Re-experiencing Halloween last year after over 2 decades living abroad in parts of the world where it isn’t really celebrated was quite peculiar.
Having been out of the country for so long and adapting to different cultures and customs has definitely made me a stranger in my birth country – even after being back for a year the reverse culture shock is massive, can be quite distressing at times and is definitely a lot scarier than any Halloween horror!
Here’s a few spooktastic DIYs to get you inspired for the October Refashion Challenge: Another Upcycled Halloween. Be sure to share your creeptastically thrifty projects with my Gone Thrifting group.
Raid your munchkin’s toy stash and whip up a few Easy upcycled DIY Halloween Creepy Dolls for some extra unique decor for All Hallows’ Eve!
Use those creepy dolls + bits from the recycling bin to create a spooky Halloween wreath!
Whip up a baby vampire costume in a flash with my easy peasy tute!
Raid your kitchen drawers and whip up my cute and quirky and oh-so easy upcycled DIY packing tape ghost!
Be the belle of the ball in this quirktastic before and after DIY refashionista costume .
Get the steps to whip up your own Refashioned DIY Rainbow Unicorn Costume right here.
Raid your closets and sift through your stash to whip up the no sew yarn wigs + DIY ragdoll & scarecrow costumes.
Creating the finishing touches on All Hallows’ Eve are a snap with my last minute DIY Halloween decor and trick or treat bag tutorials.
A DIY dinosaur (or dragon) is easy to make in any size you desire!
Check out all of my upcycled Halloween tutes!
Share what you’re creating for this spooky season in the comments below!