Delight your friends and Trick-or-Treaters this Halloween!
I have been saving toilet paper and paper towel tubes all month just for this. So wicked cool!
You will need, empty tubes, scissors and a glow sticks in red or green.
Cut spooky eyes into the tubes with your scissors. Get creative and think of the eyes on a traditional Jack-O-Lantern. Then "activate" your glow sticks and place inside the tube. Cover both ends of the tubes with black duct tape if you have it. This will keep the glow stick in place and keep the light concentrated to just emit from the eyes. Put these outside in front of your home, in your pots, bushes, tree's, maybe in your graveyard!
Every Year for Halloween, I always put up my traditional spider web. As you can see, I've gotten quite good at stretching the cotton web! Of course it helps to have stucco to act as anchors for the clingy material. :)
I have always wanted to make one of these spider sac's. I hung it in the corner above the door and placed some large, extra creepy spiders above it.
Here's a great craft you can do for less than $10! The above houses can be found at your local Dollar Tree store for $1 each. You'll find that the paint detail on them is really is really sloppy, don't worry about that...just make sure there are no chips or cracks on them before you buy them. Then head over to your favorite place to buy spray paint. I buy mine from Walmart. Pick up a can of "Flat Black" Krylon, indoor/ outdoor paint. Spray paint your houses outside. Make sure to place them on newspaper, maybe in a box. Let dry completely before handling or your fingers will leave impressions.
I have a little black tinsel tree that was looking so bare until I made
up these resin skull ornaments! Just the right size and full of enough
"spook" for Halloween!
To get started, you will need Amazing Casting Resin, Alumilite Black dye,
a craft sheet or wax paper to work on, quick release spray made for
resin crafts, a skull ice cube tray, scissors, wire, a dixie cup, stir
stick, e-6000 and rhinestones.
I know this is not a Halloween card, but I wanted to share this with you anyways. Christmas is just around the corner and if you are like me, you could you all the help you can get! Right? :)
I made this card with a few vintage goodies and some Robins Nest items. Visit their bloghere for the "how-to" or just hop along the link list below.
Welcome! All through October I will be posting halloweing idea's to get you in the mood.
Today this post is about my friend Jaime has decorated her miniature Faerie garden with some Halloween flair. Enjoy!
Most of these items can be found anywhere doll house or Christmas villages are sold.
All month long, I'll be posting Halloween craft idea's because I LOVE Halloween so much and want to help inspire you to love it too! Some idea's will be past ones I've posted here on my blog, some will be brand new for the year and others will be borrowed from a friend or two. :)
Above is a really simple but great idea for kids to make.
It's "no-carve-pumpkin-faces" by Jessica Okui of Zakka Life.
Visit her blog for the full tutorial!
If you or someone you know would like to have a Halloween idea featured on my blog...please drop me a line! You don't need to have a blog, just great photos!
But if you do have a blog, please add my button (see top of this post) to your blog with a link back to mine.
Thanks and I hope to hear from you soon!