These Seven Spooky Things should keep you well spooked from September 7th to September 13th.
There are only 4 Seven Spooky Things blog posts left before they end and October arrives! Eeek!
Check out all of this weeks daily tasks below:
We're down to 4 Seven Spooky Things left! This week we're starting it with a really fun read. The Samhain Society is a group of like-minded people who work together to share as much spooky content all year and I am honoured to be part of such a wonderful group of people.
We have worked together to create a free Halloween 2020 Zine which is filled with all kinds of spooky treats and you can download it below.
If you want to check out all the members who have contributed to this Zine and fill your day with even more spooky content, then you can check out a list of everyone right here.
Those of you who love Primitive Halloween decorations will love todays make. This primitive style candy corns are easy to make and mainly require wood and paints. You could possibly pick up wooden plain candy corn pieces from your local craft store currently too.
They look great and for those of you who like the look of candy corn but hate the taste, these are perfect!
Check out how to make your very own wooden Candy Corn right here.
Todays make is one I cannot wait to get started with. It requires air drying clay (which you can buy from The Works for around £4), a rolling pin and a few more things you should easily be able to find around the house, or at least similar substitutes to make these adorable little ghosts!
The tutorial has used white clay but you can easily purchase standard air-drying clay and paint it white with some acrylic paint.
Find out how to make your own adorable little ghosts right here.
How deliciously spooky does this look? This chocolate trifle is filled with all kinds of tricks and treats and will definitely be a head turner at your next Halloween party.
This trifle uses box mixes and pre-made ingredients so if your short on time you can easily whip this together in no time. Substitute Peeps for any kind of Halloween marshmallow and you're all set for one hell of a tasty treat.
You can read all of the steps on how to make this right here.
Another bake for today and today we're making these absolutely adorable Ghost Pecan Cookies!
These only take around 45 minutes to make and require just five ingredients so you should be able to whip these up in no time at all!
Imagine giving these out to trick or treaters or leaving plate out at your next get-together! (Or just a plate for yourself, yum!).
Find out how to make your own little cute ghosties right here.
Your final make for this week are these quick and easy yarn pumpkins. Personally I love the colours for these, they're very autumnal and look great.
You can also mix these up to create all kinds of colours. Why not make different patches for each season? That way you'll always have pumpkins throughout your home all year long.
Add a small loop to the top step for easy hanging too.
To find out all the details on how to make your own yarn pumpkins, just click right over here.
We're ending the week with this weeks film and we're watching Mars Attacks!
Mars Attacks was released in 1996 and was directed by Tim Burton. I remember when I first watched this film as a kid and it terrified me. I thought the aliens were so scary and I definitely had a nightmare or two. Having watched it recently I realised how silly they look but still absolutely love this film.
If you have never seen this film before then you're in for a treat. It's definitely one of Tim Burtons better films and a whole load of fun.
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: @johnnie_cb
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!