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Easy Halloween Craft Roundup

One weekend to go until Halloween, and any of these can be done with plenty of time to spare! I scoured the blog to round up some past Halloweeny crafts and even had a couple new ones to add this year. Happy Halloween!

 

The Amateur Librarian // Quick & Easy Halloween Treats

Cursive Skeletons

The Amateur Librarian // Quick & Easy Halloween Treats
I found this idea in an old Mailbox magazine from my teaching days, and couldn’t resist a craft afternoon in San Fran. Every year, this is one of my most popular posts!

Fall Leaf Suncatchers

Trick or Treat Cross Stitch Cube Finish

Pumpkin Patch photo banner

Giant Modern Cross Stitch

The Amateur Librarian // Quick & Easy Halloween Treats

Spiders, Skulls, and boo! Oh my… these posters made the cross-country move and I’ve found a place for them every year, no matter where we are! Super easy 30-minute project – all you need is poster board, needle, and thread.

Reversible Bunting

The Amateur Librarian // Quick & Easy Halloween Treats

Gotta love bunting!  Halloween fabrics on one side, Thanksgiving on the other side… 2-in-1 lasts all season!

Spider Web Cupcakes

The Amateur Librarian // Quick & Easy Halloween Treats

I can’t do anything fancy when it comes to baked goods, but these look pretty cute with no effort at all!

Patchwork Pumpkin Wall Hanging/Table Topper

The Amateur Librarian // Quick & Easy Halloween Treats

One year it was a wall hanging, the next year a table runner in the dining room, this easy runner always brings some fun to the house. Lots of crazy novelty prints make up the patchwork pumpkin and string blocks.

If you need a super easy work-appropriate costume, look no further than Rosie the Riveter!

The Amateur Librarian // Quick & Easy Halloween Treats

The Amateur Librarian // Quick & Easy Halloween Treats

All you need: chambray shirt, red kerchief, & lipstick!  And be prepared to show off your guns all day long, of course 🙂

Mother of Dragons Costume

If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, here’s a super easy peasy mother-daughter costume: put baby in a dragon onesie and buy a $7 t-shirt for yourself! I also found a long silver wig to wear while passing out candy on Halloween night, but for a super basic costume, just the t-shirt does the trick.

Cheers to a spooky Halloween!

The Amateur Librarian // Quick & Easy Halloween Treats

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