Three Inspiring Halloween Decor DIY’s

Now that fall is officially here it’s time to get crafty with your Halloween decor!!!!! I love making a few new spooky things every year for my Halloween decorations trunk. Here are some tutorials we found around the web that look especially good!

doily spiderweb hoop tutorial victorian halloween

Doily Spiderweb – Love this almost Victorian looking Halloween decoration! I could see leaving these up year round (+/- the spider), and it works in my weird obsession with antique doilies. Doilies are very easy to find at thrift shops (sometimes they even sell them in bags) and you can get embroidery hoops at most craft stores of various sizes. This would be an easy craft and would make a lovely Halloween hostess gift. I’d love to see a few of these of varying sizes hung in a window!

Here’s the tutorial on making these over on Betz White.

diy mini pumpkin halloween wreath

Pumpkin Wreath- Straight from the dark forest comes this wreath made of tons of tiny gourds! It’d be easy to make with the foam wreath forms available at craft stores and is really lovely and unique.

Full how-to over on hgtv’s website.

floating head ghosts diy halloween craft

Ghostly Heads- I love Halloween decor that gets a bit unsettling. Glitter and cute spooky is fine year round but I like some darkness with my October! 😉 These floating eerie heads would be an awesome touch to your yard or indoors, imagine placing them near a light so they glow strangely. So easy and creepy!!!

Full tutorial over at Simply Designing.

Happy spooky crafting!!!!!!!

-Tae

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