Yarn Candy Corn Cones
For a suagr-free indulgence this Halloween, try your hand at making yarn candy corn cones that look just like the real thing. Try clustering several different cone heights together like Kristen from Down Home Inspiration did for a unique table topper or mantle décor this Halloween.
Photo and idea from Down Home Inspiration. Get the how-to here.
Skip the overdone paint-dipped pumpkin trend this season. By incorporating balloons, you’ll create a mess-free arrangement that’s also a breeze to make. You can stick to a traditional orange, white, and black color scheme or take inspiration from Brittni at Paper & Stitch and include some pops of unexpected color for a pretty display that’s ready for its close-up.
Photo and idea from Paper & Stitch. Get the how-to here.
For a spooky and literary-inspired addition to your Halloween décor this year, try these diminutive felt ravens. Each bird bears a different word of your choosing and can be completed in under an hour. Take inspiration from Amy of My 3 Monsters and perch them next to a stack of vintage hardcover books for an authentic effect.
Photo and idea from My 3 Monsters. Get the how-to here.
Sugar Skull Wreath
Turn last summer’s leftover pool noodles into a Halloween craft that’s worthy of center stage. This sugar skull wreath involves only a few supplies and a hot glue gun. For contrast, Jaime from That’s My Letter placed hers against a piece of painted plywood.
Photo and idea from That’s My Letter. Get the how-to here.
Spooky Crystal Ball Halloween Candlesticks
Using an assortment of varied candlestick shapes and sizes, you can assemble this Victorian-inspired project in a pinch. Beverly from Flamingo Toes provides a handy link to her graphics so you won’t waste time scouring the internet for the perfect creepy images.
Photo and idea from Flamingo Toes. Get the how-to here.