Spiderriffic Birthday Decor

By jencraftomaniac

Hello everyone, Jen visiting from my blog Craft-O-Maniac. Today I am coming at you with a pretty easy and last minute Halloween Party idea, a “Spiderriffic Birthday Decor”. All the items minus a few glass bowls and some food, I got at JOANN. A list of JOANN Items I used: • Plastic spider skeletons • Spider tablecloth • Candelabra • Spider napkins • Halloween pa...


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Oct 27, 2016 0 Comments


DIY Halloween Terrarium

By Jo-Ann

By Annie Thompson, Houzz Plants don’t appear too often in Halloween decor, but living things can evoke a festive feeling for the season as much as anything you’d buy — without feeling like holiday overkill. Follow along as Baylor Chapman of Lila B. Design shows us how to make a Halloween terrarium, complete with a Venus’ flytrap and other spooky plants, that won’t take lon...


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Oct 13, 2016 0 Comments


Spooktacular Fairy Garden

By Kara Whitten

Halloween is approaching quickly, but there is still time to get creative and make your own Halloween themed fairy garden. That’s right, a spooky, pumpkin fairy garden perfect for a little witch or wizard. Hey, everyone! It’s Kara from A Kailo Chic Life and today I will share a few simple tricks for creating your own Halloween fairy garden using supplies from J...


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Oct 5, 2016 0 Comments


Haunt-a-rific Halloween Party

By Emily Miller

Not sure what to do for your Halloween party this year? JOANN Fabric and Craft Stores has you covered! They have everything you need to throw a KILLER Halloween party. Even if you are planning last minute, they have all of the treats and Halloween decorations you need all in one stop so you can plan your party in minutes. Emily here, from B. Lovely Events, and I styled thi...


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Oct 3, 2016 0 Comments


DIY Halloween Hexagon Wreath

By Beckie Farrant

Who said a wreath has to be a circle? Only you make the rules when it comes to decorating your space. I am loving hexagons lately so I decided to make a wreath out of three of them. The beauty of this “wreath” is that you can change out the hexagons each season with different decor. Perhaps for Christmas, you can change the ribbon out to red, green and gold and add some or...


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Oct 2, 2016 0 Comments

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