Every year about a week into school, the discussions start. “I might to do a group costume.”, “I’ve been thinking about being something scary this year.” “Do we still have that black wig?” And it goes on for weeks! We like, Martha Stewart, really love Halloween. Gotten pretty good at it over the years too. So thought I’d share my best Halloween projects & 16 other wickedly wonderful ones I curated from Hometalk. Repurposes, a neighborhood game, spooky decor and a treat for kids big & small. Add one or more of these Halloween projects to your holiday this year for the best Halloween ever!
This pumpkin candle from a juice bottle is probably my favorite Halloween project.
It is not just precious, but also holds great memories for me & my girls. Click on over for the easy tutorial & see why.
Boo’ing is an awesome way to kick off the Halloween season in your ‘hood. Kids LOVE receiving the BOO, but even enjoy BOO’ing others more. Click on over for the game and printables so you can start the tradition in your neighborhood.
My mummy wrap candle is another craft kids can do along with you.
We have made this craft with a crowd of sugared up kids after trick or treating & had a ball. The tutorial is easy & supply list short.
No lack of sugar on Halloween, so just going with the flow with my Sweet Spooky Skewers. Everything is more fun on a stick! Cut up brownies, marshmallows rolled in sprinkles & a Halloween Peep on top. Easy & festive!
These repurposes are so creative, spooky and the perfect answer to taking your Halloween up a notch. Click thru to the post & all the tutorials.
Halloween might not be a hot topic at your house yet. But it probably will be soon, so get a head start with these Halloween projects.
Here are even more inspiring ideas for Halloween decorations.
And if you are really ambitious or Halloween is not your favorite holiday, get a jump start on Christmas with Treetopia. I am very tempted by their festive color trees. Gold maybe?
Where does Halloween rank in your list of holidays? ** Kelly **