So when I was making my Salt Dough Leaves, we also went ahead and made some cute Halloween characters. After I did that, I glittered them and strung some baker’s twine through them to make a simple halloween salt dough garland.
Halloween Salt Dough Garland
I’m having a halloween party this year and so I’ve literally been decorating for halloween for over a month. Insane? Maybe.
Above it I hung a Spooky Halloween Banner that says “Beware” made from book pages. Simple to make–here’s the tutorial!
I sent out the halloween party invitations via evite and my brother responded with “Maybe. That seems a bit early for Halloween.” My party is in two weeks…what do you think? Too early? In my mind Halloween has been going on for a month!
I love this cute little garland. It’s such a fun way to bring Halloween into your house without being too creepy. The salt dough is easy to make and create different decorations with. It’s also a great craft to do with your kids! My 4-year-old and I had a blast cutting out the shapes with cookie cutters and then baking them. Then we painted them and glittered them, just like with the Salt Dough Autumn Leaves.
- Salt Dough Ingredients: Baking Soda, Cornstarch, Water
- Leaf cookie cutter
- Acrylic Paint in reds, oranges, and yellows
- Spray adhesive
- Loose Glitter
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
Published September 13th, 2017 7:16 AM