These Seven Spooky Things should keep you well spooked from September 14th to September 20th.
There are only 3 Seven Spooky Things blog posts left before they end and October arrives! Eeek!
Check out all of this weeks daily tasks below:
It's another new week which means another new week of all kinds of tricks and treats!
We're starting this week by making these quick, but fun Halloween Soap Bottles. I recently managed to get my hands on some Halloween soaps but as these only seem to be available during spooky season, these bottles are a great way to have spooky soap all year long!
Find out how to make your very own soaps right here.
I don't know about you but I love, love, loveee Mexican food and if there's Halloween themed Mexican food then I am even more for it!
Today we're putting a quick and easy (spooky) twist on Quesadillas by making them as Jack'O-Lanterns. These are quick and easy to make, extremely yummy and would look great at your next Halloween party.
Check out all the details right here.
When witches go riding and black cats are seen, these black cat sock decorations only take fifteen... minutes to make and they look fangtastic.
If you've got some old black socks lying around (or maybe buy a new cheap pair) then you're already on your way to making these adorable black cat sock decorations. You could even mix this up with different coloured spooky socks and have a whole gang of spooky cats!
You can find out all the details right here.
These are quite simply... adorable! And as with most makes I come across, are also easy and quick to make.
These cute little jack-o'lantern pouches would make the perfect little treat for your trick or treaters this year. You could even use these to play a fun little hide and eek game around your home and garden or just to give out as spooky gifts. Plus you can design as many different faces as you like so everyone has a unique little cutie!
All of the steps on how to make your very own little Jack-o'lantern pouch can be found right here.
Friday night is this weeks movie night and tonight we're watching The Thing!
Released in 1982, The Thing was directed by John Carpenter and follows the story of a research team in Antarctica who are being hunted down by a shape-shifting alien that can take on the appearance of it's victims.
This one definitely is not for kids buts totally worth a watch. The film is tense, surprising and scary! I have only actually watched this film recently but after checking it out, it's made me wonder why it took me so long to watch it as it's such a great film.
Halloween is very quickly approaching and even after so many Seven Spooky Things blog posts, I still feel like i'm no where near ready.
Today we're making paper rosettes! These vintage style decorations are cheap, quick and easy! They're a load of fun to put together and really do look great. If you're not feeling the centre designs, why not find images you do like or draw up your own pictures to make a truly unique display this Halloween.
Read up on all the steps right here.
Your final make is here! This weeks last make are these awesome vintage style tassels. They're an easy make but do require a drill to put everything together, so now might be a good time to invest in a new tool!
These would look great placed all around the home or in bunches of all different colours. I'm going to be attempting to make these myself this Halloween too and will most likely keep them out all year.
You can find out how to make your very own 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: @mikeorpse
Check out his 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!