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Halloween is a holiday for crafters! From homemade costumes to scary decorations, easy Halloween crafts are a great way to prepare for the festivities. With this collection of 7 easy Halloween crafts, even the busiest crafter can find a craft project to wear, give or decorate this Halloween. Find bats, ghosts, pumpkins and more in Easy Halloween Crafts: Blogger Edition 2010. This eBook features crafts of all kinds, including sewing and crochet. Start with your favorite crafting method or branch out to try something new. No matter what you make, these crafts wills surely help everyone in your family get into the Halloween spirit.
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As everyone knows, pumpkins are a key ingredient of Halloween, and everyone uses them to decorate. As a crafter, you have the leg up on decorating already, so give your pumpkin crafts a unique touch. These projects are just the inspiration you need to make your Halloween pumpkins stand out.
Pirate Pumpkin, pg. 5 – Arrr mateys, this Halloween project is just what you have been looking for. Check out this tutorial to learn how to make a shimmering, shining pirate-themed pumpkin featuring a skull and cross bones. This pumpkin craft is a great twist on the traditional Halloween jack-o-lantern. All of your trick-or-treaters will be impressed by this homemade treasure.
Crochet Jill O Lantern, pg. 15 – While pumpkins are a staple of decorating for Halloween, they can get expensive when you buy them year after year. You can save some money on your Halloween pumpkins by putting your crafty spirit to work. Follow along with this crochet pattern to learn how to make a crochet pumpkin you can display every year. Even better, you don't have to worry about this pumpkin rotting.
Along with dressing up and eating candy, decorating ranks in the top three best parts of celebrating Halloween. Make sure you put a 100 percent effort into you Halloween decorations by trying some of these simple crafts. No matter how you'll be celebrating, a well-decorated home is one of the keys to celebrating the holiday to its fullest.
Ghost Centerpiece, pg. 8 – This homemade ghost harnesses the spirit of Halloween like never before. Whether you're hosting a party or you're looking for Halloween decorations to display all throughout the month of October, this cheesecloth ghost is the perfect way to spread the Halloween energy to everyone in your home. This easy Halloween craft is both budget-friendly and fun to create.
Happy Felt Bats, pg. 9 – If you're looking for a versatile Halloween craft that you can use however you want, this is the project for you. Follow along with these sewing instructions to learn how to make bats you can display wherever you'd like. This sewing project is very simple, and you're going to love the final product. Hang the bats around your house, use them as a centerpiece, or have them float beneath the tree outside your home.
DIY Spider Webs, pg. 17 – With just a little bit of fabric, you can turn your home into the haunted house of your dreams (or nightmares). Check out this easy tutorial to learn how to create homemade spider webs that look like oversized versions of the real things. You can drape these DIY spider webs wherever you want. Unlike real spider webs, this craft is for decorative purposes only, and you don't have to wonder if there is a spider creeping and crawling somewhere in your house.
Don't spend more than you have to when it comes to Halloween. These crafts will show you budget-friendly alternatives to store-bought merchandise that you can easily make with a little creativity and a little crafting. Check out these tutorials to find inexpensive ways to make October 31 a success.
Bandanna Trick or Treat Bag, pg. 11 – Orange and black are the main colors of Halloween, but green has its place too -- green crafting, that is. This trick or treat bag can be made out of bandannas you have sitting around your home, waiting to be turned into something fabulous. Follow along with these simple instructions to learn how to make a bag with inexpensive materials and just a little bit of your time. The completed bag is strong and sturdy, so your kids won't have to worry about losing any of their candy.
Easy Halloween Horns Tutorial, pg. 20 – Dressing up on Halloween is fun, but retail costumes can be a bit expensive. Save some dough when you're looking for a costume by making some of the pieces on your own. These homemade horns couldn't be easier to create, and they are perfect for a low-budget devil costume. You'll only need a few inexpensive materials for this project, and you'll love showing off your DIY creation. These horns make a great first Halloween costume for a baby.
For another Halloween Blogger Edition eBook, see Homemade Halloween Decorations: Blogger Edition 2010 eBook.
Halloween is one of the best times of year for the crafting community because there are so many ways to put your creative mind to work. From decorations to costumes and more, there are plenty of opportunities to break out your crafting supplies and replace merchandise from the store with something homemade. Not only are these crafts fun to create, they'll save you a ton of money and look better than all the generic products everyone else is using.
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Say goodbye to boring Halloweens and check out these projects to make this the best Halloween yet. No matter what your favorite method of crafting is, the projects in Easy Halloween Crafts: Blogger Edition 2010 are great for crafters of all expertise. Download your free copy of Easy Halloween Crafts: Blogger Edition 2010 today!
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