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7 Fave DIYs of the Week

Here’s to wrapping up the week with a few favorite DIYs we’ve come across! A little bit Halloween, a little bit home decor,  make a fun haunted dollhouse or some pretty cool clothes hangers all the way from Finland. Here’s this week’s projects that caught our eye!

  • No-carve Typography Pumpkins 1 of 8

    Be inspired with these slick typographical pumpkins from the folks at Fairgoods.

    Click here for the instructions.

  • Copper and wood clothes hanger 2 of 8

    Make a modern copper and wood clothes hanger for the entryway.

    Visit Weekday Carnival for the how-to.

  • Masked animals Halloween decor 3 of 8

    A super fun idea for the kids! Decorate a mantel or special place in their room with masked animals.

    See more info at The Merrythought.

  • A Haunted Dollhouse 4 of 8

    Have you ever imagined a dollhouse like this? Comes complete with haunted toys.

    Check out how to make it over at the talented Mr. Printables.

  • Ghost Boxes for Halloween Treats 5 of 8

    Who has swallowed all the Halloween treats? Why the hungry ghosts have, that's who. Make these translucent friendly ghosts with a bit of wax and an iron.

    Get the instructions at Mr. Printables.

  • Halloween Typography Glasses 6 of 8

    A fun little template to print and wear. Wear them to complete your Halloween costume.

    Get the printable from Mr. Printables.

  • Marbled Candleholders 7 of 8

    Make these Scandinavian-inspired marbled candleholders using a few of your favorite nail polishes.

    Get the instructions at Love from Ginger.

  • DIY Handkerchief Ghosts 8 of 8

    Dangle these spooky guys from your window this Hallow's Eve.  A fun little weekend project to make.

    Get the instructions from Pysselbolaget.se.

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