This past week we’ve been busy playing outdoors and exploring some of nature’s finest fall treasures (I’ll post about that later this week), so I have only one new craft to share with you today! But it’s a beauty!
As well, I’m featuring some of last year’s Hallowe’en crafts, which I’ve re-shard on my blog and my facebook page as part of our Happy Hooliwe’en Countdown.
As always, the crafts that we make here are easy and inexpensive, and you can simplify them for the youngest of crafters. We love to re-use and re-purpose, so most times, the materials can be found in your pantry cubpoards and recycling bin.
OK! Here we go!
We spent a couple of days last week, working on the following project. Painting the pasta was an activity in itself one day, and the following day we used it to create these awesome Hallowe’en wreaths!
(I told you it was a beauty!!)
And now for the old favourites that I shared last week!
and lastly, our goofy but loveable painted Jack-o-lanterns!
If that doesn’t put you in the mood for some good, old spooky crafting and creating, I don’t know what will!
If you’re looking for more our Hallowe’en crafts and activities, be sure to check out the Hallowe’en Category here on the blog!
And be sure to pop over and “LIKE” us on Facebook! You’ll find lots of stuff over there: posts shared from all of my favourite bloggers and lots of Hooligan action that doesn’t make it to the blog. 🙂
See you there!