1. Skull Treat Boxes, Martha Steward // 2. Bat Garland, The Sweetest Occasion // 3. Halloween Cupcake Toppers, Oh Happy Day // 4. Sugar Skull Garland, Paper Source Blog // 5. Halloween Boo Bottles, The Proper Pinwheel // 6. .Ribbon-Wrapped Mini Pumpkins, Good Housekeeping // 7. Pumpkin Balloons, Martha Stewart // 8. Bat Branches + Patterned Paper Votives, Good Housekeeping // 9. Bats and Boo Buckets, The DIY Village // 10. Tin Can Luminaries, Jolly Mom
I've always been a serious fan of Halloween. Always. Despite the fact that I'm not nearly as smitten with fall as the majority of bloggers may be (colorful leaves are pretty but I can't get over the fact that they're the first sign of a good six months of sad looking, lifeless winter trees; sigh), I do love carving pumpkins and dressing up and celebrating spookiness. And now that I have a little one, I'm even more excited. In reality, Essley will be a whopping 10 months old on Halloween this year and will thus have essentially zero idea what's going on. But this isn't stopping me from putting together a costume for her (if I can actually decide on one), taking her trick-or-treating with friends (and yes I'll likely be eating all the candy; don't judge), and getting super pumped about creating Halloween-inspired crafts galore (I've already done this one). In my quest for beautiful and fun DIY project ideas, I've come across hundreds of them that look enticing - but the few that I'm sharing for this edition of 10 Great are at the very top of my 'need to try this' list.
Do you get crafty when Halloween-time rolls around? Are there any fantastic projects that you recommend?
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