Crochet Masquerade Mask

Who doesn’t love masquerade balls? So dark and mysterious. If you are going to one this Halloween, you better have a mask to keep that mystery. And why buy from a store when you can make your own unique mask.

Crochet Masquerade Mask

Get pattern at Persia Lou.

Do you know how to crochet? Learn with this book and kit. You have an option to learn from an online class. This would be a great opportunity to practice and learn something new just in time for Halloween and complete your costume.

Crochet One-Skein Wonders

Easy Rag Wig DIY to Complete Your Halloween Costume

Just a couple days more. Do you have everything that you need for your Halloween costume? If you are whipping up some last minute idea and needed a wig to complete the look, you can make one really quickly.

Easy Rag Wig DIY to Complete Your Halloween Costume

Get instructions at Little Inspiration.

This easy yarn wig is perfect if you are going for a Raggedy Ann look or any similar costume.

Raggedy Anne Baby Costume

Decluttering With Drawer Organizers

We all know that we can’t avoid n untidy and cluttered home. But there is some kind of serenity an organized and tidy home provides. So if you want at least to minimize the mess, start arranging the things in your home properly. You can start by tidying up your drawers.

Decluttering With Drawer Organizers
Learn how it is made at Beckham + Belle.

Have worked with hardboard or plywood before? If you’re not feeling a little butchy, you can ask the man in your house. Or, you can check out this online class and get this book to help you do some woodwork.

Joint Book The Complete Guide to Wood Joinery

Simple Yet Stunning Butterfly Dress

We’re just a few days away to Halloween. Have you thought about what to wear? If you are not participating, maybe your kids are. If you are not of for the dramatic, you can still make a costume using your daughter’s dress and it can still look creative and stunning.

Simple Yet Stunning Butterfly Dress

Visit Mabey She Made It.

Isn’t it wonderful? Plus, you can still reuse the dress even after Halloween.

Do you want to start learning how to sew? Get this book and this starter kit. Or, you can enroll in an online class.

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