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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.
Next are the ladies from Frugelegance wtih a way to add some spooky to your bathroom decor. Click here to make a pumpkin soap dispenser of your very own.
Giving a few gifts this Halloween? Be sure to make some little gift tags like these from Artistic Endeavors. They have a little pouch for you to add a small gift!
I am a huge Harry Potter fan and so it Albion Gould. She made an imitation Harry Potter Mandrake for her Halloween decor and you can make one just like this by clicking here.
Need a great centerpiece for your table this Halloween season? Click here and see how Lisa Stuff n Such turned a dollar store pumpkin into this centerpiece.
I love a great edible craft! Make these homemade Oreo spiders this Halloween and send to your child’s classroom. The kids will eat them up and love every minute of it!
The lovely Jen Gallacher never disappoints and she is back with some gorgeous Halloween jars. Click here to read more on her blog Insitefull Living.
Want to dress up your cat or dog this Halloween? Try this fun bow tie project from Hydrangea Hippo. Just look how dapper her cat looks in it!
Head on over to 30 Minute Crafts today to see how to make these simple spider snacks. These look cute and they are so so so easy to make!
In case you missed it, I posted this morning on how to make your own Frozen Elsa crown. Click here to print the template and get started on your own.
Get these easy Halloween crafts and more on our quick and easy crafts Pinterest board. Stay tuned for the big round up tomorrow and get all of these great quick crafts in one post!