Category: Halloween Decorations

Jun 09

Mister Ghost’s Highly Enviable Monthly Parcel of Simple Yet Amazing Wonderments – May 2017

In April I signed up for Mister Ghost’s Highly Enviable Monthly Parcel of Simple Yet Amazing Wonderments for some monthly Halloween fun!  The cost for the monthly box is $12 + shipping.  Included in every box is the following (taken from Evil Supply Co. website): Art print: 5″ x 7″ (12.7cm x 17.78cm), unframed Embroidered patch: …

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Oct 24

The Scarecrows of Halloweentown!

One of my favorite things about living in Halloweentown (AKA St. Helens, OR) are the scarecrows you will see around town.  The month long celebration of Halloween stemmed from the movie “Halloweentown”, which was filmed in the sleepy town of St. Helens, Oregon. Each year, starting on October 1st, the town comes alive with all …

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Oct 20

10 Magical Halloween Decorating Ideas from Instagram

If you’re looking for some Halloween home decorating inspiration, then check out these fun & festive fall Instagram ideas for both inside and outside of the home! Naturally Enchanting A photo posted by Conni Nowocin (@villalandzauber) on Oct 19, 2016 at 8:11pm PDT The Hole in the Pavement Just in case if you have no …

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Oct 15

Halloween Is In The Air!

I recently went on a trip to Seaside, Oregon during the fall.  I love being near the ocean during the cold Autumn months!  The rain over the waves crashing on shore is just magical and perfect for the Halloween season.  I’m back home now and decorating my sweet humble abode with Halloween candles and lights.  …

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Oct 02

10 Inspiring Halloween Painted Pumpkin Ideas on Instagram

Looking for some inspiration for Halloween pumpkin decorating this year? Then check out these amazing painted pumpkins on Instagram: 1. It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown Fall porch. #greatpumpkin #snoopy #pumpkins #paintedpumpkins #butternutsquash #flyingace #linus #charliebrown #pinspiration #halloween #frontporch #babyfoodjarlids #handpainted #walmartforthewin #squirrelsgoaway #shouldhavedonehouseworkinstead A photo posted by Valerie Fischer (@8littlefisch) on Sep 30, 2016 …

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Oct 02

Halloween Felt Ghosts

Felt is one of my favorite mediums to work with, and these Halloween felt ghosts are adorable and fun to make with the kids. They’re also incredibly inexpensive! Use them as Halloween decorations or ornaments. Here’s how to make your own Halloween felt ghosts. Halloween Felt Ghosts What you need: One or two sheets of white …

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Sep 30

Felt Halloween Craft: Pillow Monsters

These pillow monsters are fun to make, and they are a great way to let you and your child’s creativity flow, because you can make them any way you like. If you’re wondering where to start, follow the design in the picture for your first pillow monster, and then, once you’re more comfortable with working …

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Sep 27

7 Quick And Easy Halloween Decorations To Make For Your Classroom

Here are seven Halloween decorations you and your students can make quickly and easily. In most cases all you will need is some paper, glue and felt pens or paint. 1. Ghosts! Draw a large ghost on a piece of poster size card. This can be as simple as an upside down U shape with …

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Sep 20

20 Spooktacular Tips For a Green Halloween

Back in the day, we celebrated Halloween the eco-friendly way before we knew what eco-friendly meant. Costumes weren’t bought in a bag, they were made. Halloween treats were usually homemade and gobbled up as soon as they were dropped into our Halloween sacks (aka pillowcases). We would bob for apples, snack on popcorn balls, tell …

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Sep 18

Tasty Halloween Crafts Using Stencils For Cookie Decorating

Here’s a Halloween Crafts project that’s not only fun, it’s good to eat. You see, as a stencil designer, I’m always searching for new and creative ways to use stencils. And as a person who loves to eat (especially sweets), it just seemed natural to find a way to use stencils with food, right? So …

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