Homemade Halloween costumes are simple to make with items found in your home or gathered from thrift shops and dollar stores. The best part about making your own Halloween costume is that you will feel a sense of accomplishment when the costume is completed and you will have saved a lot of money over store-bought versions. Have fun with it! All you need is a few basic supplies and lots of imagination.
Don’t waste those pumpkins you carved for Halloween this year! Here are a bunch of fun ways to use leftover Halloween pumpkins. See lots of food & party recipes using a leftover pumpkin — like pumpkin butter, pumpkin donuts, pumpkin milkshakes, roasted pumpkin seeds, and more. Plus, how to make DIY planters & flower pots, serving bowls, pumpkin toss games, and dog toys. Heck, you can even use leftover pumpkins to make a healthy facial mask, feed the wildlife in your yard, or plant the seeds and grow your own pumpkins for next year!
DIY Tree Faces – Create the illusion that Mother Nature has gone berserk and created foliage with a fun (or spooky!) personality. Here are lots of clever ideas to inspire you! One-of-a-kind photos of tree faces and talking trees to help you to create your own fun Halloween tree decorations… or year round tree art!
Orange trees make great DIY Halloween trees! See all of the fun ways to decorate a regular Christmas tree with Halloween decorations OR spray paint a green artificial Christmas tree orange OR buy an orange Halloween tree and decorate it the way you like! Photos and videos showing lots of fun ways to make your own DIY Halloween Trees — both indoor and outdoor Halloween trees — using all sorts of fun shapes and Halloween decorations.
The ultimate list of themed Halloween costume ideas for groups! Whether you’re a parent taking your kids trick-or-treating, a teen going to a Halloween party, or an adult trying to win the costume contest at work — choosing the right costume can make or break your Halloween experience. One of the most fun things for a group of people to do is to celebrate Halloween by dressing up around a theme — so your costumes go together!