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Create a Spooky Halloween Apothecary or Pharmacy Display

Updated on May 4, 2014

Decorate for Halloween with a Creepy Pharmacy Display

Apothecary, or old pharmacy bottles, labels and jars are becoming a very popular way of creating a creepy Halloween look at home, in the office, in business settings or at school.

One of the benefits of decorating with a pharmacy or apothecary or wizard theme is that you can often find spooky items (or items that can be turned into creepy ones) in the home or at thrift stores. Create some pretty creepy looking bottles and jars by just recycling old ones that would have been thrown out. (If you already have bottles, skip to the displays section.)

There are many different ways to create a pharmacy display including traditional displays, wizard or witch themed displays and even mad scientist or chemist displays.

Find your favorite or create your own unique theme from the ideas shared on this page.

Halloween Apothecary by Nomadic Lass. Used under a Creative Commons License

Start with Some Old Glass Bottles

Image by Middlewick
Image by Middlewick

Glass Bottle Collection by middlewick. Used under a morgueFree licence.

Add Vintage Apothecary Labels

Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Cling Rubber Stamp Set, 7 by 8.5-Inch, Apothecary
Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Cling Rubber Stamp Set, 7 by 8.5-Inch, Apothecary

Create your own vintage labels using these appropriately titled "Apothecary" set of stamps.

The set of rubber stamps includes a skull, pharmacy writing an old arsenic label and several blank frames, just fill in your potion contents.

New for 2103

 

Complete the Apothecary Display with More Decorations

If you happen to have an apothecary cabinet, this makes an excellent base and background for the display. If you don't, you can still create a display on any table top, or shelves.

Look for other spooky and old items that you might have around (or in the attic). To complete the apothecary display you need to add in other decorations and embellishing touches. Here are just some of the items you can use to create a display.

  • Glass jars, bell jars and glass containers
  • Old and faux apothecary supplies e.g. soap, ampules, boxes
  • Bottles filled with colorful "potions"
  • Dissection Tools (tweezers, clamps, scissors)
  • Chemistry glasswear filled with potions and preserved items
  • Mortar and pestle
  • Herbs, spices, jars and rack
  • Herb bundles, smudging sticks
  • "Old" printed paper with formulas, recipes
  • Old books ones with bad bindings will help to recreate the mood
  • Skulls and skeletons
  • Old keys
  • Candles (preferably melted) and candlesticks
  • Baskets especially handwoven
  • Cheesecloth or black fabric
  • Apothecary cabinet or bookshelves
  • Fake spiders and spider webs
  • Soft back lighting

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Create Potion, Poison or Apothecary Bottles

Image by akx
Image by akx

Creating bottles that look like ones you would find in an old pharmacy or apothecary is pretty simple.

You can make unique bottles and jars by up-cycling or reusing glass bottles and jars that you probably already have at home. Look around the house an old glass spice jar, pickle jar, Worcester sauce bottle or glass hand lotion bottle.

You can even recycle plastic water and drink bottles and containers, but glass will probably look more like old pharmacy.

Cook Time

Total Time: ~ 30 minutes

Ingredients

  • Glass bottles and jars
  • Paper for printing out labels
  • Labels or label graphics
  • Glue or other adhesive
  • Optional - bottle contents

Instructions

  1. 1. Find bottles and jars that you want to decorate.
  2. 2. Wash the glass containers, being sure to remove any old labels and adhesive.
  3. 3. Look for labels that you like online to download and print, or order labels from Amazon or eBay.
  4. 4. 'Age' the labels by getting them dirty using colored pencils, charcoal, pastels and/or and smudged.
  5. 5. When the labels are ready, glue them to the bottles and jars.
  6. 6. Let the adhesive dry and wipe off any stray glue or stray smudges.
  7. 7. Fill with colored water, herbs or other creepy contents.
  8. Old glass bottles by akx. Used under a morgueFile license
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How to Make Halloween Potion Bottles - Video Tutorial

These video tutorials will help you see how to make apothecary bottles with homemade items. They are perfect for Halloween and a great addition to any apothecary display from FairyboyProductions, S.K. Austin and jpkrafty5.

Apothecary Bottle and Jar Supplies on Amazon

Amazon is one of the places you can find old style bottles. You might also be able to pick some up from a thrift store or yard sale. Just be careful you don't re-purpose old bottles that are very valuable.

8 oz Apothecary Glass Bottle w/ Metal Maroc Stand - Clear
8 oz Apothecary Glass Bottle w/ Metal Maroc Stand - Clear

This apothecary bottle comes with a stand, making it perfect for decorating and then staging. Comes with a cork.

