Do you get excited about creating for Halloween?
This year we will be celebrating Halloween in Spain along with lots of other families.
My kids are excited to design their own costumes for the day.
I will never forget my first experience of being invited to a Halloween Party.
I was utterly blown away by the Halloween decorations placed in and around the home.
It looked very spooky with bats, spider webs, ghosts, and glowing pumpkins!
Such fun 🙂
This week’s crafty goodness is all about Halloween crafts.
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On My Needles
Have you ever knitted with 2mm needles?
I have been swatching for my next pair of socks which is using yarn I got in Amsterdam, along with 2mm fixed circular needles.
My toe up socks are on 4mm needles, I haven’t finished them yet, just the cuff to complete.
Knitting on 2mm needles feels so strange. The stitches are tiny! I hope my gauge will match the pattern of 36 stitches and 44 rows in the measurement of 4×4 inches.
Yarn Spotlight: Knit Picks Palette Yarn
Designed especially for Fair Isle and colorwork, you’ll find hues that span the entire gradated wheel, including supporting neutrals and a full complement of heathers. Consider Palette for warm and durable socks, slim-fit sweaters or felted items.
Crafty Top 10
Editors Note – All of these crafts and images belong to their original owners. I didn’t create them, I just wanted to help showcase their amazing work to you, my lovely readers. And also please pin the images from the owner’s site.
Forget Carved Pumpkins Make Paper Ones Instead
These paper pumpkins would look great as a table centerpiece or used as decorations on your mantelpiece.
Dinah from DIY Inspired has step by step instructions to create them.
Spider and Web Hat For Kids
Kate Oates’ design is perfect for Halloween! Based on the lovely character Charlotte’s Web.
Check out the pattern here.
Pom poms All Spooked Up!
Using pom poms to create three different Halloween themed items.
A spider, a ghost and a pumpkin.
Super easy and when hung together in a garland, they look so spooky!
Follow Camille’s detailed tutorial on Growing Up Gabel.
Make A Pumpkin From Canning Jar Lids
I love how people come up with fabulous craft ideas using recycled materials.
Kristin from Yellow Bliss Road has done just that and created a pumpkin from Canning Jar Lids.
They came up a treat!
Follow her tutorial to make one.
Get Your Spook On Candle Sticks
Bev from Flamingo Toes steps you through how to create these spooky candle sticks.
These are some Halloween Crafts that are worth the effort. 🙂
They look amazing!
Glow Stick Broomsticks
These cute little broomsticks would make a fun ‘treat’ to give to ‘Trick or Treaters’ for Halloween.
Particularly if you are seeking a non-candy treat.
Using glow sticks and paper they are simple and quick to make.
Follow Debbie’s tutorial on One Little Project At A Time.
Little Felt Halloween Decorations
Sew adorable little ghost, pumpkin and bat felt ornaments for Halloween.
Follow the tutorial on Paper and String.
Crocheted Ghost Coasters
Follow Krawka’s simple crochet pattern to make these gorgeous ghost coasters.
On her blog you will find other variations of Halloween themed coasters, you might like to try out.
Simple Embroidery Hoop Spiderweb Wreath
Using an embroidery hoop create an amazing-looking Halloween decoration for your home.
Follow Holly and Nat’s tutorial on My Sister’s Suitcase Blog.
Spider Mug Mat Sewing Tutorial
Sew up some of these for your celebration of Halloween.
Staci at Crafty Staci has a detailed tutorial to follow including very helpful pics.
Editor’s note: Our readers have said, in their free time, they love going back over previous editions of our roundups.
– So we’ve kept the crafty goodness below from this time last year.
Halloween Bento and School Lunch Ideas
These Halloween themed bento and school lunch ideas by Rachel at Following In My Shoes, are just the thing for celebrating Halloween.
Kids will be super excited to show off their lunchboxes!
Momdot’s tutorial on these adorable Frankenstein Handprints shows how the whole family can get involved with Halloween Crafting fun.
Balloons, yarn, glue and pipe cleaners are all you need for this crafting project.
Debbie at One Little Project steps you through how to create these gorgeous Yarn Pumpkins.
Mummy Mason Jar Luminaries
Simple to make and fun to do, these Mummy Mason Jar Luminaries by Claire at A Little Claireification will bring a little bit of creepiness into your home.
Hanging Bat Craft
Hanging Bats, simple painting and cutting out the wings is part of the project.
Buggy and Buddy have an easy to follow tutorial with the list of materials required.
Halloween Torn Paper Craft
Paper mosaics are a great art project.
Halloween inspired spooky and cute objects.
Easy Peasy and Fun have many Halloween themed suggestions to try out.
Felt Halloween Finger Puppets
Finger Puppets are so cute 🙂
Halloween themed Finger Puppets can be Monsters, Frankenstein, Ghosts, Jack O Latterns, Mummies and Witches.
Heidi at One Creative Mommy has got you covered on how to create them.
Hope you enjoyed this week’s Halloween Crafts roundup.
Please share any projects you have on the go, via the comment section below.
Yours in Craftiness Jodie 🙂