Dress up everyday packaged candy in silly disguises for trick-or-treat night or to use as Halloween party favors. Our sweet candy embellishments and party-favor costumes transform chocolate bars, popcorn, and more into creepy-crawly spiders, ghostly treat bags, and batty boxes. Get started with these fun and easy projects today!View Slideshow
No need to worry about crossing paths with these black cats. Craft the fun felines for Halloween.
Scattered along a stair landing, these cardstock cutouts will make your guests' skin crawl. With a feline in pursuit, a game of cat and mouse ensues.
Carve a cat-face pumpkin using our downloadable patterns for the face and ears. After carving the face, cut the ears out of black crafts foam and adhere them to the top of the pumpkin with hot glue. Cut three black chenille stems in half, poke a hole on each side of the cat's nose, and insert the stems into the holes for whiskers. Hot-glue a pretty bow to the top of the pumpkin.
Instead of treat bags, dole out these crazy cat goody buckets. Decorate an empty, unused paint can with scrapbooking papers and letters. Adhere a cardstock cat face, then add glue to the eyes and sprinkle with mini beads.
Set a pumpkin on its side and paint a cat face on the bottom. Simple triangle ears made from paper can be attached with pins. Learn more about painting pumpkins in the link below.
Editor's Tip: Propping the pumpkins up against steps, as we did here, keeps them from rolling. Or wedge a shim on both sides of each pumpkin to keep it in place.
Light the path to your haunted mansion with these clever milk-jug luminarias.
Watch out! Created in pieces, the cat can be resized to fit almost any rooftop. Paint the eyes and teeth with glow-in-the-dark acrylic paint, add a bright bow tie, and this cat is ready to pounce on his prey.