31 Ways to start a Halloween Tradition this year - kids love traditions and this is a great list to get you inspired!
Mummy lights. Jars, gauze and googly eyes. Stupidly easy.
Cinderella Pumpkins. Love 'em!
Definite potential for a TARDIS interpretation here.
Step 2: Using this photo as a guide, draw the outline of a tree onto the pumpkins with a felt-tip pen. Start at the bottom and branch out as you move up. Step 3: Working one shelf at a time, remove the pumpkins and fill in your outlines with a fine-tip brush and black flat acrylic paint ($1.39 for two ounces; createforless.com) . Let dry and replace pumpkins in your bookcase.