Craft Roundup: Halloween Spiderwebs, Confetti, Candy Jars

We’re officially in the thick of it when it comes to Halloween planning. How are your costumes coming along? Is your house looking spooky? What’s your candy plan for this year’s trick-or-treaters? Hopefully it’s tasty! No matter where you’re at, you’ve still got some time to enjoy everything that is Halloween. If you’re looking for some home-inspired projects to take on with your family, take a look at this week’s roundup!

 


Yarn Spiderwebs DIY

Your outside decor is now complete thanks to Oh Happy Day! The blog presents this easy DIY project that can be added to either your inside or outdoor decorations.

 


Candy Corn Jars

If you liked our Make It Midnight Black Pumpkin Jars, you need to take a look at this project from Cosmo Cricket. These mason jars have a more whimsical approach, along with a delicious recipe to make with your kids.

 


Simple Confetti Pumpkin Craft

Orange and black, purple and green. There are a lot of go-to Halloween colors, but it’s OK to let inspiration guide your project, no matter the color scheme. Madigan Made offers up a simple project that relies on a crafting staple – confetti!

 


Spooky Spaces Paper Towel Holder

My Paper Crane loves Halloween, so we’ve got another great project from her – and this time, it’s perfect for your kitchen. These inexpensive craft supplies result in a vintage-meets-modern kitchen staple that you’ll want to add to your kitchen this weekend.

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