October 24, 2017

Halloween Queens: DIY Ornaments

Posted by Treetopia in Halloween Decorating Ideas

Halloween Queens DIY Ornaments

Treetopia’s recent Halloween blog hop took us through a journey of crafting and DIY. Drawing inspiration from the classic icons of the season, our blogger friends waved their wands to create magical works of art that embodied the spooky Halloween spirit.

We’ve gathered how-to videos taken by some of our participants to inspire even the most novice crafter. Watch them below and create your own ornaments for October 31!

Eye-Popping Skull Ornaments

Cassie Stephens’ Skull OrnamentsWho thought creating detailed ornaments such as these could be so simple to make? All you need is a lot of imagination–and Cassie Stephens’ ever so helpful tutorial!

Creepy Chatter Mouth Ornaments

Cassie Stephens’ Chatter Mouth OrnamentsNot one to shy away from crafting, Cassie shared with us another how-to video. Watch this tutorial on creating creepy chatter mouth ornaments for this year’s delightful addition to your Halloween tree!

Mad Scientist Ornaments

Crafty Lumberjacks’ Mad Scientist OrnamentsWhat’s a mad scientist Halloween tree without lab charts, styrofoam skulls, and jeeper-creeper goggle ornaments? Take a cue from Dennis and Andrew of Crafty Lumberjacks, who went above and beyond with creating this easy-to-follow video tutorial!

Marbled Pumpkin Ornaments

Natalie Wright’s Pumpkin OrnamentsDeciding to elevate Halloween’s most classic icon, Natalie Wright shared with us her idea of marbling pumpkin ornaments. Follow her DIY tutorial above to create unique accents for your Halloween tree.

For some people, all it takes is an artsy hand and a good eye for design. Sometimes, it takes a little helping hand from imaginative and creative makers. Whatever your skillset, crafting should be first and foremost, fun and enjoyable.

We hope our friends’ DIY videos inspired you to explore and try something new this season. From all of us at Treetopia, HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

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