Remember these retro melted plastic Halloween decorations popular in the ’70s?

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See the retro melted plastic popcorn Halloween decorations popular in the ’70s

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Melted plastic Halloween decorations: Glitters by day… glows at night (1974)

Put some fun in your window… brighten a door or a wall. This translucent Jack-O-Lantern will welcome little “Trick or Treaters” with a smile.

Made of thousands of glowing plastic beads, it’s a delightfully different decoration that captures the happy Halloween spirit.

Retro melted plastic popcorn Halloween jack-o-lantern decoration

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When you receive unusual melted plastic Halloween decorations, you’ll see immediately how you or your club or organization can earn needed money fast selling Halloween Plaques and many other products just as unique and just as much fun.

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