Inside: Dress your planner up for Halloween with these sassy and silly DIY candy corn stickers. Full video instructions on how to make Halloween planner stickers for your planner with a Xyron sticker maker. Are you so ready for Halloween? This year I am all about the candy corn – it doesn’t taste great but it sure is cute. When I saw these fun candy
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Inside: Create a drop dead gorgeous fall front door with a few easy steps and your Cricut Maker. Your neighbors will think Martha decorated your front porch! This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine. A few years ago, I went to a magical Halloween night in Utah at a place called Gardner Village.
Inside: How to create a Beetlejuice Halloween tree display and black wreath for your home, office, or Halloween party. Nothing screams “Halloween” more than Beetlejuice! This classic 80s movie’s been showing up on tees on the backs of mallrats everywhere. So when Treetopia asked me to decorate a “scary” room with Christmas Trees for Halloween, the only choice was “the ghost with the most”: Beetlejuice!
Whether you love them or hate it, candy corn is a quintessential Halloween candy. Honestly, I don’t eat the stuff but everyone’s heart swells for all things Halloween when we see candy corn. Some of our family’s memories revolve around Halloween parties but planning a party that BOTH adults and kids can enjoy is a challenge. Since October 30 is National Candy Corn Day, we
Everybody is using water beads this year to make crafts and DIY projects. Have you seen the fun YouTube videos?! Water beads are super easy to use and are perfect for holiday decor, like Halloween. This Halloween season, it seems like candy corn is big trend so I decided to make a trio of candy corn inspired vases using water beads from Gemnique. With water beads, you
We’re excited to be participating in the Halloween edition of Craft Lightning, which is all crafts that can be made in 15 minutes or less. These “creepy hands” make great mantle decor, creepy centerpieces, and are perfect in a candy bowl. You can find paper mache hands and shapes at most craft stores at this time of year. The technique we’ll use to make these
There’s something about the look of distressed, rustic wood that can look spooky for Halloween, country for fall, and sophisticated for Thanksgiving. Today I am sharing 3 wood projects using Walnut Hollow’s new Halloween wood shapes from Walnut Hollow. I received the product in this post for free from the sponsors Walnut Hollow and Clearsnap. This post contains affiliate links. This year Walnut Hollow came
You can express your scary side without wearing a costume at all. Today I am sharing four DIY accessories you can make this Halloween and to wear all year long. These edgy and fun DIY Halloween jewelry tutorials are easy to make and each one has a video to go along with it. Post contains affiliate links. DIY Stud Bracelet Take a leather bracelet to the
A couple weeks ago I ran a costume clinic at the Charity Wings Art Center. Katie and I were available to help people create, repair, and reimagine their Halloween costumes. We helped sew a dress for a Big Trouble in Little China costume, made an owl with a girl to go with her Harry Potter costume, made a Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory inspired
When Katie and I were dreaming up Halloween costumes for this year, the previews for Sharknado 3″ Oh Hello No! were showing on TV. We just find that whole Sharknado thing to be roll on the floor hilarious so how could we NOT make a Sharknado costume. Plastic sharks, some tie dye, and some fluffy stuff, BAM! Costume. It ended up being that easy! Here’s our