Candy Corn Flamingos, Painted Pumpkins, More DIY Halloween Party Essentials
Welcome October with a slew of Halloween-themed DIYs to set the spooky scene. Get into the spirit with ghoulish lanterns, themed printables, and more weekend projects.
Painted Party Pumpkins: Go ahead, make a scene! These party animals are mantle-ready and painted in a non-traditional range of colors. (via Handmade Charlotte)
DIY Printable Halloween Treat Bag: Prep party favors in advance with these boo-tiful treat bags. (via Oh So Beautiful Paper)
Paper Lantern Skulls: String 'em along your window or make a photo booth backdrop. (via Minted)
DIY Tarantula Paperweight: (Fake) bug collecting has never been so cool. Encase your creepy crawlers in resin to enjoy year-round. (via Lovely Indeed)
Ghouls Guts Ice Cream Cake Shot: There's never an inappropriate time for a tasty themed dessert, and with this shot, we all scream for ice cream! (via Sugar & Cloth)
Toilet Paper Roll Candy Garland: Make place-card candy holders for your Halloween party. (via House That Lars Built)
Ghost Cupcake Toppers: Cupcakes are delish as-is but adding an emoji topper will make them Insta-worthy in no time. (via Design Eat Repeat)
DIY Witchy Silhouettes: Sprinkle some of these through your existing decor, and they'll catch your eye when you least expect it. (via PMQ for two)
Cartoon Eyeball Wreath: Jeepers creepers, where'd you get those peepers? (via Dream Green DIY)
DIY Letterboard Pumpkin: Your signage game will be strong with this alphabet soup pumpkin. #sweaterweatherforever (via A Girl and Glue Gun)
Printable Votive Wraps: Bringing the sprit of Halloween to your candles has never been so easy — just print, wrap, repeat. (via Make and Tell)
Candy Corn Lawn Flamingos: It's time to give your lawn decor a sweet tooth makeover. (via The Glitter in My Tea)
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Ariel loves color, bold design, and eclectic decor. She goes by many names including "color decor wizard” and is also the voice behind PMQ for two (www.pmqfortwo.com) where she creates interiors and decor that are renter-friendly and creative.