Tin Can Halloween Decor

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Over at Mabey She Made It, Lisa came up with a cute way to decorate for Halloween and upcycle some tin cans. She says about this project, “Not only is it simple to do, but it’s made from things you probably already have around: straws, string, patterned paper, empty soup cans.”

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Turning Books into Halloween Decor

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Amy from The Idea Room came up with a fun Halloween vignette this year: spell books and potions arranged just as if they were in a witch’s cottage. If you have some old books lying around, you can make a few spell books of your own!

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Ghostess with the Mostess Cake Stand

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Here’s a spooky new take on the popular DIY cake stand project. At Stow & Tell U, Amy had a domed glass cake plate and a tall glass vase that she decided to turn into a cake stand just for Halloween.

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Upcycle Your Jeans Into Handy Buckets

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Here’s a fun upcycling project from Curly Made. Daniela turned her old jeans into buckets. Yep, you read that right: BUCKETS.

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A Book Pumpkin

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Why let a perfectly good pumpkin go rotten on your coffee table this fall….when you can “make a pumpkin with things that can easily be found at home?” asks Chiara at One O. She offers a great tutorial for making a pumpkin out of books.

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Quick and Easy Pumpkin Jars

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Self-proclaimed “jar hoarder” Dee M. of Meatloaf and Melodrama dug into her growing stash to create a set of cuter-than-cute jack-o-lantern jars. This quick project would be a great one to do with kids!

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Friendly Ghost Tree

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Over at House By Hoff, April turned some fallen branches into not-very-scary Halloween decor for her daughter’s bedroom. It’s a fun idea anyone can use to decorate for the spooky holiday.

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Alphabet Blocks to Pumpkin Placeholders

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Heather from Twin Dragonfly Designs came up with this darling Fall craft using classic alphabet blocks. She had some leftover from another project that she used, but tells us that she originally found her set at the thrift store.

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