Halloween Ghost Decoration from a Wooden Cheese Board

Halloween Ghost Decoration from a Wooden Cheese Board

Several years ago, I found a wooden cheese board at a thrift store. It was just the wooden tray part, with indentations that I assume once held decorative tiles. But the tiles were long gone and the wooden tray had a peculiar shape. A shape that seemed DESTINED to become a Halloween ghost decoration.Read more ›

Halloween Ornaments with Upcycled Fan Blades

Halloween Ornaments with Upcycled Fan Blades

I found a bin of fan blades that were SUPER cheap, and there was a pack of white blades on the top. Right off the bat, I saw the potential of creating some Halloween tree decorations or Halloween ornaments. Halloween ghosts from fan blades isn’t a completely original idea, but I had a feeling that I could get two ornaments from each ceiling fan blade.Read more ›

How to Make a Floating Ghost with a Metal Candlestick

How to Make a Floating Ghost with a Metal Candlestick

After last Halloween when I created this fun candy holder, I was determined to create another project for a Halloween ghost decoration. I wanted it to appear to be a floating ghost that could sit on a tabletop. So, the first order of business was to find some metal candlesticks at a thrift store.Read more ›

Alternative Trick or Treat Idea with a Candy Bowl Holder

Alternative Trick or Treat Idea with a Candy Bowl Holder

Even though I have been trying oh-so-hard to work on projects from my garage stash, I still can’t help but swing by a thrift store now and then. Because, you just never know what you’ll find. And this sewing bucket was definitely calling my name. I had a crazy idea to upcycle it into a candy bowl holder for Halloween. Something that would allow me to welcome trick or treaters while maintaining a safe distance and no contact.Read more ›

Upcycling the Glass Light Covers into a Ghost Light

Upcycling the Glass Light Covers into a Ghost Light

If you wander into any Habitat for Humanity ReStore, or really just about any thrift store, you’ll be sure to find a section of glass light covers. They come in different shapes- globe, teardrop, flower, etc. Some of them, however, are the PERFECT shape for a ghost light to use as Halloween decor.Read more ›