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It's time for the haunting holiday of Halloween! Halloween is the one magical night each year where you can dress up as anything you want. Don't waste time or money scouring the stores to find the perfect costume. We've got the perfect costume ideas right here! In 31 Handmade Costumes for Halloween, you'll find an abundance of great costumes that you can make yourself. Homemade Halloween costumes are cheaper and much more creative than store-bought ideas. When you make your own Halloween costume, you guarantee that no one else will have the same one.
We all have a pile of socks that have lost their mate. If you have a lonely tube sock, you can easily make these Totally Tubular Pumpkins. With these upcycle crafts, Halloween decorations can be original and adorable!
Linda Walsh is here to teach us to make colorful pumpkin ornaments. Using felt, flannel and fabric you can create these wonderful Halloween crafts in no time. This is a great free sewing pattern and you can make a trio of them.
Make this adorable purple and green spider. The neon colors add to the design. With a rose pot and saucer this cute spider will be yours to keep in seven easy steps. Makes a great Halloween decoration too.
As the weather begins to cool and we feel the presence of ghosts and goblins, the best thing to do is welcome October by crocheting some unique decorations and accessories. These 9 Beginner Crochet Patterns for Halloween include crochet hat patterns for the littlest monsters and free crochet shawl patterns for you. You will also find a few new loveable Halloween friends to welcome into your home. These wearable and decorative crafts are just what you need to have a memorable Halloween.
Together with our friends at AllFreeCasseroleRecipes, we bring you A Spooktacular Celebration 23 Halloween Crafts and Recipes. With these easy Halloween recipes, party ideas, and easy Halloween crafts, you'll have the makings for one awesome party!
Add an unexpected element you your traditional Halloween decor with a pair of Boo-tiful Painted Halloween Canvases. Used mixed media techniques to create one of a kind pieces you can display all year. This isn't your standard DIY wall decor - you'll need everything from stencils to book paper, and that's just the beginning. Mixed media allows you to try new things and think outside the box, so be sure to take advantage. These canvases look great on any wall, so be sure to display them in a highly spot. When trick or treaters arrive, they'll be captivated by the pretty canvas and won't want to head back out.
In seven easy steps Beacon shows us how to make this adorable pumpkin treat holder. Great for crafting with kids when it's time for Trick or Treating. The kids can also bring this bag to school. It's quick and easy just for you.
Give all your friends and family a fright with this Floating Ghost Centerpiece! With some simple Styrofoam shapes, you can give the illusion of a floating ghost, perfect for giving young trick or treater's a little fright this Halloween!
Showcase a picture of your little ghosts and goules inside this cute Boo! Halloween Frame. Embellished with creepy crawlies, this Halloween frame is great for showing off your favorite costumes! With some go-to craft supplies and a few Halloween toys, you can make a spooktacular frame that you'll be proud to have on display in your home.
Dress up your little munchkin in this sweet and easy Crocheted Witch Hat. It's comfortable for the baby to wear and is easy to embellish with various flowers or buttons. You could even add stars and turn it into a wizard's hat!
Ready to start decorating for Halloween, but don't know where to start? This collection of 27 Homemade Halloween Decorations provides chilling projects that will help spookify your house in no time at all.
With the help of Tulip Fashion Art, create unique fashion for all ages, home dcor, seasonal items, gifts and more. The 28 free craft projects in this eBook are sorted by 18 different dye techniques, with step-by-step photo instructions.
It seems that Halloween is as fun to prepare for as it is to celebrate. Spend some time creating homemade Halloween decorations, making homemade Halloween costumes and crafting little giveaway items for trick-or-treaters - you'll really get in the spirit of the season.
You don't need to spend money at the store for your precious little one. Instead, you can make a crochet baby hat all on your own with this Impossibly Cute Baby Skull Hat. This tutorial will show you how to make a cute, warm hat with a fun skull motif (and eyelashes for little girls). If you're a beginner, these crochet baby hat patterns will make you feel more comfortable. This unique pattern will be perfect atop any baby's little head.
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