These Seven Spooky Things should keep you well spooked from June 1st to June 7th.
Last month each week had a theme and although we're now into a new month, we're going to kick start it off with a bonus theme week! And this weeks final theme is Vintage Halloween.
Check out all of this weeks daily tasks below:
Let's start the week with a five minute make. This is really simple to make and also looks great. These vintage style Halloween nut cups would look great amongst your vintage collection or for your next Halloween party.
Based on original nut cups, these printable cups can be used for all kinds of things. What's more is that the printable to make these is completely free.
Check out all the steps and your free download right here.
Your next make for this week is this vintage style Black Cat Trinket Box. It will take a little patience to put together but with that being said, it's very easy to make and the finished product is brilliant.
Imagine giving these out with little gifts inside at your next party or even adding a little touch of Halloween to Christmas? The box alone is a gift so to include something inside would make it extra special.
Find out everything you need and how to make these wonderful little boxes right here.
Today we're making paper dolls and these are sure to be a lot of fun with the kids too. Created using vintage Beistle designs, these free paper dolls will make a great Halloween decoration for your home. You could also make them in different sizes and make them into little hanging decorations too.
Or just print off loads and make your own paper doll army. Whatever you decide to do with them, get started with all the details and your free printable right here.
One thing that you cannot deny is a true Halloween classic is the Halloween mask. Whether they're made from fabric, paper, card, plastic or even metal, Halloween masks have been a staple of this spooky holiday for as long as it's existed.
Thankfully By Gone Theatre has put together a whole bunch of different Halloween mask designs that you can download and print to make your own Halloween decorations. Maybe even use them as gift tags for presents or for making small hanging decorations?
Check out all of the designs and printables right here.
You might be able to make todays creation with a small amount of things around the house, if not a visit to your nearest craft store is a must as today you can make these wooden vintage style Halloween cubes.
Each side has a unique design so you can change them around as much as you like and also put them out year after year until they become vintage by themselves!
Find out all of the ins and outs of how to make these right here.
Your final vintage style make for this week is this Countdown to Halloween wall plaque. What I really like about this is the use of a black peg as a bat but also a chalk holder, it's such a simple idea but one that works really well.
What's more is that although the instructions for this are tailored to this particular design, why not change it up a little and create your own unique Halloween design?
Find out all of the details right here.
It's the last day of the week and let's be honest, if you've managed to make everything this week then a break is definitely in order.
So to end the week we're not going to watch a film but instead a short series and this week's Movie Night or Series Night (as it's more appropriate) will be the wonderful Over The Garden Wall.
Released in 2014 by Cartoon Network, the show has quickly developed a cult status and was only released for the first time ever in the UK this year on dvd and blu ray. The story follows two brothers who become lost in the woods and must find their way home. It features many dark twists and turns with odd moments of adult humour.
Now the reason I have chosen this specific show for vintage week is because it actually has quite a few vintage Halloween elements throughout the show, from the cute but creepy pumpkin people to actual vintage decorations that are scene in later episodes of the show. Each episode is only around 10-12 minutes each so you can finish this show in a day, but it is definitely one that hopefully will become a new favourite.
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: @annaspookshorror
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!