SEPTEMBER 4TH, 2008 8:46AM PST 

*The Swell Life shows us how to make a fun vintage black cat pendant.

*Marie tells us how she made her decorative "spooky" tiles.

*I can't wait to make one of these glittered Halloween tree with directions from Martha.

*Craft ghostly place settings right down to the mummy-inspired napkins.

*Cut Out and Keep user Yeesha shows us how to make an alcoholic shot she calls the Brain Specimen. Check out her bloody variations as well!

*Craft scary message lanterns using paper bags.

*Make mini stuffed pumpkins with this free pattern from Pattern Bee.

*The cape portion of this matador costume tutorial could be used for many costumes.

*Paint jar o' lanterns to use year after year.

*Holly shares her tutorial for gorgeous fabric pumpkins.

*Create Halloween Luminary Invitations.

*Make candy corn pots for holiday decor.

*Craft papier mache black cat decorations.

*Chica and Jo have a fun and inexpensive chandelier tutorial.

*Whip up these Knight and Dragon costumes with a tutorial from Martha.

*These sweet little lamb costumes have the added bonus of keeping kids warm during trick or treating.

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Looking for more great Halloween ideas? Check out Living Locurto's Halloween Blog Party:

"Starting October 19th, for 13 spooky days, I’ll feature blogs and anyone with photos who want to join the party and show off their Halloween spirit! Then on October 31st, I’ll give away prizes!!"

Sounds like fun! Look for additional Halloween and Fall Roundups next week!

9 Responses to “Halloween Roundup”

  1. Sarah Says:

    The cut-out bags on the steps are wonderful!! This type of feature is always one of my favorites and looks just as amazing in person.

  2. mrslimestone Says:

    Ill definitely participate. Im working on my halloween invites now :)

  3. Jim Gaudet Says:

    Great information, I always wondered how some of these types of things are made.

    ~ Jim

  4. Nana Says:

    Hi, Rachel!
    Just saw your comment…
    Well, I’m totally in love with One Pretty Thing. I love finding great tutorials that can help me with some project or inspire me but I’m always short on time. Anyways, I discovered OPT this very morning and just had to post about it and the projects I fell in love with.
    Lots of success!
    Nana

  5. Chica & Jo Says:

    The idea for painting the pots to look like candy corn…so simple, so adorable!

  6. ...loveMaegan Says:

    yay. halloween is getting so close. I love fall!

  7. June Says:

    I’m loving all these Halloween projects! Halloween is the holiday where I go completely bonkers, even more so than Christmas. Thank you!

  8. alexa Says:

    such great stuff! I love your roundups!

  9. adult friend Says:

    adult friend…

    Cool topic…I thought about your points and must say I agree with a lot of what you mentioned. I’m going to share your blog with my loyal readers. …

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