Friday, September 13, 2013

CRAFT DAY 2013- Halloween Crafts

Can you believe all these cute crafts?!? Here are our last ones... Halloween. Seriously, October 3rd can't come fast enough!
If you are interested in seeing the other holiday crafts we are offering, click on the links below:


 Simple and eye catching. This charger has a super cute vinyl image in the middle.  We got this idea from Pinterest... again, I wish I knew who came up with this project, here is the link we found.
Details: orange charger is 13in round , vinyl applied
Project Time: 5 minutes


This was one of those projects on a to-do list. And now is the time "to-do" it! The blocks on top have numbers on each side which you rotate to count down to Halloween! I don't know about you, but my kids can't wait for this holiday!
Details: made of wood, painted black; mod podged paper; vinyl applied; h-7in, w-8in
Project Time: 30-45 minutes


 Can we say, "Display candy in style!" I LOVE, LOVE these... and want to know a little secret!?! They are super easy to make! You will walk by these babies and smile every time!
Details: 3 dishes and 3 glass candlesticks; largest candy dish is h-7 in, w-6in
Project Time: 5 minutes!





 Oh the many uses for this mini chalkboard! Paint it or leave it plain. Classy either way! Then just chalk it up! Think of all the different ribbons you can use to change the look!
Details: Frame with chalkboard center; b&w ribbon provided; w/ frame w-11in, h-9in; chalkboard area is w-6 1/2in, h-4 1/2in
Project Time: 0 minutes


 A chevron jack-o-lantern runner! How cute is this! Put this on any table to make your place a little more festive! This project can either be sewn or glued... your choice!
Details: 2 yards of Halloween burlap, 4 yards of burlap/chevron ribbon; runner totals about 2 yards and about 15 1/2 in wide
Project Time: 15 minutes


How about a garland to match that table runner? Now that would be spooktacular! I'm lovin' the chevron again... it is just so Halloween-y! This project is a no-sew one too... bonus!
Details: chevron pennants, vinyl stencil used to paint on letters and pumpkins, jute string, and ribbon; approximately 38inches long
Project Time: 25 minutes


Oh sweet goodness! Am I saving the best for last!?! Well, this is definitely one of my favorite crafts! And simple too! These candy corns are the perfect addition to your Halloween and fall decor. And...they make me happy! :)We got this idea from here.
Details: bead board pennants, paint, and jute string; about 40 inches in length
Project Time: 20 minutes




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