Spooky cat cookies, complete with candy corn eyes, will be the cat’s meow on your Halloween table!
No matter scary or cute, these tin can mummies make great holders for sweet treats or even utensils on your…
Be sure to save space on a shelf or a table top so that these Halloween friends can join in…
Throwing a Halloween party? Personalized votives make great party favors –but not only for a Halloween party, any party at…
This wise old owl is made from natural materials.
Use pumpkins to hold bird seed for our fine feathered friends.
For a sure hit at your Halloween party, construct this papier-mache bat to hold lots of tricks and treats high…
Light up the night with these monster jugs. A fun recycling craft project for both kids and adults.
Fall’s favorite apples all dressed up in colorful Halloween chocolate candy costumes!
For a quick Halloween snack, cut out faces out of pizza dough, then bake and eat!
Bring autumn’s colors into your décor by hanging this leaf garland, made from colorful paper, throughout your house!
Wait for the eeeewwws! and OOOhhhs! When the kids realize that your creepy pumpkin actually dispenses candy through his mouth…
Add a touch of spookiness to your Halloween table by decorating glasses with jack o lantern faces and then filling…
These friendly little monsters are made from recycled juice boxes!
This first grade class used colored pencils and paint to create beautiful autumn leaf prints.
Halloween wouldn’t be complete without some spooky ghosts hanging from the ceiling!
Having a Halloween party? You won’t want to pass up this adorably creepy Halloween craft!
Create this glowing skull with papier mache and a balloon to light up your Halloween!
Google eyes become a great wreath for your front door! Your kids will love it!
Make a pile of mini decoupaged Jack-o-Lanterns using Styrofoam. You can even make them glow using mini battery operated tea…
Deliciously evil, these snarling bats are made from dipped Oreo cookies and are perfect for Halloween.
Here’s a fun use for duct tape! Make a reusable school lunch bag.
These little Halloween lanterns use seed starter pots for their base!
Not only do these fun Halloween goodie bags make a great party favor, they can decorate your buffet or dessert…
This project does require use of a kiln, but the results are beautiful fall leaves!
Adorable and colorful, these little mummy looking creatures are fun to make!
Make creepy tombstones to decorate your house or yard for Halloween.
These adorable owls are completely edible and a fun sweet snack for fall. These adorable treats are from Amy at LivingLocurto.com.
Spook your friends this Halloween with this homemade creepy trap door.
I made chocolate candy bark using texture tiles that were designed for use with fondant.
A haunted house made with s’mores on a stick!
Provide a healthy alternative to all of those sugary treats with these creepy dead man’s finger sandwiches.
Hurry! Bite into this huge snake sandwich before it bites you! Great for Halloween parties or bug and snake themed…
Grab a cup and dip into this ghoul’s punch…if you dare!
These adorable pumpkin and ghost bowls are paper mache projects made from paper bags and tissue paper.
Buy a kit of safe, washable face paints and turn your Halloween child into whatever she or he fancies in…