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Making Spooky TP Tube CandlesThis is a page about spooky candles. All you need are some TP tubes, hot glue, paint, and battery operated votives to make these spooky candles. They are easy to make and a perfect addition to your Halloween decorations.
How to Make a Silhouette Pumpkin Halloween CardThis is a page about silhouette pumpkin halloween card. These awesome cards are made out of items you likely have laying around the house. You can also scrapbooking papers in place of the ribbon.
Making a Halloween Seasonal FrameThis is a page about making Halloween seasonal frames. These easy to make photo frames are a great kids craft. You can add a magnet to use them on the fridge and customize them any way you want.
Making a Puppy Halloween Costume for a BabyThis is a page about making a puppy Halloween costume for a baby. Need a last minute baby Halloween costume? Here is an easy way to turn a simple onsie into an adorable puppy Halloween costume.
Making Scrap Wood Halloween DecorationsThis is a page about scrap wood Halloween decorations. With a little creativity and some paint, you can turn scrap wood into all kinds of Halloween decorations. These pumpkins are great porch decorations.
Bottle Cap Pumpkin StampingThis is a page about bottle cap pumpkin stamping. A bottle camp is used as a simple stamp to make these cute pumpkins. This is a great kids craft too!
Making Cheesecloth GhostsThis is a page about making cheesecloth ghosts. Cheesecloth is the perfect material to make spooky ghosts out of. Here are a few different ways to make cheesecloth ghosts, to add to your Halloween decorations.
Making a Halloween "Trick or Treat" CardAlthough Halloween is generally seen as a holiday characterized by candy, costumes, and parties, making and giving handmade cards is a fun addition to the day. This is a page about making a Halloween "trick or treat" card.
Green Apple MonstersAren't these little monsters adorable? They're mostly fruit, so you won't feel too bad munching on them. Play around with their teeth and eye spacing to give them each some character. After slicing the apples, this would be a great edible craft for kids. Have fun!
Halloween Tin Can LanternsPut your old tin cans to use is by turning them into lanterns. Simply punch holes into them, then place candles or LED lights inside. If your tin cans are on the thin side, before starting, fill the cans with water then freeze overnight. This will keep the cans from bending when you're punching holes into them.