It’s time for one last scare of the year and this creepy card scene is the perfect way to do it. The Galaxy Sky Technique helps add the eerie darkness to this card. Head off to your craft rooms and create one last Halloween scare of your own using this easy to follow tutorial.
Make some cute clay candy corn to decorate with or wear as jewelry. I plan on adding mine to my holiday tree to go with my Halloween lollipop garland I blogged about last year here on Think Crafts! Continue reading →
I love Halloween, I love handing out the candy, and making costumes (monkey for the little girl this year), and I love decorating for it! I always try to make our front porch festive for all the trick-or-treaters. Sadly last year one of my decorations, a flying ghost, died and had to go to a better place (the trash can). But it gives me the excuse to get/make some new decorations, and I think this guy is going to look amazing on our front door!
Today is Halloween. It being on a Saturday means Halloween parties are a plenty and the kids might be able to stay up a bit later to trade candy. To make your door and house stand apart from the rest, you don’t need to hand out the best candy. Instead, check out these Halloween wreaths that can accentuate your love for Halloween and let your guest and neighbors know where the best Halloween party is taking place.
This owl wreath is not only adorable, it’s perfect for trick-or-treaters arriving at your door. It’s both funny and creative and it won’t scare any younger children. This is the perfect craft to let your wreath also take on a new character and costume.