Craft Roundup: Halloween Hands-On Fun

With Halloween just two weeks away, southeast Michigan families have still got plenty of time to create all sorts of goodies! From home decor to costume pieces, get in the holiday spirit with some hands-on projects everyone in your home can help create.

Sparkle Skeleton Pumpkin

Who says Halloween has to be scary? Mod Podge Rocks features a tutorial on how to give a pumpkin a glitzy new look that'll rattle your bones – in a good way.

Spider Tutu Wreath

Have your family help with some last-minute Halloween decor from Little Pink Monster. This adorable wreath is kid-friendly and features the non-scary spider variety – the best kind!

Recycled Trick-or-Treat Bucket

Keep the recycling spirit alive with a touch of Halloween. Crafting a Green World shares a great idea for taking an old box and giving it a whole new – and very sweet – purpose.

Halloween Popcorn Cones

If you're hosting a Halloween party at your house, why not serve some popcorn in these adorable cones? Use your favorite Halloween scrapbooking or wrapping paper to whip up a batch for guests with this how-to from Naughty Secretary Club.

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