DIY Brain with Blood Clot Cupcake Tutorial rom Annie’s Eats. The cupcake filling is canned cherry pie filling. For how to make filled cupcakes (like cherry pie filling) go here. For more Halloween food and drink like 18 Gross Halloween Recipes, werewolf cupcakes or Vampire Milkshakes go here. 

DIY Brain with Blood Clot Cupcake Tutorial rom Annie’s Eats. The cupcake filling is canned cherry pie filling. For how to make filled cupcakes (like cherry pie filling) go hereFor more Halloween food and drink like 18 Gross Halloween Recipes, werewolf cupcakes or Vampire Milkshakes go here. 

DIY Rope and Brass Bracelet Tutorial from Eat.Sleep.Make. This is an easy DIY with everything you need at the hardware store except the wire. I especially like like the wire wrapped ends and clasp. For pages of Hardware Store DIYs go here, and for an archive of 640 DIY Bracelts go here.

DIY Rope and Brass Bracelet Tutorial from Eat.Sleep.Make. This is an easy DIY with everything you need at the hardware store except the wire. I especially like like the wire wrapped ends and clasp. For pages of Hardware Store DIYs go here, and for an archive of 640 DIY Bracelts go here.

DIY Stamped Angel Wings Sweatshirt Tutorial from This Fashion is Mine. This may look like an expensive DIY at first because you need 8 feather stamps (4 of varying sizes for each side), but it’s not. Sticky back foam is used for the stamps and can be mounted on wood blocks or heavy cardboard. For pages of sweatshirt DIYs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/sweatshirt

DIY Stamped Angel Wings Sweatshirt Tutorial from This Fashion is Mine. This may look like an expensive DIY at first because you need 8 feather stamps (4 of varying sizes for each side), but it’s not. Sticky back foam is used for the stamps and can be mounted on wood blocks or heavy cardboard. For pages of sweatshirt DIYs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/sweatshirt

DIY Easy Miniature People Jewelry from Instructables’ User spunk. The mini people are used in model railways. You can find them anywhere - amazon, local railroading model stores, etc… TIP: For Instructables’ tutorials click on “VIEW ALL STEPS” so you aren’t left clicking through several pages.

(Source: instructables)