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Make It: Printable Halloween Pyramid Decorations

by Stephanie Lee
DIY printable halloween decorations

I love decorating with paper for the holidays. Not only is it inexpensive, it can make a big impact without too much effort and it's easy to change up, recycle or pack-down once the big day is over.

I created some downloadable pyramid boxes that you can print out and use to dress up your walls this Halloween. These little boxes also have a few other handy uses which I'll show you at the end of the post - click through for all the details!

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How to Make a DIY Cleopatra Halloween Costume with Craft Supplies

by Brittni Mehlhoff
DIY Cleopatra Costume
Photo: Amelia Tatnall

I love Halloween costumes that involve remixing items that you already have in your closet. And I just so happen to have a white dress that works perfectly as the 'base' for a Cleopatra costume. So, I DIYed the accessories (exaggerated jewel collar, crown, cuffs, etc) to take this plain white dress from normal outfit to Cleopatra. Want to see how it all came together? Click through for the full tutorial.

 

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A Budget-Friendly DIY Popsicle Costume for Halloween

by Brittni Mehlhoff
A Budget-Friendly DIY Popsicle Costume for Halloween
Photo: Amelia Tatnall

Halloween costumes can be a little daunting to plan out and DIY. And I'll admit, I've skipped dressing up most years of my adult life, mostly because I just haven't felt like making anything. But this year, I just so happen to have a giant stack of cardboard leftover from a move and couldn't help but design a (budget-friendly) DIY Halloween costume to share.

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DIY Halloween Curio Boxes

by Alicia Lacy
DIY Halloween Curio Boxes


Halloween is coming, and with it an explosion of orange and black. The holiday's signature colors may be my least favorite color combination of all time. So, I put them in a box and it made all the difference. 

To make your own set of Halloween curios, here's what you'll need:

Supplies:

  • Paper mache or wooden curio box. I found mine at Michaels for less than $10. Here are some similar options - house and rectangle
  • Acrylic...

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