Its the beginning of September and we all know what it means for my home. Halloween has arrived and will be better than the year before. I have already started decorating and will be instagram behind the scenes if you want to check it out at mypandorascraftbox. Right now I do have my favorite Halloween crafts for the past couple of years.
It can’t be Halloween without some Mason Jars! I made creepy spider and eyeball Mason Jar globes!
Do you ever wonder how to make a Halloween bow then don’t look any further than here!
Covering your cabinet this holiday season is super easy to do with fabric come
over and take a look.
Have you ever wondered how to cover wooden letter with burlap fabric? Then I have the perfect tutorial for you! Click here
You can’t have Halloween with out making a creepy Halloween Skeleton Fairy shadow box book! Click here to see how it came to life.
I discovered that I can transfer a stamped image unto a candle! So use your favorite stamp for this creative way to stamp a candle! Click here for the DIY.
Chalkboard paint is almost everyone’s favorite thing to do! I used my chalkboard paint on 97 cent skulls from Wal-Mart! Click here for my super easy tutorial this Halloween.
You remember all does bows I made well I use them to make a creepy skeleton wreath!
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If you are thinking in having a Halloween party this season you have to have a scary flower center piece right? Well then I made one that will make your eye pop! Click here to see the my eyeball flowers!
When you say Halloween one of the things you think of is pumpkins and I have a black butterfly studded pumpkin just for the occasion. Click here for the tutorial.
If you want to have a unique candy bowl this year try your hand on making wire baskets!
I also made a Hocus Pocus inspired spell book shadow box to hold my special Halloween tags. Come a take a pick inside here.
If you are looking for Halloween inspired silhouettes for you home then try mine! They are free to download here.
Bunting? I did not know what it was until very recently and now I can’t get enough of it. Look at what I did with Halloween inspired fabric!