Halloween Project Inspiration Part 1

Halloween Project Inspiration



Get ready for the spookiest time of year with these projects from The Studio. Whether it’s party décor or stamped card ideas, we have all the Halloween project inspiration you’ll need to create an unforgettable Halloween. Create one of our projects or put your own unique spin on Halloween. And for even more Halloween inspiration, follow our 31 Days of Halloween board on Pinterest. There will be new project inspiration every day for the entire month of October!  

Halloween Cards by Claudine Hellmuth

 

Halloween Project Inspiration

 

These cards are full of Halloween whimsy. Using Claudine Hellmuth’s stamp set and a variety of patterned papers, this house has plenty of personality. Use them as invitations or to send a note to a friend.

Halloween Treat Bundles

Halloween project inspiration



If you’re throwing a Halloween bash, be sure to make these treat bundles.  With just a few details added to our striped kraft bags, you can give your guests a party favor that captures the spirit of the season.  

Spooky Chandelier by Kristen Robinson

 

Halloween Project Inspiration

 

Kristen Robinson created this hanging chandelier using vintage Halloween ephemera and a spot of ribbon. It’s a quick and easy craft that doesn’t require a cauldron and eye of newt to create! The pieces of this chandelier can also be hung around the house to add some spooky décor t the rest of the house.

Wrapped Wire Pumpkin

Halloween Project Inspiration



Create this wrapped wire pumpkin with mixed-media flair for the fall season. The pumpkin is wrapped in alternative muslin and washi tape for an easily altered project that can create a decorative display on your desk at work, in your home, or anywhere else that could use a bit of enchanting Halloween magic.  

Chalkboard Coffin Invitations

 

Halloween project inspiration

 

These coffin invitations are a creative way of gathering your friends for the monster mash — just paint with chalkboard paint and write the date of the event! Fill these with toy skeletons or candy for an extra special touch that goes above and beyond the ordinary invitation.

Spooky Delights by Kristen Robinson

Halloween Project Inspiration



Create party favors with storage tubes of candy and these decorative tags. Clear plastic tubes are great for mailing while creating a bit of temptation when filled with treats. These little darlings are just beckoning to be filled with seasonal goodies and delights!

Have a great Halloween DIY idea? Share it in the comments below and follow us on Pinterest for even more Halloween inspiration!

 

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  1. JackieP Neal says:

    Really inspiring Halloween treats!! Thanks for sharing! “)

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Halloween Project Inspiration



Get ready for the spookiest time of year with these projects from The Studio. Whether it’s party décor or stamped card ideas, we have all the Halloween project inspiration you’ll need to create an unforgettable Halloween. Create one of our projects or put your own unique spin on Halloween. And for even more Halloween inspiration, follow our 31 Days of Halloween board on Pinterest. There will be new project inspiration every day for the entire month of October!  

Halloween Cards by Claudine Hellmuth

 

Halloween Project Inspiration

 

These cards are full of Halloween whimsy. Using Claudine Hellmuth’s stamp set and a variety of patterned papers, this house has plenty of personality. Use them as invitations or to send a note to a friend.

Halloween Treat Bundles

Halloween project inspiration



If you’re throwing a Halloween bash, be sure to make these treat bundles.  With just a few details added to our striped kraft bags, you can give your guests a party favor that captures the spirit of the season.  

Spooky Chandelier by Kristen Robinson

 

Halloween Project Inspiration

 

Kristen Robinson created this hanging chandelier using vintage Halloween ephemera and a spot of ribbon. It’s a quick and easy craft that doesn’t require a cauldron and eye of newt to create! The pieces of this chandelier can also be hung around the house to add some spooky décor t the rest of the house.

Wrapped Wire Pumpkin

Halloween Project Inspiration



Create this wrapped wire pumpkin with mixed-media flair for the fall season. The pumpkin is wrapped in alternative muslin and washi tape for an easily altered project that can create a decorative display on your desk at work, in your home, or anywhere else that could use a bit of enchanting Halloween magic.  

Chalkboard Coffin Invitations

 

Halloween project inspiration

 

These coffin invitations are a creative way of gathering your friends for the monster mash — just paint with chalkboard paint and write the date of the event! Fill these with toy skeletons or candy for an extra special touch that goes above and beyond the ordinary invitation.

Spooky Delights by Kristen Robinson

Halloween Project Inspiration



Create party favors with storage tubes of candy and these decorative tags. Clear plastic tubes are great for mailing while creating a bit of temptation when filled with treats. These little darlings are just beckoning to be filled with seasonal goodies and delights!

Have a great Halloween DIY idea? Share it in the comments below and follow us on Pinterest for even more Halloween inspiration!

 

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