We've put together a Halloween Product Guide of all the handmade Halloween party supplies created by our vendors. Just click on the photo of the item you like and you can purchase it right there. Simple, right? That's the point. :)
Posts in the ‘Decor’ Category
I'm excited to be able to offer this $50 gift certificate giveaway from Pinwhirls because they make such beautiful stuff.
Pinwhirls sells all types and sizes of gorgeous pinwheels, plus DIY pinwheel supplies, personalized party hats, banners, pennants, tags, labels, cupcake wrappers, invites, and more. And with over 1,000 exclusive papers available, they can turn any idea into something beautiful!
Tell me these aren't the cutest Halloween mummies!
These were created by Kim at Craftaphile and I just love them. I'm planning to make some with my daughter to decorate our house. All you need are some Styrofoam balls, muslin, eyelets/brads, tea, floral wire, and glue. That's it.
This week's photo comes from Kori C's White Pumpkin Party.
When I read this sign Kori had on her beautiful dessert table, I thought what a great reminder to stay in gratitude. Thank you, Kori, for the sentiment, just perfect for this time of year.
We're giving away a whole new collection of FREE "Little Witches" Halloween party printables designed by my friend, Betsy from B.Nute Productions. This collection has the cutest little witches and a retro feel that I just love.
And in addition to the invitation, party circles, "Bewitched" banner, goodie bag labels, and party labels Betsy designed, she also created this adorable "cootie catcher" fortune teller that will keep your kids entertained for hours.
Have you heard of festooning? It's one of my new favorite party craft decorations. I first learned about it when I saw this photo on Jen Smith's Jilly Bean Kids Facebook page.
In case you don't know, festooning is crepe paper fringed garlands that comes in 25' rolls in all these colors.
Jo-Anna from A Pretty Life in the Suburbs makes some beautiful crafts. I love this fall wreath she created with chunky yarn, felt, and an old sweater.
How wonderful would this look at your Thanksgiving celebration or even decorating your front door. It's so warm and cozy and the little pinwheel flowers are just too sweet.
They created this adorable candy tree topiary for their Y's Diapers and Wipes Shower using Smarties Pops and marshmallow rope. I just love it.
I'd never seen this before, where you cut out circles of polyester satin, lightly burn the edges with a candle so they curl into petals, and attach them together to make gorgeous flowers, have you?
Well, here's a tutorial from Lina of Fancy Frugal Life that takes it a step further and turns the flowers into a beautiful wreath. Take a look...
I had never seen fabric pom poms before until I saw these gorgeous ones Victoria L made for her Pinkalicious Party. What I love about them is the added level of sophistication it brings to her party decor.
It turns out they're not hard to make, and you just need a few supplies. But they can be a little time consuming depending on the size of the pom pom, so be warned. :)