Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

I couldn’t resist, I had to get the pup into costume 🙂


Excited to see all the creative costumes tonight!


Love What You Do

Do what you love, love what you do.

Jack O’ Lantern

If you haven’t decorated for Halloween yet, or if you’re just looking for an extra decoration to put up- here you go!

These jack o’ lanterns are so simple to make, so spend time being creative with the faces 🙂

Jack O Lantern Faces

I used different size lanterns- the minis are my favorite!

Mini lanterns found here, larger lanterns can be found here.

Cut out a few different faces on black construction paper. After you assemble the lanterns, all you need is a few dots of hot glue to hold the pieces on. Make sure to put a face on both sides!


Fun faces

These lanterns are bright enough with just the natural light of the room.

Mini lanterns!

Happy almost Halloween!

Spooky Frosted Treats

Rice krispies treats are a classic. So why not take this easy and simple snack and turn it into a Halloween treat!?

Any variation of the recipe will work, but I used the Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Original.

What you need:

  • 3 tablespoons butter or margarine
  • 1 package (10 oz) regular marshmallows
  • 6 cups Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereal
  • Black and white frosting
  • Decorating bag
  • Wilton lollipop sticks found here
  • Wilton bag kit found here

Lollipop sticks and clear bags

To make ghosts and tombstones cut the rice krispies treats into rectangles (2 x 3 inches). Then trim the two top corners to make it a rounded top. The Halloween themed ones can be cut into 2 inch squares.

It’s easiest to place them on the lollipop sticks now, before they are completely cooled.

Rice Krispies Treats

Now it’s time for the frosting!

  • To make ghosts, cover half the rectangle with white frosting starting from the top and going down diagonally. Let dry, then dot the eyes with black frosting.
  • To make tombstones, cover the entire top half of the rectangle with black frosting. To give it a spooky feel, leave the bottom edges of the black frosting uneven. Let dry, use the white frosting to write RIP.
  • To make the Halloween themed ones, decorate half the square with either color frosting. Cover with Halloween themed sprinkles.


After the frosting is completely dry, place each treat in a clear bag. These make a fun display for Halloween parties 🙂

Halloween treats!

Friday’s Find- Flower Push Pins

I came across these adorable push pins at Anthropologie. Such an easy way to add a little glam to your bulletin board or work space. These are great for your home or office, and definitely make a cute gift! Find them here!

Anthropologie push pins

Ceramic flowers

Colorful notes

Happy Friday!

Brighten up Halloween

Halloween decor doesn’t have to be dark and gloomy- add some brightness!

These luminary jars will make great decorations for around the house. You can even place them along the window sill for a great look from the outside.

The supplies for this craft are pretty simple! What you need:

  • Different size jars
  • Tissue paper- black, white, green or orange
  • Mod podge glue(or make your own with glue and water)
  • Paint brush or paint sponge
  • Acrylic paint- black, white, green or orange

Different size jars

What you need


  • Googly eyes for the bat
  • Black construction paper for bat wings
  • Green paper for pumpkin stems or leaves
  • Cobwebs and spiders

Start with one side of the jar and paint a layer of glue. Cover with a layer of tissue paper strips, and paint another layer of glue to seal it. Continue until the whole jar is covered. I found it easier to paint the rim of the jar with acrylic paint.

Glue + tissue paper

I made my jars into bats, pumpkins, Frankenstein and spider webs.

Frankenstein and bats

Frankenstein and pumpkins!


Saturday Sparkle

Add a little sparkle to your Saturday 🙂 My friend has the cutest Halloween decorations, so I had to share! I love the sequin pumpkin and glitter skull!

Fun Halloween Sparkle!

Fun Candy Dishes

Halloween = candy. Okay that’s pretty obvious. So if I’m going to have candy in the house- it’s going to be displayed in style! These candy dishes are super easy to make, and the perfect size for a little Halloween treat.

What you need:

  • Clay pots- small and medium
  • Orange, yellow and white acrylic paint
  • Orange glitter glue
  • Cellophane
  • Glitter spider clips

Getting started!

From flower pot to candy corn!

For the candy corn themed pots I used blue painters tape to separate the colors. For the spider themed pot I used a spiderweb stencil on cardstock. Or you can try drawing your own right on the pot!

Halloween Hershey’s Kisses!

Now for the cellophane- dot around the edges with the orange glitter glue. This adds a little sparkle to the candy corn 🙂 For the finishing touch- clip the spiders onto the web!

Halloween candy!


Inspire others to be creative! 🙂

Creepy Crawly Halloween Banner

Brace yourselves- the Halloween crafts are coming! There are so many fun Halloween themes to choose from- ghosts, pumpkins, bats, spiders, candy, skeletons, you get the point! For this banner I wanted to focus on one theme- spiders.

Here is what you need:

  • Halloween pattern cardstock- Found here
  • Orange and black ribbon
  • Glue gun
  • Plastic spider rings
  • Orange glitter glue
  • Letters- I printed black letters using the font Bradley Hand ITC TT

Now let’s get started!

Fun Halloween Paper

Spider Rings

I thought it would be fun to make the banner spiderweb shaped. This added a little extra work- but totally worth it. Once all the webs were cut on the patterned paper, I backed them on black paper to add contrast.

I’m not a fan of using loose glitter- it always makes a mess. But when it comes to glitter glue or glitter puffy paint- I’m all in! I used the orange glitter to connect the webs.


To connect the banner simply hole punch and use orange or black ribbon to tie them together. The final touch is adding the spider rings- cut off the ring part to make a smooth surface on the back.


Stay tuned for more Halloween crafts 🙂

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