Halloween Details Give DIY Flair to Kids Costumes, Your Home

When we think of Halloween, we think of the big picture – the costume for the actual trick-or-treating night, decorations, etc. But what about the smaller details we can enjoy every day leading up to Halloween? This week’s roundup is a collection of some fun items to create and keep the Halloween spirit alive as Oct. 31 approaches.

 

Paper Candy Corn Bunting

One Creative Mommy has created a no-sew paper bunting that your whole family can help create. Check out her blog for a free template to download and use!

 

Coloring Book T-Shirt

Vanessa of See Vanessa Craft took the fun of a coloring book and transferred it to the practicality of a T-shirt. Which image would you put on a shirt?

 

Candy Corn Dress with RIT Dye

Who says Halloween costumes are just for the 31st? Randi of Dukes and Duchesses shows you how to transform a dress into a Halloween candy favorite that you can wear all month long.

 

Super Hero Party Masks

Show your super hero spirit every day with a bit of classic comic book character flair. Cutesy Crafts takes you through this tutorial – is your favorite hero there?

 

Halloween Countdown Calendar

You’ve still got plenty of time to make this adorable Halloween countdown calendar from The Country Chic Cottage. Googly eyes act as markers as another day is checked off!

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