EMC’s guide to Pinterest: Halloween edition
It’s the perfect time of year for crafting and DIY projects. Whether you want to find something fun to make with your kid. or a project to attempt on your own, Pinterest has a wide variety of crafts to choose from. In fact, Pinterest has a whole category specifically for DIY pins, and with Halloween just a day away, let’s get on with it!
Monster Toes have become a Halloween tradition in my house. They are a simple and deceivingly tasty treat that the kids love! They are perfect to serve at a Halloween party or to have for a pre-night snack.
Materials needed: cocktail sausagers, flour tortillas, toothpicks, and ketchup or mustard.
Head to Food.com for the recipe.
Who knew undead bowel movements could be so much fun? Another fun party favour or a treat that you could hand out to the little trick-or-treaters.
Materials needed: marshmallows, plastic sandwich bag or cellophane bag, template or construction paper.
Check out this cute creation on Mighty Delighty.
Whether you use gauze or toilet paper, everyone will be wrapped up in your candles. They can be placed around the house, on the front porch, or even used to line the driveway.
Materials needed: candle, gauze or toilet paper, and googly eyes.
Find the instructions on DailySavings.
These Hanging Bats are bat crazy! They’ll be sure to cause a few double takes by passers-by on Halloween night.
Materials needed: paper, string, googly eyes.
Head on over to Martha Stewart’s website.
“Candy Corn Footprint”
A fun craft for the little one and you to do together. You can save this one for the memory, and hang it up for every future Halloween to come.
Materials: paint, paper, and a willing foot.
The instructions are listed on Momstown.