These Seven Spooky Things should keep you well spooked from June 15th to June 21st.
Check out all of this weeks daily tasks below:
We're starting the week with a fun little make that only really requires clay/polymer clay, a tooth pick and some paints.
This miniature pumpkin is super easy to sculpt and looks amazing. You don't even need to be skilled with working with clay as this quick and simple tutorial has you fully covered.
You can also go further and make this little set up too.
To find out all the details just click right here.
Your next little make is actually super easy and now is the perfect time to make this too. While a lot of stores have artificial plants available for your summer displays, grab a bunch, some black paint and get making these gothic style plants.
There isn't really any instructions on how to make these as it's literally just painting up some artificial plants but this article from Elle Decor does include some other gothic style makes for you to check out too.
Continuing with the yesterdays plant themed make is another plant creation. This one is BIG in both size and the amount of time it might make for you to put this together.
This DIY man-eating plant requires foam pumpkins (or something similar) paints, tools, golf tees and more but if you're already planning this years Halloween party you have plenty of time to get everything together to make this awesome creation!
To find out all the details just like this link.
Another garden make and also continuing what appears to be a garden theme for this week... This Spooky Lantern Sign Post is actually really easy to make and really does look great.
You don't need a lot at all to make this and you could easily get this sign made in a day. One thing I especially like is that the black and orange stripes from top to bottom are made by simply wrapping tape around the post. So there is no painting needed!
To find out all the details on how to make this just click here.
This weeks movie night is Friday and tonights film is definitely not one for the kids. Rec is a Spanish found-footage film that focuses on a news crew that unexpectedly become trapped inside an apartment building while a deadly zombie virus breaks out.
Released in 2007, an English remake was released in 2008 under the new name Quarantine. If you have never seen either before I definitely recommend watching Rec. I actually sat and watched this film, alone, in the middle of the night with no subtitles because I had no idea it even had subtitles so sat there terrifying myself with no idea what was happening. It was a good film! :)
This is another make that is most likely perfect to put together this time of year. Today you can find out how to make your very own skeletal flamingos!
There isn't a lot of work that needs to go into making these but you will need a pink flamingo so if your local homeware/diy store has any for garden displays then now is the perfect time to swipe one up!
Check out all of the details right here.
Your last little make for this week is this cute spiderweb garland.
Created by Cheers With Chelsea, this diy has been created to show spiders a little love as although they might be a bit scary they're still super cute.
Find out all the details on how to make this fun little creation and even more information on how you can be kind to spiders right here.
As a bonus extra each week i'll feature an instagrammer who has a spooky profile that you might like. This way you can add even more spookiness to your instagram feed each week too.
This weeks featured instagrammer is: @baticamoomin
Check out her awesome instagram for guaranteed Halloween treats all week!
If you would like to be featured just follow the October 31st Instagram or my own (link below) and make some noise!