Light up Halloween night with these glow-in-the-dark skull-topped Mason jars. Best of all, you can craft them in just four easy steps.
Get the tutorial at Michaels
Classic Country Halloween
Create a classic country Halloween vignette on your front porch by arranging hay bales, mums, pumpkins, and dried corn stalks around your steps. Fake spider webs and a not-too-scary touch.
Black-and-White Halloween Topiary
Stack black and white Jack-o-Lanterns for an eye-catching twist day and night.
Get the tutorial at Tatertots & Jello
Photograph your subject from the side. Scale photo as needed, then cut out the profile. Trace and cut profile from black craft paper. Using Mod Podge, adhere cut out to a white paper circle cut to fit the interior of a black doily. Secure unit to pumpkin. Glue trim to the edge of the white paper.
Wicked Witch Legs
Ding dong, the trick-or-treaters are here!
Get the tutorial at Grillo Designs
Bloody Shirley Temple
Put a gory spin on a favorite childhood drink by filling syringes with grenadine. Enjoy it as a mock-tail or add an ounce of vodka for an adult treat.
Get the tutorial at Your Southern Peach
Pick Your Poison
Create perfectly spooky labels for these candy test tubes and “poisonous” drinks.
Get the tutorial at Modern Moments Designs
Halloween Party Game
This blogger calls it “Witch Pitch,” and we think it’s genius! Build using orange cardstock, mini cauldrons, and candy corn and watch your guests cackle into the night.
Get the tutorial at Chica and Jo
Pine Cone Spiders
Decor is everywhere, especially in nature. Use pine cones dressed in googly eyes and brown pipe cleaner legs for an easy and creative way to make creepy-crawlers.
Get the tutorial at Fireflies and Mud Pies
Halloween Marshmallow Pops
Decorative desserts make for the perfect sweet-tooth treat this Halloween. Your guests will love these chocolate-coated marshmallows stuck with black lollipop sticks.
Get the tutorial at My Baking Addiction
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