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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.
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.
A gunmetal mesh chain and 3-D bat charm create a gothic bracelet perfect for Halloween. You can also replace the bat charm with a skull bead or other Halloween theme.
Celebrate Halloween with these fun hanging hat earrings. The Halloween bat earrings are simple to make for those new to jewelry craft.
Learn how to make a bags game of your very own! This Fun Fall Bag Toss Game would be a hit at a Halloween party or a great way to enjoy pleasant autumn days before it gets too cold.
Dress your child's lunchbox up this Halloween. This silly faced pumpkin is sure to put a smile on their face. Using metal paint and acrylics you can have this cute lunchbox ready in ten easy steps.
Use glow-in-the-dark iron on thread to add ghost(s) to a black Halloween vest. This simple project makes for a quick and easy Halloween outfit.
Transform these petal pots into spooky boxes of goodies for the kids or to display your Halloween treats at the costume party.
Use a variety of adhesives to create your Aleene's Make Your Own Repositionable Rhinestone Applique. Halloween crafts for adults can be both appropriate and fun at the same time. Get creative and make a sparkly spider.
Craft a Halloween invitation with matching party favors in a candy corn theme. The card, favor box and treat bag are simple paper crafts that create a cute and coordinated Halloween theme.
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!
Halloween is so popular its the one time for all to dress up differently than they ever would on any given day. Dress as Hulk Hogan this year.
Count down the days to Halloween with this adorable Countdown to Halloween Calendar. Fill each hole with a treat and celebrate the sweetness of fall all month long!
Goodie getting has never been more colorful with this quick and easy project. Have a great Halloween using fashion paints, glitter and pipe cleaners.
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.
Use iron-on threads to get an embroidered look on this spooky Halloween mask without all the hassle. It's easy. No skill required. Disguise yourself this Halloween.
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.
A ghost peaks out from behind the window of a haunted house in this unique Halloween card. This impressive Halloween card is simple to create with die-cut shapes. It's quick and easy so have at it!
Invite friends and family to a Halloween party with this fun black cat Halloween card spelling out "Beware." With die-cut shapes, this Halloween card is a snap to make.
This decorative Halloween craft can be used as a treat bag, wall hanging or door hanger. Put together this festive craft in time for trick-or-treating and halloween decor.
Cook up something spooky in this apron embellished with ghosts. It's easy to make and you can even steer clear of messy candy this year by wearing your boo crew apron to give out candy to trick-or-treaters this Halloween.
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.
These fun and easy to make decorative treats are a halloween staple. With only a lollipop, tissues, string and a marker, kids and adults alike can enjoy creating the dressed-up candy.
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.
Show your neighbors your love for the season with a fun and easy craft. This easy Halloween garland can brighten up any space, big or small.