Missing Halloween and the month of October? Me too! So from now until Halloween, each week they'll be a new 'Seven Spooky Things' post to ensure you can add a bit of Halloween to your day 365 days a year.
These Seven Spooky Things should keep you well spooked from September 14th to September 20th.
There is only 1 Seven Spooky Things blog post left before they end and October arrives! Eeek!
Check out all of this weeks daily tasks below:
We're starting this week with less of a make and more of an idea for a future make! These adorable woodland pumpkins are made using felt and card and can be put together in less than 30 minutes!
This is such a great idea for decorating this Halloween and also just for Autumn! Maybe decorated your pumpkins like this for Autumn and then carve them out with a scary design for Halloween?
Find out how to make this cute little fox along with more woodland creature designs right here.
Today actually marks the first official day of Autumn! The best time of year has finally arrived and we can now look forward to cooler weather, cosy nights wrapped in blankets, sweaters and comfort food!
So let's celebrate the first day of Autumn with these Pumpkin Spiced Chocolate Chip Cookies! If you love cookies in general, then you will love these too!
Check out how to make these delicious treats right over here.
Now is the perfect time to start stocking up on all of that wonderful Halloween candy. A large amount of stores will be stocking all kinds of seasonal treats right now what better way to store them, than with these Candy Corn mason jars?
Todays make is quick and easy but they look great. They would make the perfect table decoration or just look great on your shelves, filled with all kinds of wonderful sweet treats.
You can read up on how to make your own Candy Corn Mason Jars right here.
Now that Autumn is well and truly here, you'll want to be decorating your home to reflect the seasonal change that is already happening outside. If like me, you like to fill your home with autumnal treats including pillows, blankets and decorative items around the place, then you'll love todays make.
This easy tutorial will show you how to make Halloween ornaments for you a seasonal indoor tree. The easiest part is the branch as all you'll need is an old tree branch that you think would be perfect to hang small, light decorations on. Grab this and remove any loose bits from the branch, then paint it any colour you desire.
You can then make your very own hanging autumnal decorations by checking out all of the steps right here.
I love a good wreath! If it's bursting with all kinds of autumnal colours and accents then I am all over it and this wreath is no exception.
When I first came across this tutorial, I actually thought this would be quite complicated to put together but to my surprise it's actually extremely easy and quick. The majority of the wreath is made from tied ribbons, with the tassle ghosts being the final, easy touch too.
If I hadn't of ordered myself a new wreath for the door this year already, I would be all over this!
Find out how to make this easy diy right here.
The weekend is officially here and for this week we're going to take it easy. Today we're reading and tomorrow we're watching. So you can put your feet up and release with todays article. The wonderful Halloween Haiku has put together a list of Fun Alternatives to Going Out this Halloween and for some of you this article is going to be a big help.
So many of you are concerned Halloween is over this year and that it's been cancelled. Halloween can never be cancelled and just because it won't be the same as what we're used to does not mean it's gone completely. There are many ways to celebrate the best time of the year and the article above will help you to do just that!
To end the week we're watching The Village. This Village was released in 2004 and was written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan.
The film follows a small village that is under strict rule to never leave. Just beyond the boundaries of the village are monsters that will attack and kill anyone who tries to leave. However as time goes on the villagers start to become suspicious of what exactly is keeping them there.
I personally really enjoyed this film and the twist towards the end was a nice surprise. If you have never seen The Village before then I would definitely say it's worth a watch but be warned... you'll either love it or hate it.
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: @eclipseafterglowstudios
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!