Sunday, October 30, 2011

Halloween Crafts

Here are some Halloween Crafts we found ....

Yarn Spider Web Balls

Craftberry Bush spider web balls
Find out how to make these spooky yarn
spider web balls at Craftberry Bush.

Cereal Box Haunted House

FunLab Blog cereal box haunted house
FunLab shows you how to make a haunted house
from a cereal box and even provides a free template
if you don't want to design your own.

Paper Spider Webs Tutorial

Omiyage Blogs spiderweb kirigamiOmiyage has a tutorial that shows you how to fold 
and cut spider webs from paper - if you can make a 
paper snowflake you can make these colorful 
paper spider webs!

Mummy Treat Jars

Craft-O-Maniac mummy treat jars
These mummy treat jars or candle holders are
 so easy to make for such fantastic results!
Get the instructions at Craft-O-Maniac.

Paper Plate Halloween Silhouette

MyChinet halloween crafts 1
The Chinet site has some great Halloween craft
ideas that use Chinet paper plates. My favorite is
this haunted house silhouette (there's a free template)
but check out the other ideas too.
The Party Animal jack pops

Natural Suburbia witch's broomstick
mini witch broomsticks 
Natural Suburbia 

Busy Bee Kids Crafts tp roll mummy
toilet paper roll mummy 
Busy Bee Kids Crafts 
Just Something I Made haunted house templates
haunted house printable lantern 
Just Something I Made
Pickup Some Creativity paper plate skeleton
paper plate skeleton 
Pickup Some Creativity 
Urban Comfort halloween bone garland
bone garland 
Urban Comfort 

Halloween Window Clings

Pretty cool stuff here. You’ll use privacy control window film to create your clings. The kids can help too by drawing images, then you cut them out and attach to the window! Looks great with the light shining through. Thanks to Kim of D.I.Y. Louisville for sending me this link — Halloween Window Clings Tutorial.

Halloween Pillow Covers

Claire Joyce-Johnson shares a tutorial on Craftzine.com for creating appliqued Halloween pillow covers. Use these removable shams to spice up your decor for the holiday, then tuck them away for next year. Brilliant! Now I want a set of shams for each season and holiday! Go to the blog post for the tute and the link to the PDF patterns.

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