Combine a few discount store items and stuff you've already got lying around the house to make devilishly inexpensive Halloween decorations.
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Fill old glass jars with plastic rats, toy bugs and doll heads then add a little colored water. Fill out manila tags with the name of your specimen – shrunken heads, poisonous tarantulas, baby rats and the like – and wrap the jar with twine and the tag.
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