Also available in blue, amber, green, frosted and red on Amazon

 
7gypsies 4-Piece Apothecary Bottles, Amber
7gypsies 4-Piece Apothecary Bottles, Amber

Create a set of mini bottles in amber

These work the the 7 gypsies labels to create cute little mini apothecary bottles.

 

Apothecary Bottles and Labels on eBay

Real vintage apothecary bottles are available on eBay, but if you plan on decorating you may want to stick to upcycling bottles that you have around the house, or getting apothecary craft bottles.

Check the sizes of the bottles, since many are small.

Free Vintage Labels Online

Two of the more popular Vintage potion and pharmacy labels available online to download and print for free.

Halloween Bottle Labels on Zazzle

Zazzle has many different and unique bottle labels to help you create creepy Halloween decorations. Here are two examples for Goblin Brains and Cobra Venom:


Goblin Brains Bottle Label by ChiaPetRescue CHECK PRICE

Snake Venom Bottle Label by ChiaPetRescue CHECK PRICE


Halloween Apothecary Labels on eBay

You can find vintage-look labels on eBay too.

Staging and Arranging Potion Bottles Ideas

Image by André Mouraux
Image by André Mouraux

Traditional Old Pharmacy

Even though the display of pharmacy bottles from the Hospices de Beaune* is not designed to convey a spooky effect, the fact that it is old, worn, used and even a bit decayed makes us think that it is a bit creepy.

The eeriness of the bottles and possible potions lined up neatly on the shelves may be due to the very old style of writing (the Hospice de Beaune was established in 1443) along with the obvious signs of use and because we may not recognize many of the names of the potions used for treatment.

Another reasons is because of the medical treatment techniques at the time, many of which were pretty primitive.

Setting up a traditional old pharmacy display using very old-style labels would work well, obviously, with pharmacy parties, but also with other medical or nursing parties. You could even come up with games where participants had to guess what is in the potion and what ailment the different contents were used for treating.

* The Hospices de Beaune was established as a charitable house for the poor and needy in Beaune, France in 1443. It continues as a working institution even to this day.

Hospices de Beaune by André Mouraux. Used under a Creative Commons License

Unique Ways to Stage Your Apothecary Bottles

  1. Recreate an old apothecary or pharmacy store - Fill your store with bottles and packages covered in vintage pharmacy labels
  2. Stage a Club-styled Apothecary - Use back-lighting behind the bottles to create a nightclub atmosphere.
  3. Set up a Mad Scientist's or Chemist's laboratory - Old chemistry glassware is great for decorating
  4. Decorate a Wizard's Den - Recreate Mr. Mullpepper's Apothecary from Harry Potter
  5. Create a Witch's Lair - Add a potion shelf or table and cover with witch potions, poison bottles and concoctions.

Use a Pharmacy Mortar and Pestle

HIC Mortar and Pestle with Pour Spout, Large, Porcelain
HIC Mortar and Pestle with Pour Spout, Large, Porcelain

Put out a large vintage style mortar and pestle to recreate the feel of an old pharmacy.

After Halloween is over, you can use it to grind your herbs and spices.

 

Create a Creepy Halloween Mantle or Corner Display

Use this amazingly creepy apothecary scene from Nomadic Lass to inspire your own creepy Halloween display. The idea is one that could be placed on a mantle, a table or as a corner or window display.

To create the skull in a bell jar, you need a glass bell jar, or any glass container (vase or fish bowl?) that could be turned upside down over a skull figurine. In this example a skull and crossbones have been suspended from the glass bell jar. Look for lightweight plastic versions if you want to suspend them on fishing line.

Many of the bottles used in this display have been recycled. An old maple syrup bottle holds a strange potion and a peppercorn jar is filled with plastic spiders. Vinegar and barbecue sauce bottles has been re-purposed by wrapping twine around the top and adding a customized label, one is filled with "Jellyfish String" and the other contains "Arctic Demon Blood."

Other interesting materials include chemistry glassware containers filled with green and amber colored-potions, tweezers possibly from a dissection kit and textured cheese cloth help to set a spooky mood. Look closely in the background for the bowl filled with little skulls.

What sort of materials can you find to create your own Spooky Halloween display?

Skull Bell Jar and Apothecary Bottles by Nomadic Lass. Used under a Creative Commons License

Decorate with Skulls, Bell Jars and Old Bottles

Image by Nomadic Lass
Image by Nomadic Lass

Create and Stage a Skull Bell Jar

Products needed to create a skull bell jar and Halloween display.

