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This Scraptastic Halloween Headband is perfect for kids and adults alike. Made with the fun colors of Halloween, this floral headband can be made several different ways. This is a great project for a girl scout troop, too!
Take any size glass jar, give it a colorful exterior and turn it into a decorative container for fall treats. All you need is some scrapbook paper, acrylics and ribbon and you can have this lovely piece decorating your rooms.
Cute Creatures Candy Bowls will please kids almost as much as the candy inside. This site will show you how to make ceramic crafts with brilliant colors like lime and purple. You can't help smiling when painting these silly little creatures.
It's fun to come up with a costume for Halloween, but that's such a small piece of the puzzle. To make it a true day to remember, it's important to come up with a few Halloween decorating ideas. You don't have to spend a lot of money to show your love for Halloween.
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.
Trick or Treat! This Witch Go Boom Broom is made with a secret ingredient...do you know what it is? Pop cans! Each witch is made from a smashed Pepsi can! Cheap Halloween crafts like this are great for kids and adults alike and are a budget-friendly way to decorate for the holiday. Halloween craft decorations like this Witch Go Boom Broom are great for both indoors and out. Create a Witch Go Boom Broom and watch your guests' faces light up in amusement.
The month of October is a perfect time to try new and creative Halloween craft ideas. These Pumpkin Orange Doughnut Beads are a great way to celebrate Halloween sweetness. You will love these beads because they look good enough to eat. Best of all, these Pumpkin Orange Doughnut Beads won't make you gain any weight. October brings thoughts of going to the pumpkin patch for apple cider doughnuts or to your local bakery to buy Halloween-themed goodies. Make this Halloween art project for a taste of that fun.
There are so many Halloween candy recipes to try, but these Quick and Simple Zombie Morsels are a must for this year's celebration. Frighten your party guests with these creepy candies that look like brains, teeth, toes, and eyeballs. There is no baking needed to bring this recipe for Halloween to life. Just make sure your own creepy hands are scrubbed well and ready to mold. These fruity, chewy, Quick and Simple Zombie Morsels will be memorable treats for you and your party.
Candles make the perfect gifts for a host or hostess. Be creative and make a Halloween decoration for the one throwing the party with this Black and Orange Decorative Candle. This is a beautiful autumn candle that will give a lovely glow at any gathering. Of course, this Halloween decorating idea would look just as nice in your own home if you don't want to give it up. Get creative and make a creepy Black and Orange Decorative Candle for the season of spooks.
If you're looking to send a Halloween greeting to your loved ones, this Kitty in the Pumpkin Patch card is a great project to make. This card is perfect for sending a little treat to someone you love.
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.
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...
This lovely tribute to the beautiful Day of the Dead celebration will look amazing on your door, no matter what the occasion. The Day of the Dead Skull Door Decoration could make a cool Halloween decoration idea. Throw a unique party and remember that Halloween isn't the only thing worth celebrating in the fall. Your guests will never forget the beauty of this Day of the Dead Skull Door Decoration. Honor those who celebrate this unique holiday and make a beautiful new decoration.
When you decorate for Halloween this year, don't leave out your furry friend. Learn how to make a dog bed into a spooky coffin like this Walking Dead Dog Bed. Your home will be the talk of the party when your guests see Fido's new sleeping arrangements. Don't worry - this DIY dog bed is much easier to make than it looks. No sewing is involved with this comfy, creepy bed. Just don't be surprised when you hear your dog getting up in the middle of the night to howl at the full moon.
Save up that scrap wood and fall season crafts that you can leave out all autumn long. Rustic Recycled Wood Pumpkins are sophisticated and simple - they look great on a front stoop or on a back porch. Best of all, these homemade pumpkins won't rot.
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