Time to add a bit of Spooky to your fall décor, and five of our favorite local bloggers have some great options. Check out the ‘how-to’ on their blogs and be sure to follow them for other great seasonal ideas, recipes and crafts.
- Halloween Snapshots
This is a brilliant idea from East Valley Moms blogger Erin. A photographer, she shares some tips to create a comical Halloween Snapshot card we can share with friends and family. See her great tips here to capture the spooky and silly side of Halloween. DIY Fun Halloween Snapshots from East Valley Moms Blog: http://eastvalley.citymomsblog.com/diy-fun-halloween-snap-shots/
- Halloween Wreath
Try this cute Spooky Halloween Wreath from Crafty Chica: An easy wreath to make in less than 45 minutes, Rina Gonzales of MothershipScrapbookGal.com did this as a special craft blog for CraftyChica.com http://www.craftychica.com/2015/10/halloween-wreath/
- Spooky Kids Crafts
Many full moons ago, I went to Gilbert High with the tremendously talented Kimberly of A Night Owl Blog (she was super smart back then too). So it’s fun to see her yummy recipes and adorable craft posts on her popular local blog. Also a mom of three boys, Kimberly helps us busy mommas figure things out for the holidays. Check out her great ideas for many different Halloween Kids Crafts: http://www.anightowlblog.com/?s=halloween+crafts
- Pom Pom Spider Garland
My neighbor Liz from Liz on Call makes my mouth water every week with her amazing recipes, but she also has free printables and great craft ideas. One of the cutest for Halloween – the adorable Pom Pom Spider Garland shown on the main blog! Check out her DIY instructions and happy haunting. Liz on Call, Spider Garland http://lizoncall.com/2015/09/29/pom-pom-spider-garland/
- Glitter Pumpkin Stack
If you want to add a bit of bling to your Halloween décor, this glitter pumpkin looks doable, even for non-crafters. Jo Ann of A Whimiscle Life Blog always keeps it real and I love her idea for trick-or treaters who may visit your house while you are out partying. See her simply DIY instructions here: http://www.awhimsiclelife.com/2015/10/glitter-pumpkin.html
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*All images and DIY instructions rights courtesy of the above mentioned bloggers!