Silver Skull Head Collectible Skeleton Decoration Figure
Silver Skull Head Collectible Skeleton Decoration Figure

Cover the skull statue with the bell jar to create the effect.

Skull measures 5.5 x 3.5 x 4.5 inches

 
Round Bottom Flask - 250ml 19/22
Round Bottom Flask - 250ml 19/22

Add colored water to simulate potions.

 

Apothecary Decorations in the Office

Image by rmkoske
Image by rmkoske

Decorate a Cubicle at Halloween

This Apothecary shop cubicle created by rmkoske's is another Halloween decorating inspiration for your home, school or office.

The pharmacy effect can be created using basic household items and a bit of creative labeling and printing. Use spices and a spice rack, glass and apothecary jars and label with the names of creepy contents and potions.

Some of the creative labels in this display: "Hobgoblin Brains," "Dragon Blood," "Downy Annelids," "Unicorn Livers," "Tapeworms," "Spiral Worms," "Goblin Pancreas," "Lizard Gall Bladder" and "Pixie Skeletons."

In addition to the re-purposed household items, add in a few old books, woven pine basked and smudging sticks, candle, some skeletons, a few old books and a (hopefully) stuffed raven and you've recreated Crumble and Boyle's Apothecary as your own in office old pharmacy.

Apothecary Cubicle Shop by rmkoske. Used under a Creative Commons License

Halloween Pharmacy Cubicle Decorations on Amazon

Items needed to help recreate the Halloween pharmacy cubicle look.

Dangling Skeleton Garland - Halloween Decoration
Dangling Skeleton Garland - Halloween Decoration

Hang a skeleton garland in the office or at home.

 
Spectrum Diversified Scroll Wall Mounted Spice Rack, Black
Spectrum Diversified Scroll Wall Mounted Spice Rack, Black

This black spice rack helps create a scary feeling.

 
Small Spice Glass Jar with Cork - 3-3/4" Tall x 1-3/4"
Small Spice Glass Jar with Cork - 3-3/4" Tall x 1-3/4"

Bottle your favorite potions and poisons.

 
HALLOWEEN SPIDER WEBS & WEBBING + Spiders - 3 Pack
HALLOWEEN SPIDER WEBS & WEBBING + Spiders - 3 Pack

Spider webs help in making decorations look old and aged.

 
Creepy Cloth Decoration
Creepy Cloth Decoration

Add some dark fabric with holes to create a different affect.

 

Nightclub Apothecary Décor

A fun and slightly creepy apothecary theme is filling shelves with old apothecary bottles and other paraphernalia and using this as the decoration, or in the case of the Apotheke Bar, a working cocktail bar for a party.

This image to the right was taken at the Apotheke Bar in NY, a bar known for recreating the atmosphere of a pharmacy in 19th century Paris as part of the experience of pouring cocktails in this unique bar that is part stage and part chemistry lab. It is a fun inspiration for staging your own chemistry / apothecary bar.

This theme with apothecary bottles on display highlighted by eerie lighting can also be seen in the image below.

To recreate this nightclub apothecary décor, you need to have shelves, lots of old pharmacy bottles (or create faux versions), chemistry glassware and if desired other pharmacy supplies (e.g. tins soaps, powders, containers). The only other thing you need is lighting and then decide whether you want a soft colored back-lighting glow or soft spot-lighting.

Use temporary shelves and orange rope lights to recreate the spooky effect.

Spirits at Apotheke Bar, NY by istolethetv. Used under a Creative Commons License

Display Apothecary Bottles on Lit Shelves

Nightclub Decor

Image by istolethetv
Image by istolethetv

Decorating Apothecary Shelves on Amazon

Items needed to help recreate the nightclub with pharmacy shelves.

Winsome Wood Stackable/Folding 3-Tier Shelf, Black
Winsome Wood Stackable/Folding 3-Tier Shelf, Black

Set up a temporary display using a folding bookshelf.

 
Thayers Slippery Elm Lozenges, Tangerine, 42 Count
Thayers Slippery Elm Lozenges, Tangerine, 42 Count

Available since 1847, these lozenges are still use today, and the tin can be added to your Halloween apothecary scene.

 

Apothecary Bottles on Shelves

Image by Satemkemet
Image by Satemkemet

Apothecary Bottles on Shelves with Backlighting by Satemkemet

Used under a Creative Commons License.

More Halloween Apothecary Decorating Ideas

Ideas from other websites and bloggers on decorating and making apothecary bottles and jars.

