Yes, we're hopping on the Halloween bandwagon a bit early this season. But it's never too soon to start prepping for spooktacular holiday fun! The secret to any good Halloween decoration is making it creepy. Even in small amounts, a little terror can go a long way. I found these amazing beakers at Michaels and knew I had to do something with them. Then I nabbed mini gravestones and thought it would such fun to create a miniature graveyard in the beakers. It makes a fabulous centerpiece and is oh-so-easy.

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DIY Halloween Graveyard Materials

Here's what you need to create this Halloween craft.

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DIY Halloween Graveyard Video Instructions

Don't forget to get creative! Add ghosts, witches, or any other spooky decor that you can think of. Watch our video for the step-by-step instructions:

Start your Halloween graveyard by putting the moss down first. Then place your center plant. Put rocks on top to keep it sturdy. Then add some more moss. Put the graves under your tree in any order you'd like. It will look like a spooky centerpiece in no time!

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