Tutorial: Easy Halloween pillow with pumpkin stripes
Head over to May Arts to find out how to make this pumpkin pillow. It’s easily made when you use felt for the body of the pillow, and rows of the May Arts pumpkin ribbon for the embellishmen…
Tutorial: Halloween apron with a ric rac spider pocket
Phyllis Dobbs shares a downloadable tutorial for making this super cute Halloween apron. The big spider applique is actually a pocket. How fun! And check out his button head and ric rac legs! G…
Tin Can Pumpkins Craft
A cute way to upcycle your soup, vegetable and fruit cans into a darling autumn craft. This Tin Can Pumpkins Craft is a variation of the tin can painting that we all learned in grade school. This is a simple craft that is easy enough for a child to make with some adult supervision.
Black and White Witch Wreath DIY
Make your own witch wreath for Halloween this year using these easy step-by-step tutorial instructions. This monochromatic black and white witch's door decor wreath is simple to make, and look oh so elegant. Seriously. Elegant Halloween decor! Who would have thought! Get the straightforward instructions below!
Haunted House Halloween Wreath
This whimsical haunted house Halloween wreath is an easy to put together - truly a 15-minute craft! If you are looking for simple Halloween wreath ideas, look no further than this fun haunted house Halloween wreath DIY.
17 Spooky Halloween Decorations You Can Make Yourself
Spooky Halloween decorations to celebrate everyone's favorite holiday! From front door porch, yard and indoor decor features these are the spookiest Halloween decor ideas. #diy #decorations #halloween #hometalk
Spooky Eyeball Halloween Wreath
Looking for an easy and inexpensive DIY Halloween wreath that’s sure to add a spooky touch to your front door? I used 2 wire frames from the dollar store, a skein of black yarn, a skein of fuzzy black yarn, a package of googly eyes, 2 scary eyeball flowers and some orange ribbon to make these fun wreaths for $20. Finished spooky eyeball Halloween wreath! I tied black yarn onto wire frame and wove the yarn snugly around the frame. I kept pushing the yarn tight so it laid neatly and onc…