With Halloween right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking creatively about how you’re going to decorate your home or office for the big holiday. Sure, you probably need to go out and purchase pumpkins, maybe a few yard decorations, and some synthetic spider web material, but what about some DIY Halloween decorations? At GOS, we’ve put together a few Halloween crafts that can be made out of nothing more than a few easy to find school supplies.
This craft is a great way to show your kids just how easy it is to take simple office supplies and turn them into something beautiful that can adorn a mantel or table in your home. For step by step instructions on how to create these paper pumpkins, head on over to the DIY inspired blog at the link below:
Whether you’re looking to spruce up your home or office for Halloween, these Halloween paper lanterns are extremely easy to make. A stapler, construction paper and a few cuts and you have a paper lantern that will instantly become the focal point of any room. Check out instructions at The Crafting Chicks blog below:
Decorate your kitchen or breakroom with these easy to make paper plate pumpkins. All you’ll need are paper plates and construction paper! Find an easy to follow tutorial at the Housing a Forest blog linked below:
With a simple paper bag and some construction paper you can instantly turn a simple bag into a spooky lair. Check out The Paper Pony blog at the link below for step by step instructions.
Country Living magazine has a number of free templates for cutting out spiders, skulls, bones, and other spooky shapes to give your home or office some festive Halloween décor. These templates allow you to take simple construction paper and turn it into something that will be a conversation starter for anyone who enters your home or office. Check out the templates at the link below:
If you’re looking to make some of the Halloween crafts we’ve mentioned in this blog, don’t hesitate to reach out to the GOS team for all your office supply needs. We can be reached by phone anytime at 800-277-0208, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.