- White Candy Melts
- Silicone Bone Ice Cube Mold*
Happy Fall, ya’ll! I’m back from House Vintage, with a free and easy decoration to celebrate my favorite holiday… Halloween. This project only takes a few minutes and can be made by recycling things you already have.
|The Graphics Fairy|
There are many sites online where you can download Halloween labels for free. The labels above are from The Graphics Fairy, but a quick Pinterest search will yield other options as well. Download your labels and print them on adhesive backed paper. If you don’t have adhesive backed paper, double-sided tape works too. Cut each label out, and position onto your bottles.
Step 3: Fill and Display
Hey guys, Vanessa here from Our Thrifty Ideas. I’m super excited to be popping back over here today, sharing this fun and super simple project for Halloween.
About 2 1/2 weeks ago I asked my husband if it was too early to put my Halloween wreath on the front door. I barely got the words out of my mouth before he screamed “YES”. I was not allowed to let everyone know that I decorate extremely early for holidays. I was banned from taking down the Summer banner until at least October 1st. UGH, well, that didn’t stop me from putting Halloween stuff up on the INSIDE of the door! And how can he complain when I only spent $1 on the cute bunting!
You can find the polka dot bunting at Walmart in their Halloween section for just $.97. I cut it in half to create two smaller buntings. For the center one, I used some scrap tulle that I had laying around from past projects, so that didn’t cost me anything. But if you didn’t have any, you could use fabric, ribbon, or even go purchase some for just a few dollars (make sure to use your craft store coupons!). I just did a double knot onto some black ribbon with about 6 inch strips of tulle.
4. Carefully remove the spider webs from the wax paper and place on top of the frosted cupcakes. Place a spider sticker on each spider web.
I love these Martha Stewart Treat Wrappers! They are lined with foil so the designs stay perfectly bright!
This treat was created as part of the 12 months of Martha program.
See our other 12 months of Martha projects by checking out the links below:
I also wanted to let you know about a movement sweeping the creation nation. It’s called Cre8time and it is all about reclaiming your time to do the things you love. Check out all the details and share your creations at cre8time.org.