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Some of the best free Halloween crafts are the ones that you can give away as gifts to your friends. Use this Eek! Treat Bag project filled with candy to give your friends a treat that they will love to receive as well as eat!
Make a creepy crawly quilted pillow with these Halloween sewing patterns from Baby Lock. Learn how to make a decorative pillow that will make you say "Eeks! Spider!"
This Egg Carton Bat is a great project to make with your kids! Reuse an old Styrofoam or cardboard egg carton and make a whole family of cute bats! These would look great hanging from one of your trees on Halloween night!
Knit this adorable orange pumpkin hat for the fall season. It's great for Halloween with its stem and leaves. This free knitting pattern is great for any child!
Embroider a fun pumpkin to decorate your home this Halloween. Homemade Halloween decorations can be easy and keep your time occupied while you wait for the holiday.
Create these spooky etched Halloween candy jars that make sorting the kid's loot easy and fun.
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Create a wood purse full of watchful eyes for quirky Halloween storage. This makes for a great party favor! I've got my eye on you!
Keep your Eye on the Ball with this fun painting project. Transform the old leather pumpkin into a fun bouncing eye ball, perfect for an afternoon Halloween pick up game.
Get creepy this Halloween with some eyeballs. Create this centerpiece using black and orange balloons along with some eyeballs and glasses. You can easily make this centerpiece in five steps.
Turn simple sweats and a pillowcase into a spooky eyeball Halloween costume with tie-dye. Kids can help do the tie-dye technique to make their own Halloween costume this year.
Shannon Staker's ghost how-to offers a lasting Halloween decoration idea that can be used and re-used year after year. Ghosts made of fabric, rather than tissue, are durable and just as frightening.
Your pumpkin doesn't have to stay plain or even be carved. You can add some fabric scraps to make your pumpkin a glamorous one. In nine steps you can have a whole presentation of pumpkins.
Looking for home made fairy costumes? This fabulous fairy costume from The New Image Group is a great way to whip up a quick costume for a little girl. Homemade Halloween costumes don't have to be complicated!
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.
Add these pumpkins to your fall decor and you won't have to worry about them rotting. The trick is to use STYROFOAM Brand Foam so they will hold up year round!
This Halloween be the cat's meow. Create this cat mask and no one will know it's you. Using acrylics, rhinestones and a boa this DIY mask can be the hit of the night.
With Krylon Glitter Blast Glitter Paint and a craft foam ball, you can easily make beautiful Halloween decorations. Using Krylon paint is simple and fun! With elegant Halloween decorations like this Fancy Spider, you're party will sparkle!
This fanged cat pumpkin will glow this Halloween without any need for carving. Using craft foam, papier mache and pumpkins you can decorate your home any Halloween season.
Frame your favorite Halloween photo with color and glitter in a bat-themed frame. This is a great accessory to decorate your house with during the spooky Halloween month.
If you're looking for fall craft ideas, why not try these Festive Die-Cut Twine Leaves? Choose twine in various shades of orange, yellow, brown and red for a warm autumn palette. Then use your die-cut leaves to embellish cards or even decorate the table for Thanksgiving.
Keep in touch and make a statement with festive Halloween cards. Whether saying hello or celebrating a milestone, this Halloween craft is sure to put a smile on anyone's face.
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!
Parents and kids together can create this spooktacular halloween candy jar with Glue Dots, some paint, black paper and a few embellishments. Try this great kids halloween craft project.
Use some spare fabric and a few cardboard boxes to create a fun Frankenstein costume for Halloween. Find this project and 34 other kids Halloween costumes in Cute and Easy Costumes for Kids by Emma Hardy.