it look likes a over now but the time I buried it in my sand it’s going to look like a little headstone. And once they are done and they’re dry you get the paint marker and you just write on there about two piece whatever you want. And then you want to fill it up with another funs stuff we have a little bit of pumpkins, it could go all the sprinkle around the bottom. We have a twig it because what is the cemetery without a old spooky trade too bad we don’t have a little bit of baby out in there. stick him in this stand it looks cute and then we need a little color in there so that’s where our green felt is going to come in and where just going to cut up a little path leading up to our arbor then the finishing piece, piece that resistance we of course need a fog. So, you get you pillow budding and just kind a spread it out and then you just kind a come as sprinkle in top of everything to give that like crappie fog effect on everything. Until then when your done you can just put your aquarium as your centerpiece.
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