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Give your old skull a glamorous makeover! With these Halloween craft ideas from Vicki O'Dell, you can learn how to make a glittery skull to decorate for the holiday.
Use plastic canvas to stitch a glowing bag for the trick-or-treater on Halloween. Keep in mind these glow-in-the-dark threads are not a safety-rated reflective material for children. Have your child wear reflectors or carry a flashlight.
Create a boo-tiful handbag 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.
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.
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.
Scare your friends this Halloween with some spooky glowing spiders. Using glow sticks and glow bracelets you can have your lawn or haunted house squirming with big bright spiders.
Create this pencil topper using FIMO® Soft Nightglow clay that's fun all year round! After baking, hold under a light to make him glow.
Goodie getting has never been more colorful with this quick and easy project. Have a great Halloween using fashion paints, glitter and pipe cleaners.
Embellish a wooden mask with gold accents to create a dazzling mask for a Halloween costume or other occasion. This Halloween mask is an intermediate craft project.
Use lace and a touch of gold paint to create a "gilded" princess crown for a homemade Halloween costume or dress-up anytime. A smaller crown would work as decoration for a fairy or doll house or even as a tree ornament.
Paint a ghostly assortment of glass ornaments for a unique Halloween decoration thats ideal for a table centerpiece. Get spooky and creative this Halloween.
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.
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 cute Halloween boo card is the perfect touch anyone can make for the holiday. Learn how to make your own homemade cards with cardstock, ribbon and stamps. In seven easy steps this card can be ready for mailing.
This jack-o-lantern garland is a fun and easy Halloween decoration to make for your home this year. Use this free crochet pattern to make your home extra spooky!
Transform these petal pots into spooky boxes of goodies for the kids or to display your Halloween treats at the costume party.
Dress for Halloween with this fun candy corn necklace featuring "Boo" bead and matching "Boo" earrings. This homemade jewelry set is a great way to complete a Halloween outfit or create a gift for Halloween.
Create a pumpkin or black cat pouch with scraps of felt to hold a small amount of Halloween candy. Kids can wear as a necklace on Halloween and give out to friends as a party favor.
Make a pair of costumes, black cat and mouse, for friends or siblings this Halloween. These homemade Halloween costumes are made inexpensively by embellishing sweatshirts.
These Halloween character containers are adorably spooky! Fill them with candy or popcorn and hand them out as Halloween party favors.
Get dolled up with this Halloween craft. This Halloween Charms Tutorial Video will help you get into the ghoulish spirit.
Use fabric stiffener to create this spooky bat that makes the perfect Halloween decoration.
Get scary and spooky this Halloween with your horns. Guest contributor Danielle sent us a step-by-step guide on how to make these costume horns. Be something crazy this holiday.
This Halloween crochet pumpkin is too cute for words! Using worsted weight yarn and amigurumi crochet technique, this easy crochet pattern will get you ready for Halloween in no time. Make a little guy too for a cute pumpkin family!
Crochet a Halloween wreath with witch hats, pumpkins and spooky spiders. A crochet web and a hanging spider are nice touches in this Halloween wreath crochet pattern.