Halloween is only three days away, and you know what that means. Soon, your little trick-or-treaters will scatter dozens of candy wrappers around your once-beautiful home. But this Halloween, you’ll know that those wrappers are more than just colorful candy clothes, because I’ve got some sweet craft ideas that will have you wishing your kids would hurry up and finish all those holiday goodies.
Do you decoupage? These colorful buckets would be great to store kids’ art supplies or other knickknacks. And if you act now, they could even make great last-minute candy buckets for Halloween!
Remember Allie’s inspiring ideas for crafting with old magazines? Well, I hope you haven’t thrown your extras away (and if you’re anything like me, I’m sure you haven’t). This time, let’s add a few candy wrappers into the mix for an unexpected design. Visit Saved by Love Creations to learn how to make this impressive vase.
Be honest. Would you have ever guessed this “stained glass” jar was made with translucent colored candy wrappers? I know I wouldn’t have. Let the Re-Creations Project show you how to make your own.
If you’re looking for the perfect candy bowl to delight all the little monsters and princesses that will be coming to your door, why not make your bowl as festive as your home decor? And while I understand this will require you to eat some candy prior to Halloween, I just don’t see that as a problem.
Candy wrapper bracelets were all the rage when I was in elementary school, but these fun candy wrapper beads put my Starburst chains to shame. Visit Michele Made Me to see all the magnificent ways Michele turned ordinary candy wrappers into surprisingly cool accessories.
All right, time to wrap it up (please excuse the pun). Share which crafting ideas you’re craving this Halloween. We’d love to hear them!