These Seven Spooky Things should keep you well spooked from June 29th to July 5th.
Check out all of this weeks daily tasks below:
We're starting this week with a big make, it's big but cheap and looks amazing! These milk carton witches are made using tomato cages (which you can currently pick up for cheap from most stores stocking gardening products), paints, wire, pens and a few other things you might have around the house already.
You can make these easily in a day. Why not make more than one and create your own little coven of witches?
Find out everything you need to make this right here.
Your next make for this week are these easy Halloween Mickey Mouse ears!
As Disneyland begins to reopen you might be wanting to visit the park and these would be perfect. If you're more into staying at home then why not have a fun little Disney party with these too? Put on Halloween Town or Hocus Pocus and get making!
Find out all the details on how to make these right here.
We've hit the middle of the week and so today instead of making or watching something we're going to be doing a little light reading.
I recently came across this short article that features 11 of the UK's most haunted places. It's a quick but fun read and actually might encourage you to research these a little more to find out even more of the spooky happenings going on at each of these sites.
Check out The Top 11 Most Haunted Places to Visit In Britain via Kayak.
We're back to making again today and this make might take you a few days to complete (clay needs to dry) but the final product really does look so awesome!
These skull and skeleton hand bottles only require bottles, clay, sculpting tools (or make do with what you have at hand if it works) and glue. Similar bottles like this are almost always available during the spookiest month of the year, so why not make them yourself this year instead? You could even change up the bone colours and shapes of the skulls.
Check out all of the details on how to make these right here.
This week Friday is movie night and this weeks film is the latest instalment in the Halloween franchise, 2018's Halloween.
If you haven't seen this film yet (where have you been?) then you're in for a treat. I know a small amount of people didn't like the sequels and remakes of the original film so you'll be pleased to know that this film actually retcons every film made past the first one and places itself as a direct sequel to the 1978 release.
Forty years have passed since the massacre in Haddonsfield and Laurie Stroke has been preparing for Michaels return ever since. When the bus transporting him to a different prison crashes he makes his escape and returns to Haddonsfield once more on Halloween night.
Personally I think this film definitely breathed new life into the franchise and being a huge fan, I was extremely pleased with the film. There are small nods to other films throughout (the kids wearing the Silver Shamrock masks was my favourite Easter Egg) and some scenes that directly mirror the original.
If you haven't seen this film yet then you must check it out and get yourself ready for this years Halloween Kills.
I have shared how to make your very own DIY Witch Broom in the past but the previous tutorial showed you how to make a full size broom, so today we're making smaller witches brooms and in two ways!
The tutorial shows you how to make a broom from twigs or grass and also has even more instructions on how to make different wreaths to go with it too.
Check out how to make todays super easy make right here.
Your final project today is the easiest and quickest out of all of this weeks makes.
These free printables will transform any old books or even book storage boxes into magical spell books. There are even labels to make your very own Dead Sea Salt jars and they're all free to download and print too.
So you can get planning your Halloween party theme for this year or adding a little touch of magic to your home for free! Download and print these 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: @hollyjollyjackolantern
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!