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Aren’t these candles wonderful! I’m certain the original DIY came from Martha Stewart, but didn’t all the crafts that have ever been invented come from that woman? I saw the DIY on Ciloubidouille.
This is a fantastic little DIY project for plant pots! I might even end up sticking bats in my regular plants. I just need to attach them to wire and poke them in the pot. I do have burlap but it’s a wide weave. I like this little display. Perfect for a kids party!
Does your front door need to get a bit more autumnal? This wreath is a marvellous option! It’s so beautifully made. The birds and billy buttons just make it perfect!
Delia Creates has made this beautiful witches hat! There are many more little hats on the post ^_^
Sweet Paul magazine created these chalk painted tins for Halloween and I can’t believe the chalk art on those things!
Spray paint the twigs! There are beads on this lovely wreath too. You can see the close up detail over at The Cards We Drew blog.
I love this printable from Persia Lou. It’s very lovely and could be kept all year as beautiful art work.
Deb Kennedy has created some fabulous tutorials for sweater pumpkins and they’re beautiful!
Another lovely printable from Persia Lou blog. I love that Edgar Alan Poe book! Sorry, I just noticed it while typing haha! A Mr and Mrs Skull Silouhette printable.
These DIY cinnamon mulling sticks are going to be perfect up until the new year! For homemade apple cider and anything you want to put a cinnamon stick in. I love these smells in autumn ^_^ Don’t eat the stick though! Your whole face will turn inside out. These would do well with the old mulled wine on christmas day.
I do love pumpkins, in all forms! White Sweater Pumpkins will make gorgeous decor in your home. You could do the same with velvet too.
Recently I featured a lace earring tutorial, so I had to feature this spider web lace tutorial! I think I have some old tights from a halloween long past that I could try this with if they’re fish net.
A lovely yarn and string pumpkin! How marvellous!
Will you be making any of these Halloween DIY projects?