I did a guest post on Design*Sponge on how to make typography pumpkins (I think technically it’s some sort of squash but for all intents and purposes I’m calling it a grey pumpkin.) See the full DIY here!
My friend Eunice Moyle of the fabulous letterpress stationery company Hello Lucky showed me a picture of the ticket booth she made for a Monster Halloween Party. My first thought was “What a great theme for a party” and then I asked her to let me take pictures to share. She made the whole thing from cardboard and tempera paints, it is seriously genius! It’s just a reminder that the the best things are usually made from creativity and not expensive materials.
photos by Paul Ferney for Oh Happy Day
Here is a super simple DIY that could work as Halloween party favors or even as an activity at a Halloween party. These little ghosts-on-a-stick are so sweet and modern. The materials are so simple and process so easy. See the full directions below.
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Here’s a fun DIY that my friend Tonia came up with. It’s super easy decoration for Halloween. All you need are those wooden art mannequins from IKEA and gauze. We also used our hand model to create a creepy hand (it looks real!) Set them up on your entry way table or along the snack table at you Halloween party!
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Halloween is right around the corner and it is the perfect holiday to give some sweet treats to friends. The Happy Halloween Candy Box Band DIY is simple to make and only requires a few supplies. You can add candy, trinkets, or a small gift inside the box.
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