Halloween Confetti DIY!

Halloween Confetti DIY

Having friends and family over for holiday dinners is one of my very favorite gatherings. This Halloween I wanted to come up with an extra cute table setting. I made some spider plates, sewed some black napkins to match, and painted branches black for a spooky centerpiece-you know, the normal stuff (wink wink). Then my over-achieving inner hostess was like “this looks boring”. And heaven help us nothing is more frightening than a dull-themed dinner table ;). After some brainstorming I came up with the idea to add confetti to the table to really kick of the festive a notch! Let’s just say that Halloween confetti variety is sparse so I decided to make my own! I’ll let you in on a little secret too…this is the easiest craft you will ever do! Now lets make a mess….

Supplies:

Halloween Confetti DIY

– Black and orange card-stock paper- I just used leftover paper from another project so this craft was completely free!

– Circle hole punch (or a punches in whatever shape you want you confetti to be in)

– Scissors

That’s it!

Step 1:

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First, decide what shapes you want you confetti to be. Then, using you punch and scissors cut small pieces of card-stock in the shapes. Done. Craft complete!

Halloween Confetti DIY

Step 2:

Halloween Confetti DIY
Now make that confetti rain on you Halloween dinner scape! Spread confetti everywhere! Go ahead, go crazy.

I liked the look of both circle and triangle shapes on my Halloween-themed table. The mixture seemed to play up the fun and festive that is Halloween!

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Now it’s time to party!

What’s your favorite ways to celebrate Halloween??

This post is by Alix Adams. Alix is a glitter user and ice cream enthusiast. She blogs at A Ruffled Life when she’s not kissing her baby’s fat rolls or covering antlers in glitter.

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  1. Betsy / CollegeMom

    Absolutely adorable! Both of our girls are now off at college and I have barely decorated. I have the boxes pulled out but I think I will just go ahead and decorate for fall / Thanksgiving since the girls will be home to enjoy it with us.

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