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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!
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.
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!
Create the perfect costume for your child. Add this knit mittens to the skeleton sweater and you have a whole ensemble. Knitting the costume is a great way to save money and be thrifty this Halloween, from Bernat Yarns. In the blink of an eye socket, you will have cool little gloves for your spooky little someone. Join the skeleton dance with these gloves that will tickle everyone's funny bone. Best of all, you won't have to worry about your child's hands getting cold in the chilly October air.
Gather up those unwanted socks and get ready to make this adorable Easy Socktopus Costume! Homemade Halloween costume ideas like this make dressing up fun and budget friendly! If only those arms could hold more candy buckets...
Be that celebrity you've always wanted to be. Hulk Hogan is a hot costume this year. You have to say "brother" at the end of each sentence and wear a lot of self tanner. You will also need a bandana, a wig and some other materials.
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.
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.
There's nothing spookier than Mysterious Mummy Mason Jars. Okay, maybe actual mummies are spookier, but these guys come pretty close. Mason jar crafts allow you use inexpensive items to create one-of-a-kind projects. Fun Halloween crafts can help you get in the spirit and celebrate the best aspects of fall. For this project, you only need a few inexpensive supplies, so round everything up and get to work as soon as possible. Make a bunch of these mummies and line your countertop or mantel in the time leading up to Halloween night.
There's no doubt about it - the best aspect of Halloween is getting dressed up in crazy costumes. That's what everyone remembers - the crazy masks, unique embellishments and unexpected add-ons that turn a boring, everyday person into another being. DIY Halloween costumes help keep costs down and allow you to upcycle items you might already have on hand.
Halloween craft projects are a great way to prepare for Halloween festivities. With this collection of 7 easy Halloween crafts, even the busiest crafter can find a project to wear, give or decorate this Halloween.
Scare up some fun this Halloween and create a super simple Spooky Bat Necklace. DIY steampunk jewelry is a cool way to incorporate a rough industrial look into your wardrobe. This project is so easy, even kids can give it a try.
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!
Turn an ordinary t-shirt into an adorable keepsake in only a few steps. Halloween craft ideas don't have to be about costumes and spooky decor. This Spooky Bat Shirt can be worn to school or around town - you won't want to take it off. Gather up black paint, white paint and a brush - that's all you need to get started. Once you make one of these shirts, you won't be able to stop. Since this design isn't so over-the-top, you can wear it well after Halloween ends. Plus, you'll save big by reusing an old t-shirt closet. Craft ideas for Halloween have never been this cheap or easy.
With this easy tutorial on Painted Him and Her Pumpkins, you can learn how to decorate your pumpkins without any carving! No carve pumpkin decorating helps your pumpkins last longer and gives you more freedom for creativity!
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