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Long-Lasting Halloween Wreath
This easy-to-make Halloween wreath can be used year after year. A few cheap supplies and some creativity result in a pretty fall wreath that's ready to display on your front door all season long. See how to make it!year. Start by gathering your supply. You'll need approximately 44 wide mouth Mason jar bands, washi tape, wire, wire snips, ribbon, and a hot glue gun. Wrap each band with tape making sure to cover the entire side. Continue until you wrap all of your bands, alternating tape designs as you go. Next, string the wrapped band onto a 24-inch length of wire. Twist the ends together and hide them inside the bands to securely close the wreath. Now the only thing left to do is add a bow. Use your ribbon to tie a big bow and hot glue it to the base of your wreath to finish. That's it! Hang it on any door to create a more festive entry
Spooky Halloween Porch: 3 Ideas to Steal!
Deck your door and porch for Halloween! Use this outdoor space to celebrate the Halloween season; we've got three spooky decorating ideas that take your Halloween door from blah to boo.
5 Great Outdoor Halloween Ideas
Decorate your outdoors for Halloween with any (or all) of these creative ideas. From ravens on the porch to a surprising way to decorate your garage door to a 5-minute idea to enhance your gutters, this spooky Halloween decor inspiration is a must-try way
Outdoor Halloween Decor: Witch Decorations
Welcome trick-or-treaters with a spooky Halloween home that's decorated with easy outdoor crafts. See how!
Cozy Fall Crafts: Make Covered DIY Buttons
Learn how to make covered buttons to create a fall craft that's both cozy and easy. We made a fall wreath -- what will you craft?your buttons, fabric in solid colors and patterns, scissors, fabric chalk pencil, hot glue gun and sticks, small flat wreath form and ribbon. On the wrong side of the fabric, trace circles around the button mold. Leave
Easy No-Carve Halloween Pumpkins: Decorate with Tape!
Create quick no-carve Halloween pumpkins with a creative eye and some decorative tape. We share our technique!
Fall Wreath: 20 Minutes to Wow
In just a few minutes you can make a natural fall wreath that features leaves and twigs for a pretty fall display.
3-Step Pumpkin Tower Display
This ridiculously fun Halloween craft takes faux pumpkins and piles them high for a clever outdoor holiday display. See our secrets!
Spooky Halloween Wreath in 10 Minutes!
Make a pretty Halloween wreath by wrapping an old picture frame with cheap feather boas. The holiday craft takes just 10 minutes!wreath in next to no time. Here's what you'll need, three orange feather boas , an empty picture frame , ribbon, a decorative crow, black thin-gauged wire, wire cutters and scissors. Tie the end of the boa to the frame with a
How to Carve a Pumpkin
Learn how to carve a pumpkin! Our easy tutorial takes you through the clean-out and the carving, with time-tested tips on using pumpkin stencils.best pumpkin carver on your block with our no fail tips for pumpkin carving . First, you'll need to clean out your pumpkin. We cut a circle in the bottom of our pumpkin to give it a flat base and use an ice cream scoop to get rid of all the messy bits. Next, we're gonna transfer our pattern. Tape the pattern to your pumpkin. Make