Spooky Hand Soap
Make washing your hands a scary affair. Simply add Halloween items to your favorite hand soap — we suggest small pumpkin, bats, eyeballs, or spiders — and stir with skewers.
Get the tutorial at Little Bins For Little Hands
DIY Tin Can Halloween Luminaries
For an easy and affordable way to decorate your home this Halloween, make luminaries using paint, candles, and empty tin cans.
Get the tutorial at Jolly Mom
DIY Skull Candle Holder
With a little spray paint and a hot glue gun, you can turn plastic skulls and two terracotta saucers into a candle holder that screams Halloween.
Get the tutorial at Endlessly Inspired
Bottle of Boos
Even your booze needs decorating. Paste on printable wine tags with double-sided tape to make this clever bottle craft.
Get the tutorial at Muslin and Merlot
DIY Wood Pumpkins
Decorate your house a little differently this year with something other than your ordinary pumpkins.
Get the tutorial at Family Food Fun
Glow Stick Broomsticks
These hassle-free crafts are made from glow sticks, twine, scissors, kraft and construction paper, and double-sided tape.
Get the tutorial at One Little Project
Pumpkin Balloon Piñata
Fill these pumpkin piñatas with candy and hand out to trick-or-treaters for a fun-filled goody they’ll be eager to break open.
Get the tutorial at The Gunny Sack
Monster Door Decor
Dress your door in the spirit of October 31 with googly eyes, a sheet of felt, and black glitter foam.
Get the tutorial at The Paper Mama
Spider Ice Cubes and Black Sugar Rimmed Glasses
Chill your favorite Halloween drinks with these creepy crawlers. All you need is an ice cube tray and plastic spiders. Line the rim of your glass with honey and coat in black sugar for a sweet spooky touch.
Get the tutorial at Pink
Spooky Halloween Party Cups
Use stick-on googly eyes to easily turn ordinary black plastic cups into cute monster creations.
Get the tutorial at Homemaking Hacks