A Mad Scientist's or Chemist's Laboratory

Image by ardelfin
Image by ardelfin

Set up a Mad Scientist's or Chemist's Laboratory

Creating a scene from a mad scientist (Young Frankenstein) or mad chemist is another fun way to use apothecary and pharmacy bottles, along with any scientific glassware you might have.

To distinguish a "Mad Scientist" theme from just a regular pharmacy or apothecary, you should have some scientific equipment, or at least scientific looking equipment with bottles, tubes and strange colored potions.

The truly adventurous might want to look up some safe formulas for creating potions that bubble over.

Include an electricity or lightning harnessing ball like Nebula Plasma Ball to help re-create that mad scientist/Dr. Frankenstein/Victor from Frankenweenie feeling as seen in the Mad Scientist Poster above.

Mad scientist or mad chemist themes are getting to be very popular with children's parties, both boys and girls, especially with the release of Frankenweenie last year, where Victor plays with science to bring his beloved dog back to life.

Old Chemistry Bottle by ardelfin. Used under a Morguefile license.

More Halloween Bottle Labels

Here are two more examples of the different bottle labels available on Zazzle. These measure 2 by 3 3/4 inches. Labels are for Abby Normal Brains (Young Frankenstein anyone?) and Blood Moon Oil of Deadly Nightshade:

Abby Normal Brain Bottle Label by ChiaPetRescue CHECK PRICE

Blood Moon Halloween Bottle Label by ChiaPetRescue CHECK PRICE


Wizard's Den or Witch's Lair Display

Image by Rob Young
Image by Rob Young

Recreate a Wizard's Apothecary

Harry Potter Fans may want to recreate Mr. Mulpepper's Apothecary or Slug & Jiggers Apothecary as their spooky Apothecary display, at Diagon Alley store with all of the supplies needed for wizards.

Thanks to Google Maps, you can visit the recreations of Mr. Mullpepper's and Slug & Jiggers Apothecaries from the comfort of your own home by taking a virtual walk inside the Warner Bros London Studio and see the types of supplies you might want to display.

The outside of Mullpepper's shop has large vessels filled with Clabbert Pustules, Dragon Liver and Chizpurfle Fangs for sale. The shop windows are filled with bowls of berries, roots, herbs and other ingredients needed for wizard concoctions.

The windows display of Slug & Jiggers Apothecary hold old jars, bottles and chemistry glassware filled with various ingredients for making wizard potions. Recreate your own with a window display of wizardly ingredients.

Mr. Mullpepper's Apothecary in Diagon Alley by Rob Young. Used under a Creative Commons License

Harry Potter Bottle Labels on Amazon

Harry Potter Half Blood Prince 10 Piece Potion Label Magnet Set
Harry Potter Half Blood Prince 10 Piece Potion Label Magnet Set

.These Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince potion labels are actually magnets listing many of the potions from Harry Potter.

10 Potion Label magnets.

 

Remember...

The Sale of Unicorn Blood is Forbidden.

DO NOT ASK!

— Mr. Mullpepper

Mr. Mullpepper's Apothecary - Close Up

Image by Rob Young
Image by Rob Young

Get some Clabbert Pustules, Dragon Liver and Chizpurfle Fangs from

Mr. Mullpepper's Apothecary in Diagon Alley by Rob Young. Used under a Creative Commons License

Visit Diagon Alley on Google Maps

Take a look at Mr. Mullpepper's Apothecary by visiting the Warner Brother's studio in London via Google Maps.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 3 years ago from Northern California

      @alienbritt: It's a fun way of decorating.

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      alienbritt 3 years ago

      Great lens, great idea! I might have to try this come Halloween time!

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 3 years ago from Northern California

      @tvyps: They really are quite fun.

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      Teri Villars 3 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      Really cool idea. I love old bottles and this one highlights them. I used to be an amateur treasure hunter and found some really cool things. I am keeping this idea in my memory banks for next year!

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 3 years ago from Northern California

      @bobnolley lm: Thank you

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      bobnolley lm 3 years ago

      Nice looking lens...love the effort and the detail...perfect for Halloween.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 3 years ago from Northern California

      @anonymous: Maybe if it wasn't too spooky and more of a historical display.

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      mineoptra 3 years ago

      yeah....

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      i wonder if i can use this for everyday in the pharmacy

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 3 years ago from Northern California

      @mel-kav: Have fun with your 'poison' bottles.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 3 years ago from Northern California

      @Kim Milai: Have fun creating your own spooky Halloween display.

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      shewins 3 years ago

      This is amazing. What fun for a unique haunted house.

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      mel-kav 3 years ago

      This is such a great idea! I love it. Definitely am going to have to try this. Maybe even put some of the poison labels on my bottles for my Halloween party

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      Kim Milai 3 years ago

      I love this lens. Great ideas!

