Category: halloween

DIY Spider Web Pumpkin

This creepy spider web pumpkin is created from a craft pumpkin so it can be reused year after year. Rather than using sharp knives, yarn can be glued on to the pumpkin to create a spider web design with a large spider lurking about waiting for its next victim.  … Read more

DIY Halloween Decorations

Here are some of my Halloween decorations illuminated with LED lights. I love to reuse household items when ever I can especially for my Halloween decorations and crafts. My Boo box is made from a reused snack box. I cut out a window and printed BOO on translucent paper. I… Read more

Inexpensive Halloween Crafts and Decoration Ideas

I stopped by WBAL on Sunday to show how to make inexpensive Halloween crafts and decorations using household items and things from the dollar store! I love going to WBAL…they are amazing! Click here to watch my Halloween TV segment. Please Subscribe to my YouTube Channel I upload new DIY… Read more

Halloween Decorations using Household Items

In case you missed it, here is my Halloween decorations segment from Sunday. I know Halloween is over but some of my reuse ideas can be transferred into other holiday crafts. Also, you can see the awesome new studio at WBAL – very fancy!… Read more

DIY Jack Skellington – Free Pattern Download

Learn how to make Jack Skellington from Nightmare Before Christmas.  Click to download my free Jack Skellington Pattern used in my video. I had the pleasure of Collaborating with the multi-talented Geeky McFangirl. Check out her YouTube Channel where she teaches how to make this beautiful bat jewelry. Please Subscribe… Read more

DIY Halloween Crafts and Decorations

Click the Image Above to Watch the Video I stopped by News Channel 8 for Let’s Talk Live to show how to create fun and scary Halloween crafts and decorations that are sure to lure Trick-or-Treaters to your doorstep. I demonstrated how to make hand-made decorations and haunting displays made… Read more

Nautilus Wearable Art Design

I created another wearable art piece for the ManneqArt Sculpture on the Human Form competition. My first wearable art piece, Snowy Owl, can be seen here. They had four categories to choose from…Earth, Air, Water and Fire…I choose water. And yes, that is me modeling my design. My inspiration was… Read more