Halloween is just around the corner and it is sooo fun to decorate for! Get started now with these easy and creative Halloween crafts that you can whip up in no time.
Find the tutorials by clicking on the links or the images.
1. Ghostly book pages by BHG:
First of all, I love decorating with books anyway. Second, these friendly book page ghosts make such a cute Halloween decoration. A bonus is that this craft is so easy to make.
2. Halloween poison bottles by 36th Avenue:
This is a great time to pull out some of your vintage bottle collection or any fun looking bottles that you can find. The labels for these were actually stickers purchased at Target but you can also find printables online that can be mod podged onto a bottle. See a fun example at the Graphics Fairy.
3. Silhouette witch window frame by Lolly Jane:
Another item that I love to decorate with are old window frames. This is a fun way to deck one out for the Halloween holiday.
4. A bowl full of pumpkins by Good Housekeeping:
A simple but impactful idea for Halloween decorating is to just fill a rustic bowl with mini pumpkins that are wrapped in festive ribbon.
5. Rustic Halloween bunting by Cut Out And Keep:
I love the idea of using actual leaves to make a Halloween banner. It’s perfect for a Fall holiday. See the technique that is used to make this easy to do by clicking on the photo.
6. Rustic wooden candy corn banner by Shaken Together Life:
This next banner is also cute with it’s simple design representing candy corn.
7. Framed spooky wall art by Tidy Mom:
Another Halloween craft using book pages…..simple, chic and just a little spooky!
8. Mason jar jack-o-lanterns by Creating Laura:
Mason jars make perfect jack-o-lanterns to light a path up to your door. See how easy they are to make!
9. Yarn candy corn by Thrifty Decor Chick:
If you are more into sweet than you are spooky, than this Halloween craft is a perfect choice. The yarn wrapped cones will have you dreaming of candy corn throughout the Fall season.
10. Book of spells by AC Moore:
These books are made from foam sheets. You could also cover some old books that you wish to recycle.
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