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 3 years ago from Northern California

      @susiequeue1: Vintage or faux (recycled) vintage.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 3 years ago from Northern California

      @anonymous: I like to reuse bottles to decorate too.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 3 years ago from Northern California

      @E Andrew Brandon: You are uber welcome!

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 3 years ago from Northern California

      @captainj88: Anyplace you might want to create a spooky look.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 3 years ago from Northern California

      @VistaNemo: I really liked the spooky bar concept too. Takes you back in time.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 3 years ago from Northern California

      @PriyabrataSingh: Thank you. It is a fun spooky way to decorate for Halloween or any time.

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      PriyabrataSingh 3 years ago

      The concept is original.It is a better way of making a Halloween.

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      VistaNemo 3 years ago

      I love the idea of having a bar set up with spooky old bottles like this.

      Thanks for all your hard work!

      Lots of great ideas for my favorite time of year.

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      Leah J. Hileman 3 years ago from East Berlin, PA, USA

      I don't celebrate Halloween, but I love the vintage look of the display. That would be terrific in a dining room nook, a kitchen windowsill, or a shelf in a library/den.

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      thanks for share this great lens

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      Ean Brandon 3 years ago from United States

      how nice! this is uber creative

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @sweetpressuk: Thank you! Have fun making your own spooky Halloween.

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      Anja Toetenel 4 years ago from The Hague, the Netherlands

      Very original ideas, thank you for sharing them, looking spooky ;-)

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      sweetpressuk 4 years ago

      Best idea I have seen so far. Love this lens.

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      susiequeue1 4 years ago

      Love this! Vintage apothecary bottles are great decoration

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I always liked bottles as decoration - saved them to use as vases etc. :)

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @anonymous: Thank you.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Great ideas here!

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @lewisgirl: They are very popular, even more so this year.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @TommysPal: I like my Halloween just a bit creepy, so these decorations are just about right.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @buildhealthtoday: Great way to recycle/upcycle old ones.

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      buildhealthtoday 4 years ago

      I really love this leans. Time to collect bottles. :)

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      TommysPal 4 years ago

      Cool idea. Creepy, but fun. What a good use for my very old medicine bottles. Thanks for sharing this with us all.

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      lewisgirl 4 years ago

      Lots of creative ideas. Who knew you could get vintage looking labels! Love it!

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @Meganhere: Thank you. Have fun decorating.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @JennyRowling: Thank you. I like the skull in a jar too.

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      Jenny Rowling 4 years ago from London, UK

      This lens definitely deserves a purple star. Such a big variety. My personal favorite - a skull in a jar! :D

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      Meganhere 4 years ago

      There are some great ideas here! I love this stuff.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @ghoststorylover: I might have suspected based on your Squidoo handle.

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      ghoststorylover 4 years ago

      Very cute! I love creepy stuff like this!

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @rebecca-mathews1: Thank you.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @Faye Rutledge: Me too. Thank you.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @leatherwooddesign: Thank you. It was a fun lens to pull together.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @Minoru10: Thank you. It was quite the surprise.

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      rebecca-mathews1 4 years ago

      great lens

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      Faye Rutledge 4 years ago from Concord VA

      Love these Spooky ideas! Congratulations on your win!

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      Marisa Horn 4 years ago from Rintown Pa

      Great lens, love the idea and your set up is fantastic.

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      Michael Yoshinaka 4 years ago from Honolulu, Hawaii

      Spooky.... Congratulations on your winning. : D

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @Michelllle: It creates a spooky effect. Could use other colors too. Wonder what purple lights would look like?

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      Michelllle 4 years ago

      Love the idea of lighting up shelves with orange LED ropes.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @getmoreinfo: Thank you. Have fun making your own.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @SusanDeppner: Thank you Susan. Pretty surprised at winning the Halloween Club contest.

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      getmoreinfo 4 years ago

      This tutorial on how to make a Creepy Pharmacy Display is great.

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      Susan Deppner 4 years ago from Arkansas USA

      What a spooky-good idea! Congratulations on your Halloween Club win!

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @aidenw: I really like this medically creepy Halloween theme too.

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      aidenw 4 years ago from USA

      This is right up my alley. I love this lens, full of fantastic ideas on making Halloween apothecary bottles. I have bookmarked it for future reference. Thanks for sharing it.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 4 years ago from Northern California

      @Deadicated LM: It also works for some people's every day décor too...

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      Deadicated LM 4 years ago

      Great ideas, I love that look for Halloween decor.