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DIY Costume in a Snap: Venus Flytrap Fascinator

A lot pretty, a little creepy—this Venus Flytrap Fascinator is exactly the look we're going for this Halloween. Constructing this headpiece is less work than assembling a head-to-toe costume, but the look is still every bit as eye-catching. Watch the how-to video to see how it all comes together. READ MORE »
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