Looking for something fun to give out at a Halloween party? This quick and easy craft can be made in minutes. My build a monster cookie kit is a fun activity and a treat all in one little package. Grab a few simple ingredients and the free printable tag and make your own version of this kit this year.
Want to freak out your neighborhood this Halloween? Or maybe just the kids? Make this freaky face mask with face paint in just a few minutes. This post is sponsored by I Love to Create in conjunction with Crafty Hangouts. You just need to grab some face paint from I Love To Create to get started making your own version of this mask.
Okay. I love Halloween. I love decorating for Halloween. I love creeping out the neighbors. I am that girl. If you are too, you will want to follow along as I create some paper lantern hanging ghosts below and show you how to hang them. Hanging them should be easy right? It is now! This post is brought to you by 3M Command products new outdoor product line and let me tell you I am thrilled. I can now dress up my outdoor areas as must as I want then take it down at the end of the season without damaging any surfaces.
We are gearing up for Halloween around here and I thought I would round up my eyeball party ideas. Grab a few or more of these ideas to throw the ultimate Halloween party. There will be eyes in the food, decor, and more! Make your home the spookiest on the block!
Y’all came make these Halloween gift bags with items you can find at the dollar store. Grab some supplies and dress up any gift or favor that you plan to give this Halloween. My spooky gift bags are sure to be the hit of the party.
I have a couple of great fall themed centerpieces for you today. Grab the same basic elements and use them to change from Halloween to Thanksgiving and back again. You could probably come up with more ideas for other seasons as well.
Craft Lightning was amazing last week! I am here to round up over 45 easy Halloween crafts that were shared throughout the week. All of these crafts take 15 minutes or less to make. No excuses y’all! You do have time to get creative and make something this Halloween!
It is time to wrap up the Craft Lightning Halloween edition with the last of our easy Halloween crafts. Don’t fear as I will wrap up the entire series for you tomorrow. If you can’t wait, be sure to check out the round ups from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. Now onto the easy crafts for today.
Kicking off today is the amazing Cyn with Creative Cynchronicity. These ghosts in a jar are right up my alley and so darn simple to make. Click here to get the how to from Cyn.
Today I am going to show you how to make an Elsa crown from the amazing Frozen movie. We are big fans of the movie around here and I knew I could whip up this crown in 15 minutes or less. This is a part of the Craft Lightning series this week and you can see more easy Halloween crafts on the round ups from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. This is also part of an 80 handmade costume blog hop. That is right! Scroll to the bottom of this post to get tons of ideas for making your own Halloween costumes.
Craft Lightning is winding down but we still have plenty of easy Halloween crafts left to go. The features from day 4 are below. If you are just joining, Craft Lightning is where we challenge bloggers to craft in 15 minutes or less. You can see the features from day 1, day 2, and day 3 to catch up. Then browse the day 4 features below.
First up is Happiness is Homemade with a sugar scrub recipe that looks amazing! Whip up a batch or two of this to give as gifts this holiday season or just to use yourself.