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Every witch needs a little bling in her wardrobe. This Halloween craft idea will show you How to Add Bling to a Witch Hat. Your inner witch will thank you for adding this fabulous touch to your outfit. All you need to do is find a witch hat, and this tutorial will teach you how to make it sparkle. Perhaps you'll be inspired to bling out the rest of your witch robes as well. Your friends will love this DIY witch hat and think that you couldn't look any lovelier. Prepare to be the belle of the witch's ball.
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.
Here is a Halloween craft idea that reminds us of old cartoons where creepy eyes peek out in unexpected places. With this Scary Googly Eye Barrette, those spooky eyes can peer out of your own hair. This is an easy craft for Halloween that will only take a few minutes to create. No matter what size barrette you may desire, you can make a Scary Googly Eye Barrette that will satisfy your Halloween accessory needs. Welcome the creepy critters into your hair with this easy barrette.
Give your mom a Halloween surprise she'll never forget with this Monster Mums display. Easy Halloween crafts like this make perfect centerpieces for your table and are also great to have outside for trick-or-treater's to admire!
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 the rest of your other little ghouls are getting dressed up for some trick-or-treat excitement, don't let baby miss out on the fun. Learn how to crochet a hat like this Secretly Cute Baby Ghost Beanie. This crochet baby hat should give you no problems. In fact, it's a great place for beginners to start. Your little ghost needs some warmth this October, and this Secretly Cute Baby Ghost Beanie is just what he or she needs to feel cozy and look adorable.
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.
Halloween decoration ideas aren't just about creating the creepiest house. Learning How to Make a Day of the Dead Shrine can be a positive experience for remembering the deceased during the spooky season. You can be as creative as you want when constructing a Day of the Dead shrine so that it's more personal for you and your loved ones. Don't underestimate this beautiful Mexican celebration while you're planning Halloween decorating ideas.
If you have never tried a jewelry making idea using cardboard, then you are seriously missing out. It may be surprising, but this Halloween Cardboard Pendant Tutorial will show you how such a simple material can make a cool pendant. No one will ever know what it it made of. Learn how to make a pendant necklace with materials you already have around the house. This sweet accessory can be used to compliment any Halloween costume this year. Don't be too scared to add some cardboard flair to your spooky disguises.
If you feel like someone's watching you, it's probably because you have a Creepy Googly Eyes Topiary growing in your home. This is a playful Halloween decoration idea that won't scare the kids away. In fact, it might make them giggle a bit. Tickle your little skeletons' funny bones with this delightful Halloween decorating idea. This Creepy Googly Eyes Topiary is sure to put a smile on everyone's face. Halloween is about the wonderful as well as the weird, after all.
Turn a plain white canvas tote into a personalized trick or treat bag using Simply Spray. This quick and easy craft project from Alyice Edrich of The Dabbling Mum will bring a smile to your little goblin's face on Halloween.
Add a fun DIY Halloween prop with the Drunken Farmer Halloween Scarecrow. Grab a burlap sack recycle an old plaid shirt and pair of jeans, and you're ready to make your farmer. When you're done, prop him up in a corner on your porch or side of your house, add a few empty beer bottles, and you're ready to spook some trick-or-treaters. Don't forget his straw hat and bandana, because a farmer just isn't a farmer without his hat and bandana.
Both kids and adults can enjoy no-sew craft ideas together as a family. This Easy No-Sew Monster Banner is made from colorful pieces of felt. Monsters have never looked so cheerful and cute before. This easy no-sew craft will let your children use their creativity when designing their very own monster face. This is a great Halloween decoration for a children's party. There's nothing creepy about these little guys. Let this Easy No-Sew Monster Banner put a smile on all your guests' faces.
The hand that hands out candy this year will look extra festive if it bears this Happy Halloween Ring. Made with a few simple recycled materials, this easy Halloween project is great for kids and adults.
These Polymer Clay Pumpkin Magnets are a great way to get in the mood for Halloween. They make festive accents for your refrigerator or other metal surfaces. The purple polka dots add a pop of color to these sweet pumpkins. Best of all, unlike some other Halloween crafts, they're not even a tiny bit creepy. Your little goblins can help you put together these polymer clay crafts. You can turn these precious pumpkins into jewelry charms as well.
Keep your Eye on the Ball with this fun painting project from Amanda Formaro. Transform the old leather pumpkin into a fun bouncing eye ball, perfect for an afternoon Halloween pick up game. You could also hide it in the bushes and use it to "keep an eye" on trick or treaters when they come to your door! This Eye on the Ball craft is just what you need to keep things fun this Halloween. Gather the little goblins and have them help you create this Halloween craft for kids.
These Halloween craft ideas are great for parties, either at home or in the classroom. Cute Craft Stick Mummies are so easy to make and only require a few cheap materials. Your little party guests will love making these adorable monsters. Best of all, it will keep them occupied and distracted from wreaking havoc around the house (if only for a little while). If these Halloween craft ideas for kids need a little dressing up, challenge the children to use different colors and make them into ninjas.
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!
This funky Chain Headpiece is easy to make and a great way to accent a Halloween costume! Use this headdress to add flair to a flapper outfit or hippie costume. It's easy to make and a cheap way to create something you could use for years!
Create a Glow in the Dark Evening Bag to carry your things at a Halloween party or festival. Diamond beadlets and netting are used to create this spooky looking handbag. Your friends won't know what's flying around.
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