Repurposed Potion Bottles
Mother and daughter team Jeanette and Leigh, spray painted wine bottles of varying
sizes, and added labels, twine, candle wax, and plastic toys to make these spooky potion vessels.
Get the tutorial at Crafty in Crosby.
Creepy Crystal Balls
Blogger Bev crafted these crystal ball candlesticks using transparency film, clear Christmas ornaments, and candlesticks of varying heights.
Get the tutorial at Flamingo Toes.
Mason Jar Lid Pumpkins
Connect orange spray painted mason jar lids with yarn and place 4-inch cinnamon sticks in the center to create a unique twist on the ordinary pumpkin.
Get the tutorial at The Country Cook.
Easy to make, easy to wear, this crown is assembled with black 12 gauge wire, black tape, and large plastic spiders.
Get the tutorial at Delia Creates.
Pumpkin Tic Tac Toe
Replace X and O with metallic faux pumpkins to turn classic fall decor into a fun game your family will love.
Get the tutorial at Blue I Style.
Pumpkin Spice Mason Jar Candles
Fill your home with the warmth of a classic autumn aroma.
Get the tutorial at She Uncovered.
Keep up ghostly appearances with this witty reflection. Draw a figure on the back of a sheet of frosted window film. Cut out the silhouette, as well as its eyes and mouth, with an X-Acto knife. Apply the film to a mirror, smoothing as you go.
Reclaimed Wood Pumpkins
These pumpkin masterpieces are made from salvaged wood and will look great on your porch all season long.
Get the tutorial at Finding Home Farms
Printable Halloween Apothecary Bottle Labels
These printables will turn simple bottles into an apothecary fit for the spookiest witch. We suggest using vintage-looking bottles or jars.
Get the tutorial at World Label.
Broomstick Place Cards
Whimsical broomstick place cards will lift your guests’ spirits. To make them, first, paint a dowel black for the broom handle. Fold strips of raffia in half and attach them to the handle with a piece of string and cut the looped raffia ends to create bristles. Write guests’ on a piece of ribbon and hot glue them to the handles.