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IKEA Hack – Make your own Skull Floor Lamp

Everyone’s seen IKEA’s floor uplighter, right? It’s been around forever, lighting up dark corners in practically every home across the land. For a fiver, who can blame us? But it doesn’t exactly scream Halloween, does it? So I went to work making something far more...

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DIY Fortune Teller Booth

This year, I’ve been stepping WAY out of my comfort zone and trying my hand at some larger Halloween decorations. I’ve made a giant cauldron complete with medieval oven (coming soon!) and of course, those Gothic Arch windows. But this… THIS was a project and a half!...

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DIY Creepy Gothic Arch Windows

One of my main projects for Halloween 2018 was to tackle a big wall in the OneandSeventy hallway. Right now as you enter through the front door, you’re greeted by three pieces of handmade artwork (you can see them in this post) that last year, I Halloweenified with...

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DIY Colour-Changing Crystal Ball

If you’ve been by Instagram or the Facebook page this week, you may have spotted a sneaky peek of today’s project. Now I’m going to reveal all the complicated secrets for making this colour-changing Crystal Ball. Ready? OK, confession time. This DIY is anything but...

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Fortune Teller Crystal Ball Candlesticks

If you’re a Halloween crafter, I bet you’ve come across this DIY to make stylishly spooky crystal ball candlesticks. It’s one of the earliest additions to my Halloween Pinterest Board and I’ve been forwarded it more than once on Facebook. My friends know me so well....

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Miniature Apothecary Cabinet

What witch doesn’t love an apothecary cabinet? My Halloween Pinterest board has a fair few apothecary ideas, from cabinets, to books, to full-on shelves. Every one of them is chock full of potions, herbs and all manner of natural (and unnatural!) elements. After...

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Halloween in the bedroom and the Gold Spider Canvas

***warning*** This post contains spiders. OK, they’re handmade and they’re gold, but I know how you Sammy-haters can be! Just so we’re clear, this isn’t a post about spiders and neither does it contain kinky horrors. Oh no. We’re not going down THAT route! Not today...

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Harry Potter and the Gryffindor Patch

Halloween is all about magic and Harry Potter is arguably the most famous magical reference this side of Salem. So with the summer holidays upon us and 6 LONG weeks to fill, you might be planning an early Halloween fix at London's Warner Bros. Studios. If you’re a fan...

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Make your own Medieval Gothic Fairy Door

Fairy gardens are all the rage right now and I do enjoy the whimsy of a fairy door, but I can’t say I’m much of a fan of the cute, brightly coloured affairs you often see. This surprises you. I can tell. My idea of a fairy door is rather more Medieval Gothic in...

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A Gothic Altered Bottle and its Victorian Altered Box

One of the best things about being a maker is people give you stuff for your projects. Take this Hunter Laing Old & Rare whisky box for example. It was gifted to me during a rather splendid single cask whisky tasting session. Oh, wait. When I say ‘gifted’… Perhaps...

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Creepy Siamese Twins

One of my favourite Halloween makes of 2017 was the zombie Siamese Twins. Sufficiently creepy yet super easy to make, these spooky sisters formed part of a collection of macabre oddities on the hallway console during last year’s Halloween Open House. The individual...

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Easy Side Table DIY

Sometimes, you come across a DIY idea that’s so head-slappingly simple it doesn’t need a tutorial. This easy side table is one such DIY. Every summer, I sit in the garden and think, “I could really do with a side table for my tea/lunch/glasses/Kindle/wine/gin [insert...

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Chic White Potion Bottles

Halloween doesn’t have to be creepy. In fact, I like a little chic with my celebrations. And what better than some white potion bottles to get the party started? It just so happens that a Love Potion is also a timely reminder of our special wedding anniversary. Was it...

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Light up Halloween Jack in the Box

You’ve heard of a Jack in the Box, well this is my Halloween version. Made from a battered old wicker basket and a foam skull, this simply DIY makes a great static Halloween prop.

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Wedding Crafts worthy of a Princess

Do you know someone who’s getting married? Maybe you or someone you know is celebrating a special anniversary? Here are some stylish wedding crafts that make wonderfully meaningful gifts fit for a Princess. Or a Prince.

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