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.
The fabulous Jen Goode with 100 Directions is back again this month with a free printable for y’all. This time she has made a printable place card that you can customize with your own words. I love that! Download the cards below, add words, and even a little paint!
Whether you are decorating your table or a labeling items on a dinner buffet, Thanksgiving place cards are a really nice detail you can make easily. When you are creating your table place settings, add a little name card to each setting to personalize your decor. If you don’t want to tell everyone where to sit, you could also use a name card to leave an inspiring quote or thoughtful message. Today I’m sharing a free place card printable you can use to add a personal detail to your Thanksgiving gathering.
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.
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.
Turn a case of mason jar into a trick or treat Halloween party game. This fun game is actually a trick AND a treat! Guests choose one jar for a surprise. The jars are filled with tasty treats that are labeled as gory Halloween tricks. Let the fun begin! This post is sponsored by Online Labels however all projects and opinions are my own. This post is part of the Craft Lightning series where we are posting easy Halloween crafts all week. If you have missed any of the fun, be sure to check out the round ups from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4.
It is time for Craft Lightning week again! My Halloween jar luminaries are kicking off a week of crafts that take 15 minutes or less to make. Each morning I will post an original tutorial and each afternoon I will post a round up of great quick and easy crafts from our blog partners for this series. Speaking of blog partners, 30 Minute Crafts is my main partner in crime for this series so don’t miss any of her great quick crafts this week as well. This post is a part of my design team status with DecoArt where I am compensated for my participation. However all projects and opinions are my own. If you missed any of the fun this week, be sure to check out the round ups from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4.
I have some amazing and cute Frankenstein wood crafts for you today. You can make a Frankenstein pin or cupcake topper for Halloween in just a few minutes with products from Minwax. They are sponsoring this series of posts on Crafty Hangouts so if you want to see tons of fun wood crafts be sure to click over. I decided to do a Halloween theme with my project.
What do you do when you want to light up your porch for Halloween but don’t want plain old orange pumpkins? Grab some black card stock, metallic paint, and make these Halloween luminary bags. The perfect addition to your front porch for a Halloween party or to guide those trick or treaters. Be sure to check out even more Halloween crafts that can be made with your Cricut at the bottom of this post as well. I am posting this as part of a design space star competition that is being held by Cricut Explore™ however all projects and opinions are my own.
The amazing Jen Goode is back today with an eyeball printable for Halloween. Make these eyeball cupcake toppers or tons of other party decor ideas! I have my eye on you! Be sure to follow Jen’s blog 100 Directions for tons of great crafts and free printables.
Add some eyeballs to a every day cupcake and you’ll have yourself a spooky fun treat perfect for a Halloween party. Today I have a cut eyeball printable page you can use to create all kinds of Halloween decor including these yummy eyeball cupcakes. Just download and print the page, cut out the eyeballs and you’re ready to go!