Halloween is almost here! I love scoping out clearance sections for deals on seasonal decor. My favorites are Target, Williams-Sonoma, Bath & Body Works and Kohl's - unfortunately, it can be hit or miss at times. Sometimes, stores will have great looking decor at winning prices, and other times, they seem to market cheaply made or too-trendy items that aren't even worth purchasing at 90% off. An easy way to add items to your seasonal collection is to make your own.
I found Kathleen's tutorial, wherein she used styrofoam pumpkins, a hole saw, glue and glitter to create shimmery, pumpkin candle holders. Hello?! Candles? GLITTER? Sign me up. I got lucky, and found these silver, glittered craft pumpkins, so all they needed was a little saw action. BOOM! Done.
For an easy, Halloween countdown, I purchased a large, foam pumpkin and covered it in chalkboard spray. We update it daily, with a liquid chalk pen.
Have you seen these vampire pumpkins, that Martha's team created? Here's my version - minus the map tacks, and with foam pumpkins instead of the real deal.
Allie had such a great idea, with these spider magnets - they were so cheap and simple to make. I purchased a bag of spider rings, and clipped off the ring portion. Then, I took a pack of magnets and cut them down, using hot glue to affix them to the back of the spiders. You can arrange them any way you like!
What crafts have you created for Halloween?
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