What’s on my Tumblr Halloween Blog? 4 DIY Halloween Crafts.
Ghost Pizza and Spider Recipe from Chef Mom.
Ghost Tears, Formula for Success and Nagging Doubt Potion Bottles from The Happy Heathen.
Crstyal Ball Tutorial.
Cactus Man Made by Rabinovitch for diy.org.

What’s on my Tumblr Halloween Blog? 4 DIY Halloween Crafts.

  1. Ghost Pizza and Spider Recipe from Chef Mom.
  2. Ghost Tears, Formula for Success and Nagging Doubt Potion Bottles from The Happy Heathen.
  3. Crstyal Ball Tutorial.
  4. Cactus Man Made by Rabinovitch for diy.org.

(Source: halloweenrafts)

halloweencrafts:

DIY Death Eater Mask Tutorial from EPBOT. I posted Jen’s first Death Eater Mask tutorial here. The difference with the mask on the right is that she used a premade mask with different finishes for the mask and craft foam ebellishment.

halloweencrafts:

DIY Death Eater Mask Tutorial from EPBOT. I posted Jen’s first Death Eater Mask tutorial here. The difference with the mask on the right is that she used a premade mask with different finishes for the mask and craft foam ebellishment.

halloweencrafts:

DIY Barbies to Doctor Who Weeping Angels Tutorial from antropolywog for Offbeat Home. She bought generic Barbie like dolls but you can find really cheap Barbies at yard sales or thrift stores. The trick is using Natural Stone Kylon Spray Paint - I have used it in the past to cover gargoyles, flower pots etc… (via Make) For lots more Doctor Who DIYs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/doctor-who

halloweencrafts:

DIY Iron Spike Necklace Tutorial from Mich L. in LA. Mich L. is known for her jewelry posts “Guess the Mystery Thing” and thinking totally outside the box. A $0.99 plastic garden fence was used for the spikes. Think of what else you could make with this. Go to the link for the tutorial and see what other mystery item she used to make this necklace.

halloweencrafts:

DIY Iron Spike Necklace Tutorial from Mich L. in LA. Mich L. is known for her jewelry posts “Guess the Mystery Thing” and thinking totally outside the box. A $0.99 plastic garden fence was used for the spikes. Think of what else you could make with this. Go to the link for the tutorial and see what other mystery item she used to make this necklace.