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Let’s get crafty this season! Crafting isn’t always time consuming or difficult. Start a new Halloween tradition by making these festive crafts to use as home décor for years to come. If you’re hosting a Halloween party, these crafts are quick, easy and fun to make. We’ll take you step by step through each craft to make sure you have the best creepy, crafty holiday this year.

Publix Halloween Craft - Jar-o’-Lantern

Jar-o’-Lantern

Put your own spin on jack-o’-lanterns this year. Turn a simple glass jar into a flower vase. Use paint, markers, stickers and ribbon to decorate using your own creativity. We offer fall-inspired arrangements, so don’t forget to pick up yours in your local Produce department.

 

 

Publix Halloween Craft - Candle CornCandle Corn

Make your own candy corn-themed candles using common household items. These are a great decoration for any Halloween party or table spread. This one is an easy way to add the traditional yellow, orange and white colors to your home.

 

 

Publix Halloween Craft - Ghost Pop

Ghost Pops

Create fun disguises for your lollipops to surprise your neighborhood trick or treaters! Ghost pops are easy to make, so grab a bag of your favorite lollipops. If you’re having a party, this would be great activity to have for the kids.

 

 

Publix Halloween Craft - Witches' Broom

Witches’ Brooms

Already have food and decorations planned for Halloween? Leave the party favors to us. These witches’ brooms filled with treats are a cute way to hand out candy to your guests.

 

 

 

Which creepy craft are you planning to make this year? For more inspiration including food and drink recipes, check out our Halloween ideas page!

Caroline A.

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Caroline A. started with Publix as a cashier in 2015 and has developed a passion for writing and social media. She loves being a part of Publix’s culture and enjoys bringing new ideas to The Publix Checkout by writing about topics customers might not know about the company. Pub Subs and Publix Sweet Tea are her favorites, and you’ll always find her with an iced coffee in hand. Outside of work, Caroline enjoys traveling, watching college football and playing with her fur child.

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