Halloween is our favorite holiday to decorate for! Do you enjoy festive Halloween decorations as much as my family does?
Those that know me understand that I am a very poor crafter. It’s not that I can’t do it. I just become to obsessed with the idea that it isn’t good enough, in turn I decide not to even try.
That is why I wanted to share with you these fabulous finds from crafters that can do it! Maybe if I start making them now they might be ready for next Halloween. I can see the procrastination in my mind slowly igniting. Enough of that and onto the sharing of
Pumpkin Ribbon Wreath: diy inspired showcases their skills with this pumpkin ribbon wreath. There are simple clear instructions on how to make this wreath. I love how it can be used for the whole season of fall.
Mason Jar Lid Wreath: You Brew My Tea creates a spectacular upcycled Pumpkin Patch Wreath. Best of all it is simple enough I think that my teens & young ones can pitch in to help make it.
Barbed Wire Wreath: My Turn For Us created a unique wreath using items from her local Dollar Store and a barb-wire fence. Honestly, the result is amazing. It just screams out “country-living”.
Easy Clothespin Halloween Wreath: Making Of A Mom makes this simple, yet fun wreath. I can see so many possibilities with this wreath. The kids would have a blast adding items to it.
Spooky Eye Wreath: Craftulate became inspired by an idea and ran with it. Creating this eye-catching creation.
Creepy Wreath: Using pizza boxes and a very creative mind Mini Monets and Mommies creates a spooky addition to any door. I really love the tie-in’s to learning. This makes this wreath extra special to me.
Paper Plate Wreath : I Heart Arts N’ Crafts shares the perfect craft for the kids! And it uses mostly things we already have! Letting the kids use their imagination to explore and create will surely make this Halloween one of the best.
Arachnophobia Wreath: This creepy crawly creation is sure to scare thanks to Crafty Journal’s wreath creation. I can tell you right now, I am terrified of spiders- which means the kids will be sure to want this one!
Have you come across some “spooktacular” Halloween crafts while browsing through other blogs?
We would love to see some of your favorites, please feel free to share below in the comments. Or even describe some of your own crafts you have done. Our family can’t wait to read all about them.