This bat chandelier is inspired by one that Pottery Barn Kids had for sale a few years ago. Their version had felt bats (and you could do that too!) Their version also had pom-poms, which are not spooky enough for me, but feel free to add them if you love the way it looks!
Here’s what you’ll need:
–black card stock or you can use stiff black felt, or pre-cut paper bats
–black craft paint
–white colored pencil if you use felt you may need a white seamstress marker instead
–embroidery hoops in three sizes you can make your chandelier as big or small as you want by the size of your hoops
–black tape wash tape or electrical tape
–black quilting thread
Looking to do something different this Halloween? If so, you might want to grab some pumpkins and try your hand at some of the great pumpkin-based sports rounded up by Inventor Spot. Of course, you’ll have to have a pretty giant pumpkin to try racing in a pumpkin paddling contest, so if you’re not a seriously skilled pumpkin farmer or someone with enough money to buy a pumpkin large enough to boat in, that option’s pretty much out, but the other five are ones pretty much anyone can do.
It’s almost Halloween and you know what that means!!! TIME FOR PUMPKINS!
Every year I look forward to buying tons of plastic pumpkins and create new designs. I like the artificial pumpkins for the simple fact that they will last forever, well not really but you get the point.
Tulip created an amazing glow in the dark paint and it worked perfect for this project. This craft is great for kids to do and you will watch the amazement on their face when you put them under or near a black light! Let’s get started!
You will need:
Tulip Glow in the Dark Paint
If you’re looking for an easy and affordable way to decorate your home for Halloween, make these luminaries using tin cans! Place them along your walkway or front steps to light the way on Halloween. So cute and charming!
What You’ll Need:
There are plenty of ideas of how to create the costume, but finding the materials and being able to afford them was not as expected. Here is a novel costume for you to make. Although, this costume takes some time to make, it was well worth it!
Halloween is coming, and then you will attend the Halloween party. Hurry to prepare for dressing up. Here is a special costume for you to enjoy the Halloween party.
You need prepare a large Styrofoam ball (hollow and in 2 pieces) to use as the top. You can use a foam floral wreath underneath to “sit” on their heads with a ribbon tied under the chin.
In the canine quest to become the alpha dog only one will be able to sit on the Throne of Bones, and that ruler is destined to be Daenerys Targaryen, the mother of dragon.
Between the increasing popularity of Nightmare Before Christmas decorations, Halloween trees and spooky wreaths, Halloween and Christmas are becoming increasingly tied in together. For people who love decorations, but hate putting them up and taking them down, this is a fantastic combination because now you can finally decorate for Halloween and leave your embellishments up all the way through the end of the year. Here are a few great ideas for spooky Christmas decorations.
These days, lots of people are buying adorable, spooky ornaments to spruce up their Halloween trees. While you can always use a regular Christmas tree for this purpose, the green trees don’t look nearly as Halloween-y as black or orange trees. If you want a tree that will work for both Halloween and Christmas though, go for either white or black -both of which work perfectly with a wide variety of ornaments.
Halloween is a time when you get to let your creativity run wild! There are so many things to do for the holiday. You can keep it light and fun or go dark and creepy. The projects we created this year ran the gamut. Here are 10 Halloween Craft ideas.
1. Monogram pumpkin
It’s a cool, dreary day today here in Utah, so I officially deem it Fall. My favorite season! Fall also equates to pumpkins in my book, so I thought I’d post these cute little pretzel pumpkins today.
Aren’t they cute?! Couldn’t be easier either- melt chocolate, color orange, dunk pretzel. OK, there are a few more steps, but really, it’s easy! I love pretzels and chocolate together too- sweet and salty is a great combination.