With Halloween only 8 days away, now is the time to put together last minute craft or costumes ideas. 8 days might not seem like a lot, but now is not the time to panic. We have a variety of ideas that will help you get those last minute Halloween crafts and costumes in order, even if there isn't a lot of time left. We want to make sure eyes turn to you on October 31st, when you're showing your Halloween spirit.
taken from: Thibodeaux School of Music
Get Costume Inspiration
The first step to getting a Halloween costume put together is finding inspiration for the perfect costume. What better place than Pinterest? Simply searching for Halloween costumes reveals a bevvy of great ideas, many of which can be recreated at home if you're set on a DIY costume. They are also great because they largely resist the overly sexy looks you find with most store-bought costumes for women.
If you're a makeup artist (or novice), check out some great makeup ideas that Buzzfeed has to offer. Even if you have a simple costume, these faces will make you stand out from the crowd. Are you also looking for costume ideas for your kids? These clever ideas are sure to turn heads as you go from house to house collecting candy.
taken from: Buzzfeed
Get Spooky With Your Decor
If you're hosting a party or just generally want to freak out your neighbors on Halloween and the days leading up, look no further! iO9 has some truly devilish decor ideas that are mostly DIY. While some are admittedly a bit complicated and might require a Saturday afternoon to fully realize, others are much less demanding.
One of the most truly frightening is the head in a jar prank. With just a little bit of photo editing and a printer, you can make it seem like someone's head is floating in a giant mason jar. It's perfect to scare your own family or anyone that might come to the Halloween party you have planned. Other ideas like pumpkins puking guacamole might not be scary but they sure are gross.
taken from: Instructables
Get Halloween Printed
Finally, what better way to get in the Halloween spirit than with some cute printables? We do make remanufactured ink cartridges, so we want you to get those printers turned on and used. However, rather than getting bland coloring sheets printed, these ideas are truly inspired and a cut above the rest in terms of quality.
Feel free share to your own spooky and creative DIY Halloween ideas in the comments section below. Also let us know if you've ever used any of the ideas we've mentioned above. But most importantly: don't fret! There is still time left to celebrate one of our favorite holidays of the year.