Happy Halloween, my dear friends! Pumpkins, ghosts, skeletons, treats, rich colors, and great memories are wonderful things about October! Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, so I am always sad to see it be over. Since today is Halloween, I thought it would be fun to share a few festive projects with you. I hope you will enjoy each one; remember it is never too late to create your holiday projects for next year!
How about making a fun brag book to share some of your pictures of your children, grandchildren, nieces, or nephews? Or just some of your fun Halloween photos of you with your friends? This amazing tri-fold brag book will be one that will hold just enough photos that you can display it as one of your Halloween décor pieces year after year.
You are going to fall in love with this project! You can change up the collection and it is perfect for any occasion. This would make a great gift as well. Let’s pop on over to Danielle’s blog She’s Sew Crafty where you will find a video on how she created this fabulous tri-fold book. A great big thank you goes out to Danielle for sharing this wonderful tutorial.
It’s October and it is time for some spooky fun! This fun, festive card was created using Stitched Squares, Fangtastic Day stamp, copic markers, and embossing powder. This is such a fun and simple card but really portrays the spirit of Halloween. Who wouldn’t love to receive this “Fangtastic” card?
You must give this a try; you will be in for a real treat. Let’s go on over to Kimberly Harris’ blog to get her list of supplies and directions on how she created this fun and festive card. You don’t want to miss out on this one!
This is a perfect décor piece for Halloween! Don’t you love all of the elements that Darsie used to decorate it? I love the idea of adding a battery-operated candle to light up your box. You can create something for other holidays using elements from this line. This must-have set contains 26 different templates that you can combine to make all kinds of fun and interactive cards.
I am sure you are going to want the recipe for this fun pop up box so click here, I will take you over to Darsie’s blog where she has it for you. This would be so fun to have as a table place setting for a fun festive dinner.
This fun Halloween home décor will really brighten up your table. What a great way of using a cloche on the top of a cake dish. This will create the most elegant and glittery display for Halloween! Your family and friends will be amazed at your invention!
Trish gives the step-by-step instructions how to put your cloche home décor together. Come with me over to Uncommon Designs so you can get started on yours. Enjoy crafting!
Don’t you just love the combination of nougat, caramel, and peanuts? Try adding these together and putting them between two layers of chocolate to create your very own homemade Snicker bars. This recipe will become one of your very favorites.
Click here and I will take you over to visit Roxana and you can print out this yummy recipe. You may also want to print several copies while you print out yours, because people will be asking you for the recipe.
I hope you enjoyed these last few Halloween project for this year. I hope you will have a Happy Halloween! Be sure and pop back here next Saturday for some more inspiration and fun projects. See you then! 🙂