DIY & Crafts

20 DIY Halloween Project Ideas

20 DIY Halloween Project Ideas

My kids love crafts and they love Halloween. They are always begging me to buy more supplies and do more things every year. Here are a couple of ideas of fun things that you can with kids of all ages:

1. Hanging Fall Wreath Chandelier from Practically Functional
2. Fall Owl Wreath from Glued to My Crafts
3. Scrappy Pumpkins from Mom on Timeout
4. Fall Ribbon Wreath from Uncommon Designs
5. Handmade Felt Owl Decoration from Glued to my Crafts
6. Candy Corn Bowl from Illi Style
7. Easy Fall Flower Can from My Blessed Life
8. Autumn Word Art Decor from The Pinning Mama
9. Elegant Fall Window Boxes from The Coupon Challenge
10. Fall Scented Pumpkins from Practically Functional
11. $5 DIY Autumn Wreath from Just Misty
12. Chalk Paint Pumpkins from A Night Owl Blog
13. Easy Candy Corn Centerpiece from Glued to My Crafts
14. Happy Fall Pennant Banner from One Tough Mother
15. Pumpkin Topiary from The Pinning Mama

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  1. ANN*H
    September 27, 2013 at 9:28 pm — Reply

    Just in time for Halloween. Im always looking for ways to decorate inside and outside my house for Halloween. We like to decorate alot when we have parties. thanks so much for all these new ideas.

  2. September 30, 2013 at 1:55 am — Reply

    What a great, fun, inexpensive Halloween treat!You have compiled a list of some of my favorite halloween projects.thanks for inspiration.

  3. judy gardner
    November 14, 2013 at 11:20 am — Reply

    these are all very pretty and/or cute, but i like the candy corn bowl the best!