I'm so ready for Halloween. Well, by ready I mean excited... I'm not actually ready. I have a lot of work to do on my costume. I've also been working on a very special Halloween DIY that I'm going to share soon. In the meantime, I thought it might be fun to do a round-up of some of my past Halloween projects. The wreath pictured above is my absolute favorite DIY. Check out the tutorial here.
This garland is a simple and quick way to get any room ready for Halloween. All you need is a paper punch and a sewing machine.
These peanut butter cups are one of my favorite desserts to make. I added sprinkles and used some orange and black liners to make them more festive.
Here's an old favorite that anyone can make. These fabric ghosts are a perfect project for kids.
I made this garland just a couple of weeks ago. Click here for more photos and a free printable of the stencils you'll need!
Not into dressing up but still want to wear something spooky? All you need to make this necklace is a simple chain and a styrofoam (or plastic) skeleton hand.
I've made my costumes for the past couple of years and this Louise (from Bob's Burgers) costume is my favorite.
This gnome costume was extra simple because it's only halfway homemade. I cut the beard out of felt and for the hat, I made a cone out of poster board and covered it in felt. The dress is from Forever 21 and the boots I had.
I can't wait to share more DIYs and this year's costume with you guys!