Halloween is coming soon, and Fall is definitely in the air in Philadelphia right now. What better time than now to share some fun and frugal Halloween craft projects? I rounded up a dozen crafts and DIY projects from local bloggers that the whole family can make. Additionally you can find some money-saving tips for Halloween. Click the photos or links to see how to make these fun Fall projects.
Have your own project to share? Link up below in my Halloween and Fall Craft Roundup.
Save on Halloween Expenses
- Save big on everything Halloween from costumes to treats with 5 tips I shared.
- Post-Halloween sales is a great way to save big on snacks, and Barb (from A Life in Balance) shows you how to shop post Halloween sales.
Halloween & Fall Crafts
Hillary at MyScraps shared this butternut squash ghost craft. It’s simple and adorable!
From USA Love List a funny and easy recipe to create your own glow in the dark slime! This would make a great craft for kids at home or for a Fall party at school, and all the ingredients are made in the USA.
Create simple Halloween decor using an upcycled bottle. This Halloween craft from Tonya is perfect for the mantel or centerpiece for a dining table.
This is a chic craft that’s perfect for dressing up a pumpkin. These DIY twine pumpkins from Heather at Diapered Daze and Knights would be adorable grouped on your kitchen counter or mantel.
Melinda (Look What Mom Found) shares this simple and kid-friendly hanging bat craft.
For class parties or Fall birthdays these Halloween goodie bags from Hillary (My Scraps) would make any kid happy.
Carrie from Making Lemonade shares this DIY sequined pumpkin craft. This would be a great craft for girl’s night in and would really dress up a Fall display in your dining room or on the porch.
From my blog, craft writer Tonya Staab shared these adorable owls made of toilet paper rolls last year. They continue to be a popular craft on the blog both because they are so cute and frugal.
These hanging jack o’lanterns are available from pricey retailers like Pottery Barn Kids, but Carrie from Making Lemonade made a cheaper version that you can make at home.
Darla (HeartWork Organizing)shares some great decor ideas to get your house ready for Halloween without the scary factor. This is a great option for families with young kids.
Lauren (Vintage Mom) made this cute and playful spooky house with help from her kids. What a fun way to dress up the porch!
Creating Halloween treat boxes is simple with egg cartons, a bit of paint, and some imagination thanks to Tonya’s simple tutorial.
Two years ago we made a monster house out of our house, and it was such a fun and simple project. The results were really dramatic, and this is one we’ll definitely be repeating.
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