And here's the thing: These glowing ghosts only take 10 minutes (or less!) to make.
DIY Holiday Crafts
In our neighborhood, the kids like to leave little notes and fun surprises in each other's mailboxes.
Forget about cleaning up sticky pumpkin guts and get your kids in on the decorating action with these brilliant ideas.
This is a perfect trick-or-treat or party favor alternative, especially for kids with food allergies.
I put together this 'Wicked'-easy pattern for my daughter this Halloween.
These take little more than paper and string, and get my kids into the spirit of Halloween (as if the promise of 35 lbs of candy weren't enough).
We're unleashing our creativity instead of grabbing the latest polyester frock at the store.
These colorful cubes are my trick to getting my kids to drink more water and less juice.
I'll be breaking out the paints again this year for this "you're allowed to get messy" patriotic project.
A good pomade can run upwards of $20. Here's how to make it at home for just a couple bucks.
My son helped make this stylish card holder for his dad. It's a DIY gift he'll actually use for a long time.
What dad wouldn't love a handmade puzzle card to put together on Father's Day?
A card that pops...for your Pops!
I keep photos of my kids on the fridge with these chic mini-frames.