Turn Halloween candy in to a garland as a last minute decoration.
Check out the how-to from Gracious Rain.
These pumpkin blondies would make great last minute Halloween nibbles.
Check out the recuoe from Annie's Eats.
These crochet pumpkins are way too adorable.
Check out the pattern from Planet June.
Continuing the theme of pumpkin themed recipes, here are some yummy pumpkin cream cheese muffins.
Check out the recipe from Annie's Eats.
Here is our pick of some of the best projects on CO+K last week:
Make a set of fang necklaces or turn a plastic cutlery in to fork fangs, mold some Halloween candy corn earrings, bind mini books and a matchbook notebook, bake blood clot & brain cupcakes; frankenberry bars and pumpkin cheesecake, sew a baby cape, make an Audrey Hepburn style necklace, learn to screenprint shirts using wax paper, embroider tombstone place cards, turn a shower curtain in to a tote bag, make a Day Of The Dead flower pin, carve a mini pumkin, make a ceiling fan fandangle, bake some buried alive cupcakes; goblin pies and eyeball cupcakes, sew a stuffed parrot, paint yourself some tiny lips, crochet a carrot, bake pumpkin maple buttercream sandwich cookies; vegan peanut butter and banana muffins and jazzed up pumpkin muffins, turn a tangerine in to a Halloween candle and make calavera bows.
Turn vintage doilies in to cute lace bowls.
Check out the how-to from Prudent Baby.
(Thanks to Jaime for spotting this!)
Our Halloween Crafty Superstar, is Not Quite Nigella food blogger, Lorraine Elliott. She has shared a selection of spooky and gruesome recipes, perfect for Halloween.
Start collecting can tabs from the top of your soda cans and you can make this super cute belt.
Check out the how-to from Curious Girl.
If you're a lover of handbags but can't afford to splash out on a new one, then Refashioned Bags by Faith & Justina Blakeney will help you to upcycle anything into high-style handbags.
The authors of the 99 ways series are back with a new book, filled with tutorials for revamping common household items in to stylish and fashionable handbags. Turn a broken umbrella into a Rainy Day Shopper, a tweed jacket in to a Suit Messenger Bag, a sweater in to a computer cozy, and weave strips of magazine in to a Magbag. Each project is accompanied by easy to follow instructions, making their construction easier than ever.
Now you can have a DIY bag for every day of the week and every occasion, by upcycling unwanted clutter from your home.
Check out a sample project from the book, Shower Curtain Tote.
You can pick up a copy of the book from Random House now.