Halloween Crafts – A Roundup of Roundups

We’ve published some fantastic Halloween crafts on our blog. But there are so many more tutorials available on the internet. I thought that I would put together a roundup of Halloween craft roundups in order to help you find them. So that you have enough time to make one or two of them as decorations for your Halloween party.

You can find so many tutorials for crafts through the following links that you can’t possibly make them all. Take a look, narrow them down to your one or two favorites, and go get the supplies!

One of the best places to look for Halloween Craft Tutorials is One Pretty Thing. There were ten craft roundups published there in October 2012 (so far). So you can find links to over 100 Halloween crafts through the following ten links: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10.

Here are the rest of the Halloween Craft Roundups:

50 Halloween Crafts – The Long Thread (additional:2, 3, and 4)
Halloween DIY Crafts Round-up – Craft Passion
Halloween Craft Roundup – All for the Boys
Bootacular Halloween Crafts Roundup – Blissful and Domestic
Halloween Crafts Round-up – Paging Supermom!
Halloween Craft Roundup – Stockpiling Moms
Create & Share Halloween Craft Projects Round Up Party – AliLily
Halloween Roundup – Polka Dot Chair
Halloween Craft Roundup – Hello Lucky
A Colorful Non Caloric Roundup of Candy Corn Crafts – Crafts ‘n Coffee (more: Pumpkin Crafts)
10 Halloween Handprint Crafts for Kids {Roundup} – Mom Endeavors
Halloween Craft Round-up – Homeschool Mo
The Best Halloween Decorations – mom.me
Fall and Halloween Craft Round-up – Gingerbread Snowflakes
Craft Round-up the Halloween Special – Get Spooky – Birt Mums Blog
Halloween Craft Roundup – Crafting a Green World
Halloween Crafts Round Up – We Know Stuff
Halloween Crafts for Kids Round-up – This Southern Girl’s Life
Halloween Craft Roundup – Petit Elefant
Craft Roundup: Halloween Bits and Pieces – Metro Parent
Halloween Craft Roundup – Apartment Farm

Also be sure to checkout the Halloween craft sections at Instructables and Craftgawker. And, of course, Pinterest is a great place to find inspiration and tutorials for Halloween crafts as well.

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