*The Swell (and Spooky!) Life shows us how to make vintage inspired Halloween ornaments,
*And a cute CD cupcake stand. I love recycled crafts!
*Visit Material Whirled for the free pattern for this fun candy corn hat.
*Zakka Life teaches us how to make vintage Halloween peg people.
*Remember Nie Nie this Halloween by making some of her black painted branches.
*Crafty Crafty has a unique spider web balloon project.
*Visit MAKE for plans to craft the creepy skeleton that actually crawls!
*Visit GA GA for Garlands to find out how to make this squirmy black wreath.
*Hostess With the Mostess shows us how to make mod paper pumpkin ornaments.
*Indie Fixx has a sweet pom pom pumpkin project.
*Visit The Misadventures of Mama and Jack to learn how to make Halloween bottle brush trees.
*Planet June shares the pattern for this sweet amigurumi style pumpkin.
*Visit Domesticali for the pattern and tutorial for her darling bat finger puppets.
*Swanky Tables shares a blood red punch recipe for your little witches and ghosts.
*Schlosser Designs has a Halloween wall art tutorial,
*And an easy embellished candle idea.
*Watch the Wind Blow tells us how she made her Pottery Barn-inspired creepy place card holders.
*The current issue of Inspired Ideas is full of Halloween projects. Make spooktacular plant stakes,
*And sweet and sparkly Jack O Containers. Check out the whole issue for even more!
*Darlene discusses how she made her blinged BOO sign.
*Martha teaches us how to make shrunken apple heads,
*A birdbath family,
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Excited about carving pumpkins? Visit Better Homes and Gardens and give their Pumpkin Stencil Maker a try. Design your own jack o' lantern face from thousands of possible combinations, then print out a stencil to ensure you get your carving just right! This is such a great idea!
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This Old House is having a pumpkin carving contest. Enter to win valuable prizes and possible have your pumpkin shown on their website. You have until October 24th to enter.