So maybe you don't like to get your hands dirty. Or perhaps you hate how quickly they rot once you cut into them. Whatever the reason, we understand if you prefer not to carve pumpkins. So we've gathered up 16 fabulous no-carve ideas for your viewing pleasure. Continue reading to see the rest.
I thought it would be fun to concoct a DIY pumpkin project that was inspired by a classic design from the past, as a part of the Curbly Pumpkin Challenge. So after thinking about it for a little bit, I came up with a pumpkin DIY inspired by Poul Henningsen, who designed some of the iconic light fixtures that you have seen copied by many a company. Want to see what I made?
I'll admit it: I don't really like carving pumpkins. I always have grand plans, but by the time you head to the patch, select just the right one, gorge on popcorn balls, look for the carving tools, spread the newspaper, and begin the epic cleanout process...I'm kinda over it.
This year, a group of Curbly contributors and editors got together to create an series of DIY decor and entertaining projects using that iconic symbol of the season: the pumpkin. We'll be sharing our creations for the Curbly Pumpkin Challenge each day this week. Happy Fall.
The best school assignment in the world is the diorama. It's an indisputable fact: Gathering tiny objects and assembling...
Now that September is half over, I think I'm in my right to start getting giddy for Halloween. Oh yes, my pretties, it is a most wonderful holiday. Costumes, candy, and ghosts. Creepy, ethereal ghosts. That's where this amazing trio of faux ectoplasm comes in. Made
Chances are you weren't expecting something this cute after reading the title, right? This monster eye wreath is spooky enough to give your outdoor space a pop of Halloween, but tame enough for the younger trick-or-treaters that might be passing through your neighborhood this weekend.
Have you ever heard of Horrorgami? It's exactly what it sounds like. And it is taking the nation by storm this Halloween. Want to join the spooky paper movement? Of course you do!
Let's talk about twigs! They're just the most affordable (read: free) craft material there is! And during the fall, they're all over the ground! My door was feeling particularly bare this holiday season. It only took an hour to give it a spooky face lift in preparation for Halloween!
Wrapping twigs in yarn is a quick and fun way to incorporate the colors of the season. By shaping...
We're only days away from Halloween, so I thought it would be fun take a peek at some super impressive carved pumpkins. You won't be believe your eyes. And these intricate designs can be recreated at home... some of them even come with tutorials! Keep reading to check them out.
Halloween is just around the corner, and I realized that I didn't have a costume lined up for my puggle Charlie. Turns out there are tons of great tutorials floating around the internet! Here are ten totally adorable last minute DIY pet costumes.
With Halloween just one week away, I thought a pumpkin DIY would be the perfect weekend project to try. This isn't your typical painted pumpkin project though. This pumpkin DIY was inspired by the malachite trend that we've seen popping up a lot lately. And the end result is seriously gorgeous. Check it out.
Oh me, oh my. I am trying to pick my jaw up off the floor after seeing this amazing party. What a fun and unique way to get friends together and celebrate art while celebrating Halloween!
Kimbo shows us how to put together cute and creepy Halloween cupcakes that are guaranteed to turn out PERFECT every time. Perfection is possible because she used store bought everything, including the darling little
If you're looking for some subtle (but oh-so-cute) DIY Halloween decor this year, look no further! These modern ghost figurines are an easy project and a fun way to celebrate the season.
Halloween is a week away. That means we've still got plenty of time to hang up this spooky and fun LED garland! And if you're a fan of table tennis, you likely have the supplies to make it!
Straight outta Creeptown, a DIY wreath covered in bones. ACTUAL BONES, folks.
A crisp fall afternoon picking apples calls for a delicious apple cocktail to warm you up in the evening. Or if apples aren't your thing, try a fig drink. Or maybe add some maple syrup to sweeten things up. Here are ten absolutely delicious drinks that will keep you warm on those chilly October nights.