For Valentine’s day, I made a tutorial for these Triangle Origami Bowls. Now that it’s Halloween, candy containers were top of mind. I thought I’d give this origami tutorial another shot. You can read back to the step-by-step tutorial if you prefer to see photos of each step. I’ve also been asked to make a video tutorial for it. To learn how to make origami bowls, click through now!
Have I mentioned I love Halloween? I probably have a million times. I love making candy packaging, and baking in theme. The quickest way to theme up any craft or recipe is to color it up to the holiday. One of my morning coffee favorites is an orange mocha. I decided to add a citrus twist to the Original Nestle® Toll House® Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe for this halloween cookie treat.
Halloween is definitely one of my favorite holidays. All the dress up and candy packaging thrills the DIY-er in me. Here’s one idea that reminds me of my Dad’s golf club covers. This easy diy halloween ghost lollipop covers quickly turn plain lollies into spook-tacular fun!
It’s one of my favorite months, because of one of my favorite holidays. Halloween! Here are some past halloween-themed tutorials for you to revisit. Happy crafting!
There’s more to Halloween decorating than spooky sights and sounds. Amp up the fear factor this year with these full sensory spook bowls perfect for your little sweet-toothed trick-or-treaters. Give them something to scream about!
Good things come in tiny packages! I guess one type of candy packaging wasn’t enough for me this year. This year though, there’s an origami theme going on. Here’s a simple triangle origami box or pouch that can hold some loose candy like Skittles or M&Ms.
It’s that time of the year again when I come up with different ways of packing up some halloween candy. I came up with these Milk Cartons last year, and Candy Poppers the year before that. Seems like it’s becoming a tradition on the site. Here’s an origami box and lid tutorial you can use for any occasion!