It’s coming up to that time of year again – half term and Halloween! I’m a big fan of Halloween and think it’s a great way to be creative (as well as stock up on chocolate)!
I’ve compiled a list of fun Halloween projects – some for grown ups and some for kids (a great way to keep them amused during the school holidays)! From sweet felt finger puppets to pretty patchwork pumpkins, there is something for everyone.
These bats are so easy to put together and a very cool house decoration for Hallooween parties – find out how to make these at Ribbons & Glue.
These sweet cushions are another brilliant way to decorate your house for Halloween or even to give as as alternative ‘treats’. Find instructions at Make It Coats.
I love these – they are so cute and there are so many different kinds to make – let your kids imagination run wild! The tutorial can be found at onecreativemommy.com.
A no-sew costume is always perfect when you are in a fix for time and fancy dress ideas and this adorable costume is great for any age! Find out how to make it at bombshellbling.com.
I love the simplicity of these pumpkins and they are perfect as Autumn decorations as well as for Halloween. The tutorial can be found at itsalwaysautumn.com.
These are simply stunning decorations for Halloween or the Autumn season in general and the sky is the limit with the fabrics you can choose from! Find out how to make at craftsncoffee.com.
An easy and quick project that’s great for children, this black sock cat can be made from around the home items! The tutorial can be found at frogprincepaperie.com.
An inexpensive but effective decoration, these yarn spider webs are easy to make and another project that needs very little to make it! Find out how at thecraftingchicks.com.
A recently published post, the tutorial for a no-sew tutu is easy to follow and is great for making so many types of costume! Find out how here.
Another no-sew project which is perfect for decorating your home for a Halloween party! Find out how to make at notquitesusie.com.
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Sarah – Web Assistant