Halloween Craft Tutorial Round Up

I’m not sure what it is about Halloween that I love, but it ranks pretty high on my list.

It could be the excitement that I see on my kiddos’ faces, as they change their minds over and over again while trying to decide on a costume, or the way their eyes twinkle, thinking about how much candy they hope to gather while trick-or-treating.

It could be the ever changing home decor that comes with all the fall/winter holidays. Somehow my house feels even more like a home when it’s dressed in its holiday best.

Or it could be simply that I know November is around the corner.

Any way you look at it, I love Halloween.

Take a peek below at some of my favorite spooktacular projects and hopefully you’ll fall for all things haunted as well!


Nikki, In Stitches

1. Simple Halloween Wreath {Just Add Glue!}

Not only is this the easiest wreath you’ll ever make, the post will give you quite a chuckle. (Admit it. When craft supplies are on sale, you just can’t say no!) Click here to get your giggles.

2. 5 Simple Projects Needed To Create Your Halloween Display {And 3 Tips For Making It Last Throughout The Holiday Season}

Ah, yes. You’re the person that would like to decorate, but you’re also the person that realizes in December, when it’s time to put up the Christmas decor, that “Whoops!” the pumpkins, witches, and ghosts aren’t going to put themselves away! My post from last year gives you some great tips for extending the life of your fall decor, plus a video guide for simply “Boo!”tiful decorations!

3. Halloween “Pins” and Needles

And here is where I stash all of the ideas I haven’t gotten to and dream of creating for next year! (Hmmm….I hear my craft store’s clearance rack calling my name!)

*BONUS! There are even more Halloween DIY’s here on the blog! Click here for a full list! Happy Crafting!

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