Halloween is over. You know what that means? It means welcoming that Christmas holidays ahead with open arms. You may still not over the previous celebration or you haven’t eaten all those candies yet but you can already feel the cold season is here. So is that Christmas spirit. You can already hear Christmas songs being played in the malls and your neighbors putting up Christmas decorations in their homes… So it’s totally okay if you start thinking about Christmas decorations as well. Let’s look for DIY craft that you can do to adorn your home for this festive season. These ornaments looks so fun to make and easy enough for the kids too.
It’s the weekend before Halloween! For sure, you are probably no plans for a weekend getaway and will spend it making costumes, preparing for the decorations, and thinking about spooky-themed food to make for your party. You don’t have to do these alone. Let your kids help you out. Give them something to do and they’ll appreciate the party even more. This craft is easy enough for your children to keep their hands busy.
Details at Crafts by Amanda.
The materials for these are so easy to find. If you are a crafter, you probably already have acrylic paint. Go to your backyard and look for smooth rocks. Give your kids markers and let them get creative, as spooky as they can. Don’t forget the sealer, too. Happy Halloween and have fun crafting!
Throwing a Halloween party can be daunting sometimes. All the planning takes a lot of effort. You need to think about the food and make it fit the theme. And then there’s also the decoration. It might be interesting enough or it could end up boring enough. But if you know where to look, the right idea that requires less effort can be a sure hit. Just take a look at this cute ghost piñata. If you haven’t tried adding piñata before to your Halloween decor, you sure are missing a lot.
This Halloween ghost piñata DIY is a good way to make use of your old cardboard boxes. Spray paint and tissue paper will do their job of covering it white. Be careful when using hot glue and X-Acto knife. And of course, don’t forget to fill it up with Halloween candy treats. This will not only look festive but it is a fun activity for everyone, too. Have fun crafting!
It’s fall and you know what that means? More time indoors, snuggling, slouching, and just sitting in your living room watching a movie or reading a book. As the season begins, you should also make your home autumn-ready for indoor family occupancy. After all, this is probably the season when everyone just wants to sit in the house and relax.
Speaking of which, let’s make a comfy place for your coach potatoes. This pouf is the perfect craft to try!
Details at A Beautiful Mess.
Not only it is lovely, but this diy rug pouf is budget-friendly too. We love that you won’t need a sewing machine for this craft because you can easily sew it by hand. For sure, it’ll be difficult to resist sitting and relaxing on it once it’s done. Have fun crafting.