Trunk or Treat – Peacock Theme

I participated in my first Trunk or Treat and did a Peacock theme of course!  My main goal with decorating was to keep it simple.  I found the plastic table cloth and balloons at Wal-Mart for less than a dollar each and used the traditional pumpkins as vases for Peacock … keep reading

Witch Hat Update

Customize your witch hat with a little bit of tulle and some feathers.  Use only a small dab of hot glue to hold the items in different parts of the hat as needed.  Too much glue can weigh down the hat and make it more stiff. Tulle can be found … keep reading

Shadow Lantern

Sometimes I have really great ideas, and sometimes they turn out better than expected. One of my friends is a huge pirate fan (not baseball, but actual pirate themed items).  For our Handmade Christmas I put this together for her and I have to share this craft with you. It … keep reading

Skull Halloween Leaf Bag

The Skull Halloween Leaf bag was a total experiment that exceeded my expectations. I was curious to see how spray painting on garbage bags with a make-shift stencil would work so I tried it. Here is a PDF of a Skull and Crossbones Pattern. It is pretty easy to draw … keep reading

Black Cat Halloween Leaf Bags

Halloween Leaf Bags are cheap to buy, but I decided I wanted to do something different. The best part about this project is that it uses materials that I already had on-hand: garbage bags, spray paint, duct tape, rubber bands and oodles and oodles of leaves.  The Black Cat Leaf … keep reading

Spooky Wreath

This is the coolest wreath I have ever made. It all started with a pin on Pinterest for a black silk flower wreath craft by Martha Stewart.


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