Can you believe that today is Halloween Eve?! That means that today is the last Halloween post for 2015! It has been so fun sharing our Craft Smith spooky inspiration with you all month long. I hope you have loved it as much as we have! We want to finish off with one great post full of last minute projects you can create.
With parties and get-togethers all weekend, you may be looking for some last minute projects to add a personal touch to your decorations and centerpieces. I love this one created with Recollections paper pads from Michaels.
This cute pinwheel table centerpiece was made from Craft Smith Yellow and Oranges paper pad and Recollections Midnight Magic paper pad! The two pair so well together to create the perfect halloween theme party decor! All of our paper can be coupled with other halloween utensils and tools to develop some really unique crafts!
I love how the pinwheels have different combinations of papers instead of one design throughout the entire pinwheel. It mixes things up from what you would typically expect. And how cute are those gold pinwheels?!
Treat boxes are always needed for Halloween parties. Because really, what is Halloween without candy!? Check out these cute little favor boxes for a Halloween party. They could also be used as halloween candy boxes that could be set out for trick or treaters instead of just the normal Grab-and-go candy that most people set out on Halloween. I just used a stencil to trace the boxes onto the Craft Smith paper pads and then scored and folded the paper into a cute little box! Tied with ribbon and/or twine and added more fun stickers to add some sparkle!
Here is a cute Halloween door wreath made from the two same paper pads and a foam circle cut out to hold the shape. Two small pinwheels are then glued to the front, garnished with Recollections Halloween pop up stickers!
This paper wreath is another fun and easy paper craft! Its a really cute way to mix and match fun patters and can be easily customized for any holiday by just switching up the paper pads. The 12x12 paper was cut into 4 pieces and then each piece folded into a cone shape. Hot glue them and let them dry. Next, take a paper plate and glue all the cones to the plate forming a circle with the cones. To finish, I placed another pinwheel in the center for added cuteness!
As Halloween 2015 comes to a close this weekend, we hope you have enjoyed this season as much as we have! The boys have Halloween parties and parades and we can't forget trick or treating! I am feeling better from my surgery Tuesday so I should be able to get in on some fun as well. I hope all of you have a fabulous weekend and I'll be back Tuesday with October's I Spy Craft Smith!