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10 New and Spooky Halloween DIYs

If you’re planning a spooky bash for Halloween or just want to add a little decor for the trick or treaters, we found a few ideas that are perfect for celebrating. From printable labels to adorable cupcake toppers to take to school, here’s 10 spooky ideas for the season upon us.

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  • Mini DIY Ghost Pinata 2 of 11

    Make some cute mini ghost pinatas for a fun party activity.

    Visit Oh Happy Day for the instructions.

  • Skull String Art 3 of 11

    This simple DIY makes for a striking decor piece for the upcoming spooky season.

    Get the how-to at A Beautiful Mess.


  • Scaredy Cat Cake Toppers 4 of 11

    Make some cute scaredy cat cake toppers for a party or to take to school!Get the instructions from Poppytalk.

  • DIY Confetti Pumpkins 5 of 11

    Add color and a little golden glamour to these cute confetti dipped pumpkins.

    Visit Studio DIY for the how-to.

  • Printable Halloween Labels 6 of 11

    Print out these labels for your bar display.

    Get the printables at Elegance & Enchantment.


  • Origami Pumpkin Lanterns 7 of 11

    Light up your space with these cute origami pumpkin lanterns.

    From Madame Citron.

  • Halloween Spinning Toy 8 of 11

    Make a fun spinning toy party favour with this printable.

    From Mini-Eco.

  • DIY Skeleton Wall Hangings 9 of 11

    Create a bit of a spooky atmosphere with these skeleton printable posters.

    Get the printable at Say Yes to Hoboken by Caitlin of The Merrythought.

  • Halloween Decor Boo Banner 10 of 11

    A simple cut-out banner makes for a cool display.

    Get the how-to at A Beautiful Mess.


  • Glow in the Dark Pajamas 11 of 11

    And finally, after all that partying, settle into bed with these glow in the dark pj's that the kids will love to help make or hey, make them for yourself!

    From Henry Happened.


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