This Halloween night greet trick-or-treaters with friendly fire. Battery-operated tea lights make it fun and safe for kids. For this project, you'll need: 10 to 12 foam pumpkins (Funkins.com) or real pumpkins (If using foam pumpkins, do not use a real flame.); 30 to 40 battery-operated tea lights; a handful of yellow and orange glow sticks (optional); a carving knife; a large spoon (optional for real pumpkins); weights or rocks for faux pumpkins; and a painter’s tarp.
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