Halloween is already around the corner, but there is still time to get a little cunning.
These Mr. Printables Halloween paper dolls are super cute and very easy! You can find out about them in How About Orange.
Trick or treat cookies! These are almost too cute to eat (just about!) – from Not Martha.
This spooky skeleton shirt could be too good to wear only once a year! By Twinkie Chan.
And finally, Bunny and I have come together to offer you this free Halloween pumpkin cross stitch picture. Get sewing, it will not take you long!
Halloween is only a few days away, but I have found some nice things that you still have time to do, and they are all free!
Dewmuffins has a whole band of citizens of Candy Corn that you can download, print and fold. They would make cute ornaments or gifts.
Kao-ani has a super cute tutorial to make these little ghost charms with photos step by step.
Bakerella has shared a recipe from her latest cake book to make Very Cute Vampires! There are a lot of cute ideas for baking Halloween in the archives too.
Japan Lover I have a sheet of Japanese Halloween themed decals that you can download.
And, finally, I’ve created a new printable version with my Little Ghost that you can use to make a cute garland or decoration Get it in Asking For Trouble (PS There’s also a gingerbread man one).
I am a firm believer that you can never have too many projects when it comes to Halloween, and that is partly because there are a variety of DIYs to choose from. I have a list of crafts to do before Halloween that seems to keep growing faster than I can mark them thanks to this … anyway, here are some nice finds to do before October 31!
Sometimes, it can be hard to find bags of candy, but look no further: CutEasy DIY has a tutorial on how to make bags with Sanrio’s character work well in tricks or deals for a not-so-spooky Halloween party. They are very simple, so they work very well as last minute art.
If you have some experience with needle felt and would like a project that is a bit more challenging, you can try your hand following Binc Bonc’s tutorial on how to make a needle feel like a witch. This is cute and friendly!
New to sew? Mollie in Wild Olive has an excellent tutorial for beginners that teaches you how to sew a luxurious, friendly ghost (and also some animal ghosts!) Using felt. It is very minimal in the supply department, so it is a quick, easy and economical option.
Chelsey DIY has a lot to offer when it comes to soft DIY videos, but her tutorial on how to make a package of soft popcorn is definitely one of my all-time favorites for originality.