12 Easy Last-Minute Halloween DIYs You Can Make This Weekend
Halloween is coming up, and you only have a few days to prep for your party. It doesn't matter if it's a full-blown shindig or an intimate gathering of your witchy coven, you're known as the hostess with the mostest and need to deliver. These projects are easy to make, bake, and print, and they'll save your bacon and get your home Halloween party-ready in a flash. Start scrolling to see what you need to get going.
DIY Pie Crusts: Store-bought pie crusts (and pies!) have never been such a blessing. Carve crusts, not pumpkins, this year. (via Brit + Co)
DIY Easy Halloween Masks: Instead of buying props at the Halloween store, upcycle party supplies in just a few minutes. (via Brit + Co)
DIY Spider Garland: Why? Because the real ones living in your house better not be this big and visible. (via A Beautiful Mess)
DIY Masked Portrait Gallery: This is the easiest upgrade you can make to your existing decor. And all you need is black vinyl (or craft paper). (via PMQ for two)
DIY Watercolor Pumpkins: No one has time to carve this close to the big day. It's paint and embellishments from here on out. (via Paper & Stitch)
DIY Spider Web Cups: You already upgraded your straw situation, so instead of buying disposable cups, just add webs! (via Sarah Hearts)
Palm Springs-Inspired Decor: Those lawn flamingos you forgot to take down in September can stay up. They just need a coat of black paint and some color-blocked gourds. (via Sugar & Cloth)
Printable Votive Wraps: Add instant color to your bar cart or coffee table with these printables. The shadows they create as the light fades are pure magic. (via Make + Tell)
DIY Spooky Bark: You may not have time to bake and decorate a cake, but you absolutely have time to create some custom chocolate bars. (via Studio DIY)
DIY Batty Cupcake Toppers: Adding toppers is how you really take those bodega cupcakes up a notch. (via Squirrelly Minds)
DIY Felted Bat Drink Stirrers: Take a deep dive into your crafting stash for some felt and embellish your swizzle sticks. (via A Kailo Chic Life)
DIY Skull Ice Cubes: Sure, you need to buy the mold beforehand, but then it's as simple as adding water and petals and just freezing. You can handle that. (via Bespoke Bride)
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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.