These pumpkins with the doorknob tops are so cute and vintage-y. And, they look pretty easy to make too - BONUS!
|Vintage Doorknob Pumpkins from Finding Home Farms|
I'm obsessed with Tim Holtz products and have always wanted to make a little Halloween collection of apothecary/witches jars so this Undertaker's Parlor that combines both totally appeals to me.
|Undertakers Parlor from IGIRLZOE|
More pumpkins and upcycling! Again, these are made so easily and from thrift store finds. I might just have to make a few.
|Pumpkin Candy Jars from Craftbits|
Now for a few projects on the spooky side. . .
This first one is kinda labor intensive, but it looks like the results might be worth it! Seriously, a full-body ghost in your front yard!? Want!
|Packing Tape Ghost from The Crafty Geek|
A friend of mine actually made a set of these floating crystal ball candlesticks before I even saw the link in my feedreader. She did different images in hers but I like that the tutorial includes printable images to make it easier for you. I think they're pretty awesome.
|Spooky Crystal Ball Halloween Candlesticks from Flamingo Toes|
Lastly, something a little less spooky. . .and yes, pumpkins again. But these are faux quilted pumpkins. For real, they are NO-SEW patchwork pumpkins. So adorable!
|No-sew Patchwork Pumpkins from Crafts n' Coffee|
What are some cool projects that you've made for Halloween? Help me catch up!