Today I am featuring 14 fun things to make for Halloween. You can use these amazing tutorials for Halloween party food, as home decor, or just for fun activities for kids! Be sure to check out the Tip Junkie Halloween site for hundreds of free Halloween tutorials and costume ideas.
I have to admit, Halloween has never been my favorite holiday. I was one of those girls that was always a little squeamish when it came to blood and gore. So, a holiday that glorified those things terrified me as a little girl. Fast forward several years and add a few children of my own… and I have to admit, I have fallen in LOVE with all of the fun projects that you can create for the creepy All Hallows’ Eve!
14 Things To Make For Halloween
Here are 14 amazing Halloween projects that I have found this year so far that have really tickled my imagination…
I am all over bats this year… I love this batty Halloween display from A Bit of Sunshine on the top left. On the top right we have the CUTEST Batty Cupcake ever from the aaaaamazing Heather Bailey at Hello Heather. How simple, yet dramatic is this easy bat display created by Dana over at Made.
Gina has the cutest little Meringue Ghosts over at Skinny Taste on the top left. I am in love with the Mummy Candy Bar from Amy the creator of The Idea Room on the top right. On the bottom left we have a FUN idea for Halloween lunch sacks from It Is What It Is.
Kristen from The Crafting Chicks has the cutest guest post over at Eighteen25 for a darling DIY Spider that is a MUST add to your decor list. Sweet Amy from The Idea Room again, hits it out of the park with her Homeade Slime!
Who doesn’t LOVE the festive candy corn. Top left, Candy Corn Trick or Treat Bags from Purl Bee. Top right, Candy Corn Macaron from Barbara Bakes. Bottom left, Candy Corn Cheesecake Mousse from Glorious Treats. Last but not least, you can’t help but fall in love with this little cutie!! Pure creative genius… a Sassy Little Scarecrow Tutu Dress from Laurie’s Tutu Boutique on Etsy.
These are just a handful of fun Halloween ideas that I’ve collected. If you would like to see more you can visit me over at WhipperBerry for all kinds of food and DIY fun!
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Heather Thoming is the creator of WhipperBerry, a fun place where she takes the simple and ordinary and creates something extraordinary. She is first and foremost a Wife and Mom to an amazingly supportive husband and four super cute kiddos ranging in age from fourteen years to eighteen months. After lunches are made and kiddos sent off to the bus, Heather and her little guy begin to create fun DIY projects and stunning yet simple goodies for you to share with family and friends. With a love of photography, she takes the projects to new levels by creating beautiful and easy to follow tutorials for all of her innovative projects. She currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada but is a Colorado girl at heart.