Halloween Around the Web
It is that time of year when ghosts and goblins make themselves known in the dark of night. In light of the upcoming Samhain or Halloween night festivities I have scoured the internet for some interesting projects for my Halloween around the web segment. I hope you like these terrific projects and give a few of them a try.
This terrific idea comes from My sister’s Suitcase. It is a super easy wreath made from a large embroidery hoop, some Halloween webbing and some plastic spiders. Holly and Nat have a terrific website filled with fun tutorials that range from printables to home decor. There are a few holiday DIY projects that are well worth a try so head on over to My Sister’s Suitcase and give some their projects a try including this cute Halloween wreath.
These fun Halloween treats come from Debbie over at One little Project. They are easy and fun to make. Using your standard Rice Krispie Treat Recipe, some food coloring and rolos and some green m&ms you too can make these fun sweet treats. Head over to One Little Project to get Debbie’s full recipe for this fun Halloween project.
How about some Halloween Door Decor. Head on over to Princess Pinky Girl for several terrific front door decor ideas for this Halloween season. Jenn is the Princess Pinky Girl and her site is well worth a look see. She has a lot of fun DIY ideas for Halloween and other holidays. She has ideas for the home and for kids and some great recipes. Take a mosey over and check out the Princess Pinky Girl.
I love cupcakes and the DIY Lighthouse has seven Halloween style cupcakes to choose from. These cupcakes are a lot fun and delicious too. Twins Aubri and Amber are the creative minds behind these sweet treats. Their website the DIY Lighthouse has a lot of great DIY ideas that include recipes and craft ideas. Their site is worth a view ans these cupcakes are worth taking the time to make.
I couldn’t find the link for this project but it looks pretty simple. All you need is a tomato cage, some grass skirts, sun glasses and a bowler hat. Glue the skirts to the tomato cage as shown and add the hat and glasses and you have created your own cousin It for this Halloween season. You can’t get more fun than this.