Here are 10 last minute DIY Halloween accessories you can make in afternoon.
As much as I love doing crafty things, I must admit, I’m not one who typically decorates seasonally without prompting from a family member.
This doesn’t mean, though, that I don’t appreciate and enjoy projects intended for Halloween.
I always like to have some quick DIY projects bookmarked for when a family member inevitably decides maybe we should decorate this year just a little bit.
So I asked some awesome bloggers to share their tutorials for last minute DIY Halloween accessories.
You Can Make These Halloween Accessories Today!
Here are 10 creative ideas I think you’ll really enjoy.
Totes are a daily-use item in my house so I liked this candy corn tote tutorial because it's perfect for people who love Halloween colors and style.
This sewing projects is great for beginners and will help you decrease your fabric scrap pile.
If you want to make a bunch of these totes, you can daisy chain (i.e., batch sew) the panels to save time.
I realize resin isn't a quickie craft for most people.
I wanted to include this project, though, for those of you who have (basically) mastered this medium.
This Halloween resin necklace pendant showcases a spooky spiderweb, but you could do a skill or jack-o-lantern too.
A pendant like this is a really fun gift for someone who loves Halloween and has an October birthday. It could also be great as a teacher appreciation gift.
This project is perfect for anyone whose family was a little late to wanting a home-based Halloween vibe.
While the tutorial uses a Pringles container, almost any type of of can or cardboard tube will work.
This project works for younger and older kids because they can make is as scary or silly as they want.
These perler bead take just minutes to make after the beads have been melted.
You need biggie perler beads and some regular-sized beads that glow.
When these earrings light up, it's is a fun, unexpected surprise.
When I first saw these toilet paper pumpkins, I thought, "How clever!".
I like that you can make these easily with a toilet paper roll and some fabric along with basic supplies and tools like rubber bands and scissors.
And the cinnamon stick is a nice element if you want to add some fragrance to your accessory, If that scent doesn't work for you, though, just grab a small stick from your yard.
If you plan to entertain guests this in October or November, these pumpkins would be perfect to display/hide that extra roll of toilet paper in your guest bathroom.
Over the years, I have come to realize that a person's garland style is truly a personal statement. This is why there are so many different DIY garlands for each occasion.
This Halloween or Fall-themed fabric garland is a greater starter for people who haven't typically stepped into the world of garlands.
I am always a fan of scrap buster projects that can include the whole family so this one's a great option!
These skull earrings provide a little "face time" peek-a-boo element to your outfit.
Not only do you get to add some bling to your outfit, but also some Halloween flair.
Regardless of how you style these earrings, you can wear them year round.
This project is for all the jar hoarders (you know who you are).
Even if you aren't someone with enough jars to be considered a "collector", I imagine you have at least a couple in your stash?
All you need to do for this batty decor is slap on some stickers, then spray on paint and let it dry.
Pull of the stickers and you have a Halloween-inspired decorations for your home.
Plus, these DIY Halloween bat candle holders are child-safe because they just use tea lights.
If you don't want to light a candle, you can always get the electric tea lights instead.
As I mentioned earlier in the post, garland style is specific to a person (and maybe even a mood that month?).
So if you are someone who loves all things pumpkin then this garland is right up your alley.
File this project under "scrap buster" as well. Since you only need 4" x 4" squares, you can have a lot of fun with colors when making this fabric garland.
If you like your house to have a spooky vibe as its first impression, this DIY Halloween wreath is the project for you!
For less than $10, you'll pull together a handful of supplies to make accessory that you can use for years to come.
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