I'm super excited about this project- And I think it turned out really well in the end!
These Halloween Baskets are great decorations, or for substitute "Goody Bags" at a kids party. (They could even decorate the baskets as part of the party- too!) They are also good just as decorations or props.
I got the baskets from here:
You can also get them from here....
I hope you enjoy this instructable! :)
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Step 1: Materials:
(stamps, glitter, paint, tinsel, sequins, paint pens, permanant markers or felt tips, foam shapes, ribbon, glow in the dark paint or glitter, fake bugs, fake blood, ect... Anything spooky!!!)
Step 2: Decorate!
Pretty self explanatory. Be creative, remember the creepier the better! You can do a theme, or just go random with it!
I used 3 different stamps to get the effect on the handle and sides. I also used sequins, glue, and paint pens.
Step 3: Fill It
You can get giant bags of sweets from the supermarkets.
I got the "eyeball" chocolates from Tesco.
With the baskets I'm using, you could also fill them with cupcakes, small toys, even cookies!
Step 4: Done!
There you go- a super creepy Halloween basket filled with yummy sweets in less than 10 minutes!
If anyone has any questions, please comment below. Also, if you make this, please post a picture. I would love to see it :)