Ready to make some DIY Pillows? Check out our simple Halloween Pillows! Sharing the iron on pillow templates and how to make them!
Are you hosting a Halloween party for your kids this year? Are you in charge of Halloween party games for your child’s classroom party? Are you in need of some fresh and new Halloween ideas? We have got you covered!
Today we rounded up a few ideas to put some fun into your Halloween party or just to share with your own goblins and ghouls.
Are you a fan of candy corn? I just love the colors, it gets me excited for Fall and Halloween. So, I started looking for Candy Corn Crafts and Treats around the web and I just couldn’t seem to stop. There are so many Candy Corn Crafts and Treats out there! I could of kept going but I limited to these ones below. Check them out!
Halloween is almost here! Do you have an upcoming annual Halloween party you are starting to plan for? Are you trying to think of something creative to serve or to make this year? If you’re looking for Halloween Mummy Crafts and Treats, look no further. Here are some creepy Halloween ideas to try this year. Check them out!
Do you love Halloween as much as I do? Are you looking for some inspirations to set the mood for those trick-or-treaters this Halloween? Well, I have got you covered with these simple and unique DIY Outdoor Halloween Decorations. I am loving the Floating Witch’s Hat and the Creepy Spiders Sacs!
Get ready for Halloween with these 25 DIY Pumpkin Decorating Ideas. From covering your pumpkin with lace or dipping them in paint, these ideas are sure to get you in the Halloween spirit. There are even some ideas that are easy enough that the kids can help you out. So which one are you going to start with first?
Fall is my very favorite season and I have asked a few of my favorite bloggers to share some of their fall favorites here with you. I am so excited to have Michael Wurm, Jr. from Inspired by Charm here sharing 12 FABULOUS Halloween Crafts using pages from old books as part of The Idea Room Fall Festival!
Using the word processing program on my computer, I selected one of the clip art images and printed it on the book page taped to the card stock.
No. 7: Candlestick Wrap
Thank you so much Michael! You can bet I am coming to your party. Thanks for setting a place for me at the table! If you have not stopped over to Michael’s site you really need to. He has some amazing recipes and all sorts of fun things he shares. You will not be sorry! –Amy
Fall is my very favorite season and I have asked a few of my favorite bloggers to share some of their fall favorites here with you. I am so excited to have Ashley and Whitney from Shanty 2 Chic sharing their classy Fall Front Porch Pumpkin Plantar as part of The Idea Room Fall Festival!
Hey there! We are the Shanty Sisters (Ashley and Whitney) from Shanty2chic and we are so thrilled that Amy asked us to share a fun, fall project with you all!
Our latest shopping trip included an Ikea clearance item that we “shantied up” and repurposed for a front porch fall display!
It is some sort of bath stool/storage but we thought it would make the perfect “planter style box” for a front porch
Assembled without the top. It only took 3 minutes to put together! Score!!
We added four wooden finials, that you can purchase at Lowe’s, to each corner. These finials are a favorite of ours
To attach them to the corners, we pre-drilled a small hole for each finial to screw into.
another quick 3-4 minutes
We finished it with 1 coat of Rust-oleum Espresso spray paint in satin and filled it with cute pumpkins
We spent $20 on this project, completed it in 20 minutes and we now have a versatile piece for our front porch displays, year-round! Thank you so much to Amy for asking us to share with you all today! We hope you enjoyed our fall project and hope that you join us on our blog www.shanty-2-chic.com!
Here is our collection of Halloween Projects, Recipes and Printables.
Feel free to click on the links of each project you are interested in learning more about!
I love projects that are simple to make and cost next to nothing to create. This Halloween Apothecary is one such project. Learn how to make this Halloween DIY Decor.
I saw some fun labels for 2-liter soda bottles here but didn’t want to pay for any. Cheap, I know! I figured someone has to have some somewhere on this internet. Sure enough I came across Johnny Love and his website Love Manor. You can go to his site and then to his Flickr page and download them for free!! I just resized them and printed them out!
I found an apothecary jars at Michael’s with my 40% coupon. For the other jars, one is a pickle jar, vinegar bottle, salad dressing bottle and a 2-liter of fruit punch. (Some of the lids weren’t black, so I spray painted them). I found the rubber body parts at Robert’s two years ago at the end of season clearance for $2.
I found my eyeball candy at Shopko but have seen them lots of places. The poison jar is just water with green food coloring.
I did make a change to the werewolf eyeball label. It actually read werewolf hair, but I changed it in Photoshop so I could display the candy eyeballs.
Johnny Love has many more labels to choose from. Thanks Johnny Love!
Looking for some fun and easy Halloween crafts?
Halloween is right around the corner. Here is a cute and easy Halloween crafts and decoration you can make in less than a half an hour.
You will need a glass block (mine measured 7 1/2 inches) with a hole drilled in the bottom (I found mine at Ben Franklin),
2 sheets of green Vellum paper
a Frankenstein silhouette
Click here for Download: Frankenstein Silhouette
**Edit–Print the Frankenstein on a laser printer or copy it to prevent the ink from smearing when using the Mod Podge.
Take your green Velum and cut each piece into a square measuring 6 3/4 inches x 6 3/4 inches. Modge Podge them onto each flat section of glass (front and back). After allowing it to dry, take your Frankenstein silhouette that you have cut out of black paper and Modge Podge it onto the front of the glass.
It is a really simple way to adding to your Halloween decor.