Lunch surprises can brighten kids’ day at school. As October rolls along, try something fun and new with this sweet, not-scary jack-o’-lantern sack.
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Craft roundup! Quirk Books has a cool new crochet book, while Barron’s offers projects for Rainbow Loom lovers. Check out a clever hot glue holder, too.
The stamping company offers a frightful wreath kit, Freaky Friends, Mottley Monsters and other creepy cool accessories to turn into October crafts.
Create a DIY paper ghost pouch from Pizzazzerie, spider fries treats from Design Eat Repeat and other creepy neat ideas from Minieco.co.uk and Everything Etsy.
These family-friendly DIY projects, courtesy of the popular paper crafting company, produce a creepy cool sign and wand you’ll go batty for.
Craft up some iconic creatures that capture the October holiday with your kids. Wood discs, pinbacks and supplies turn into frighteningly cool accessories.
These DIY October projects by eighteen25, tatertots & jello, Handmade Charlotte and Let’s Eat Grandpa are so fun for parents and kids to make, it’s frightening!
It’s time for costumes and creepy decorations – Halloween is right around the corner! Capture some spooky moments at your party with this photo booth-ready frame
Transform clean kitchen sponges into unique stamps shaped like October icons. Paired with googly eyes, they make perfect greeting cards for friends and family!
Also including lollipop covers and DIY candy bar wrappers, this treat themed roundup makes crafting fun with ideas from Easy Green Mom, Over the Big Moon, more.