Canning Ring Jar
You can use all of the Mason jar lids lying around to make this amazing craft!
Get the tutorial at Yellow Bliss Road
Reflective paint is this spectral mirror’s secret.
Lace Wrapped Candles
Cast a few dark shadows with those glamorous candles. Just cut a length of lace, lay it on a paper plate, and brush on nontoxic, nonflammable black tempera paint. Roll a pillar, taper, or votive across the trim to pick up the pattern. Don’t worry if the transfer is imperfect – a slightly decayed look up ups the elegance. Then, let the paint dry for at least an hour before lighting the candle.
Devil horns may be the stuff of nightmares, but this clever project is a dream to make. just print this artwork. Cut out the horns, and place them, face down, atop a freshly ironed pillowcase – positioned four inches below the top seam and centered horizontally, as shown. iron on the horns, following the package instructions, and peel away the backing.
This eerie wreath is made from plain old crepe paper streamers.
Creepy Candle Craft
Afraid of the dark? Illuminate the night with these marvelously macabre candle holders.
For an autumn table, carve out tiny pumpkins and insert scent-free votive candles. This festive decoration can be used for Halloween parties, as well as Thanksgiving feasts.
Blogger Jessica created these beautiful, dramatic spider webs out of black garbage bags. To make your own, you’ll need a black Sharpie, a pair of scissors, some tape, and easy-to-follow.
Get the tutorial at How About Orange.
No witch’s home would be complete without an apothecary of snake oil, Newt’s eye, toadstool, and raven feet. These DIY bottles were made using plastic vitamin bottles, hot glue, and several coats of black and brown chalk paint.
Get the tutorial at Magia Mia