DIY Skull Centerpiece
Tired of the typical blood, gore, tombstones, and spiderwebs that comprise the Halloween décor centers of department stores nationwide? Look no further, we have the perfect alternate option. Hallow…
DIY Halloween Doormat – With Free Stencil
You never know what’s behind closed doors, especially on Halloween night! Warn passersby of the fright that might appear inside your home with this “Enter if you dare” coir doormat. An iron gate i…
DIY CARDBOARD SKULL
DIY cardboard skull costume by Zygote Brown Designs. Great for Halloween or Day of the dead celebrations. Get the template and follow the video.
DIY Halloween Globe Luminary
On Halloween night Jack-o-lanterns and their goofy grins or scary expressions fill front porch steps around the neighborhood. Don’t just keep up with the Joneses and their Halloween decorations bu…
Plastic Pumpkin Stone Makeover - Crafty Morning
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DIY Clay Trinket Dish
Get ready for spooky season in your own custom style. Whether you are celebrating Fall, Halloween of Day of the Dead, we'll show you how to create a catch-all to match all.
DIY Zombie Terrarium
It’s the time of year to start getting your house ready for spooky season. We have a DIY project that will help your decorations really come alive. Recreate a tiny zombie apocalypse in a mas…
11 DIY Halloween Decorations
For some Halloween isn’t just a holiday celebrated on October 31st. For them, Halloween is a lifestyle. We’re happy to be part of that group. If you’re like us and you’re co…
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Your Halloween décor will be the cat’s meow with this kid-friendly papercrafting project! 1) Plan out desired design on graph paper. Every box will represent one link in the paper chain. 2) Cut construction paper into strips, and glue ends together to make chains. TIP: Glue sticks work best for this project. 3) To allow the curtain rod to slide through, glue every other link (on the top row only) to the link below it. 4) Slide everything on the curtain rod and hang it up.
Spider Web Maze
Spider Web Maze: I was asked this year to help put on the first kids not so spooky Halloween event for my city. They needed an attraction that the kids would be talking about and make them want to come back the following year when they could expand the event and mak…