Mason Jars are very popular and you can just about do anything with them! I decided to make another Halloween inspired mason jar crafts. I made a Halloween pumpkin mason jar. It only took me about 30 minutes to make and Halloween pumpkin mason jar craft and it gave me the perfect excuse to buy candy corn early.
The first thing I did was take the lid of the mason jar and hot glue batting to it, by doing this I make sure it does not go all over the place while trying to cover it with fabric. At times batting can be very slippery.
I then got pumpkin fabric to cover the batting which I also hot glued to the lid of the mason jar. I made sure to pull the fabric tight around the lid.
On the top of the mason jar I hot glue to little pieces of sticks. I do believe this helps makes it look more like a pumpkin.
Finally I got candy corn pumpkins and original candy corn and placed them inside the jar. Of course I did notice a few missing and a little boy grinning with mischief.
If you noticed I spray painted the lid gold. Gold is the color this year and I could not help but paint it gold which looks way better than the silver lid.
I hope to make many more Halloween inspired mason jar this season. What do you think I should make now?! Stay tune for more.
Halloween has officially come to my home. I have started my Halloween decorating and I just can’t wait to keep adding to the Halloween decor. I found a foam Halloween skull at my local craft store and I just knew what I wanted to do with it. A good thing that I already had silk flowers from last year that I could use for my project. I decide to make a Halloween skull centerpiece.
I first cut the stems of the silk purple flowers to make them smaller. I placed them on top of the skull. It was easy to press through the foam skull with the stems.
Once I arrange the flowers the way I wanted I went ahead and attached deer moss on the skull. I added a little bit to one of the eye sockets.
I also used a deer antler I had and placed it around the skull to add some stability to the foam skull. I do believe it would look great at t Halloween skull center piece. I already had a wooden cake stand I had previously made in which I covered with black netting. You can also glue on some leaves to cover the empty space between the stems. I did glued some deer moss to cover some of the stems.
You have a great Halloween skull centerpiece for your Halloween decor or party! I just love Halloween, it the only time of the year in which you can really let your imagination just fly and know one will look at you a little nuts.
Its that time of year which I love, Halloween!! Well I know its only September but its time to brain storm about the Halloween decor I will be having this year. I hope to top last years. Holiday decor always make my home feel a little different. My hubby always says that it makes it feel more homier. In great tradition I have the top Halloween Craft ideas.
First up is my patio decor for my flower pots. Before this project with Plaid I had never heard from fabric stiffy, now its one of my favorite things to use.
Who does not love Halloween Mason Jars. Mine has a black cat just time to give you bad luck for the holiday season.
I have another mason Jar Halloween Spider. I do love my mason jars.
How about making your very own shadow box book which has a fairy skeleton on it. Click her to see how to make your own.
Stenciling a candle with a stamp this Halloween only take about of minutes and looks great in your home.
Here you have a couple of Halloween craft ideas you can use in your home. I hope you have enjoyed them. I can’t wait for you all to take a look at all my up coming Halloween craft ideas. Tomorrow I might let you all meet Jack my new buddy I found at costco from all places. Do you enjoy Halloween and will you be decorating this season?
Happy Haunting to all!