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Watch out! This EEK Sign is sure to keep you on your toes! With lots of little eyes peeking out of all the bends and corners of this sign, this cute Halloween decor is fun and easy to make. Forget the wreath! This cute sign is all you need on your door!
This cute Halloween tee shirt is perfect for guys and ghouls! Make a Ghostly Ghoul Shirt for yourself or your little one for a costume that's easy to make and easy on the budget. This costume is also school safe for dress up day!
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.
Set the mood for a spooky Halloween with these Glowing Ghosts. Made with soft clay and an LED light, these cute Halloween decorations are perfect for hanging from your trees or using to decorate your table.
This adorably spooky clay pot witch comes bearing a special treat... an air freshener for your home. All you need to create this do it yourself Halloween craft is some STYROFOAM Brand Foam, a clay pot and craft wire.
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.
Halloween isn't very far away, so why not get a jump start on your Halloween art projects? This Candy Corn Tee Shirt is the perfect place to start. Try sewing a few for your kids and see how cute they look!
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!
Chris is a writer, web designer and work at home Dad, he and operates a party blog called Themeaparty.com. While not planning parties or making crafts and games with his kids, he'll be harvesting jalapenos in his organic garden or working on monster props for Halloween.