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Oct

5 Fun DIY Halloween Buckets For Trick-or-Treating

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Halloween is less than a week away! Is your family ready? Costumes… décor… candy… so much to think about! But don’t forget the iconic Halloween bucket!

When I was a kid, we liked to use pillow cases, but really, how uninspired is that? (Besides, they probably hold WAY more candy than we’d like our kiddos to bring home, right? So, in honour of getting crafty and having fun before the big day — here are some fun DIY Halloween buckets that your kids will be happy to fill!

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Is that a furry pumpkin bucket? You bet! Find out how to make this one over at Jenny On The Spot!

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If I could crochet, this pumpkin bag from Zoom Yummy would be first on my list of things to create! Such a neat idea!

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BOO! This bold and colour bucket comes to us from Design, Dining + Diapers. Love the use of fabric here!

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The creative folks over at Room To Inspire came up with this neat peat pot bucket! (If you’re going to use this for a night of treat-collecting, opt for a stronger handle — a thick braided rope might go well with this design!)

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Now, these last little baskets via Kiki Creates are actually tiny wee things, great for indoor decor, but not so great for trick-or-treating. Either way — love that sparkle!

Have you been making any fun Halloween DIYs this season?

PS. Check out these great Fall crafts for kids!

Desiree Fawn

Désirée Fawn is a Canadian mom, blogger, and doula. She’s a tea enthusiast, social media connoisseur, and lover of travel. Her blog, So Fawned, began in 2008 as a way to document her life as a young mother, and has morphed into space featuring daily inspirations, insights into motherhood, style, home, and more. Désirée lives in Ontario with her daughter and partner. She also writes for Mom Spark.

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