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DIY Paper Spiderweb

DIY- (not a paper snowflake but a spider web!) Here's a tutorial for this super easy spider web decoration made from scrapbook paper, scissors and glue. Make a bunch of them to hang for seasonal decor or a Halloween party!

Halloween Treats And Sweets

Creepy Spider Web Snacks made from pretzels and icing make the perfect sweet treats for your little goblins. Have to make this for Chloe not to sweet with the pretzels and raisins

Show off your Halloween spirit with these unique and one-of-a-kind ideas for designing and displaying your pumpkin throughout the home this season. The spooky, starry sky is the limit as far as creativity goes! And good news—to produce a creation that’s wow-worthy, your pumpkin doesn’t always have to go under the knife. To get started, just raid your craft drawer. Whether you have puffy paint and glitter or kidney beans and thumb tacks, you’d be surprised how much you can do. Click through…

29 Bewitching Ways to Decorate a Pumpkin

Why should Halloween have all the fun? The Day of the Dead, or Día de los Muertos, is primarily a Mexican holiday, but many people in the United States have begun to acknowledge it, if not celebrate it outright. It's a celebration of those who we've lost, but it's not a sad holiday; in fact, traditional rituals include lots of music and color. Observing some kind of simple Day of the Dead tradition can add a more thoughtful component to the festivities at this time of year. Here are a few…

Day of the Dead Crafts for Kids

Even if you don't celebrate Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, try creating these Spectral Skeleton Masks for the holiday. It is an incredibly fun holiday to celebrate. The whole family will have a blast with these Halloween kids' activities.

Cut eye in your toilet paper roles and add a glow stick in them. Set them in your bushes on Halloween for spooky eyes! From Today's Every Mom.

Halloween decoration DIY Glowing Eyes: Save finished toilet paper rolls, cut eyes into them. Put glow sticks in the toilet paper rolls. Place the rolls into your hedge, trees or bushes at night. Watch people freak out as they pass your lawn.

Better than snowflakes and I LOVE making those!

Ann of All Things Paper points us to this great tutorial from Marisa and Elias of Omiyage for making spiderweb kirigami. I love the bright colors of paper

How to Make an EASY Eyeball Door Garland for Halloween at PagingSupermom.com

How to Make an EASY Eyeball Door Garland with printable via Paging Supermom. Great craft idea for a kids Halloween party!

Butterfly Origami You can read the site in English here

How to make Origami Butterflies These are lovely butterflies for a baby mobile or paper craft. The site is in German