DIH Workshop: Tombstone Halloween Candy Holder

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Halloween Candy Holder

DIH Workshop: Tombstone Halloween Candy Holder

Decorating for the holidays can be overwhelming. In order to add an easy, festive touch to your home this Halloween, a simple DIY candy holder can really bring your decor to the next level! Keep reading to see how this group of talented bloggers customized DIY candy holders to fit their unique style.

Fortune Teller Halloween Candy Holder

Halloween Candy Holder

Rachel Pereira of Shades of Blue Interiors fully embraced the Halloween season. For her project, she built a spooky fortune teller and complemented the space with a glowing crystal ball, lanterns and pumpkins.

Plaid Scarecrow Halloween Candy Holder

Halloween Candy Holder

Maryann Caballero of Domestically Speaking created another classic fall look with a scarecrow and hay to store her Halloween treats. Check out Maryann’s tutorial on how to create a plaid scarecrow candy holder to make your own Halloween candy holder.

Illuminated Night Scene Halloween Candy Holder

Halloween Candy Holder

Natalie Dalpias of The Creative Mom loves to create DIY projects of all shapes and sizes. Natalie included lights to really make the moon and bats on her candy holder stand out at night. Get the full story behind Natalie’s DIY candy holder here.

Pick Your Poison Halloween Candy Holder

Halloween Candy Holder

Our final blogger, Laura Stewart of Junque Cottage, wanted to add simple, festive harvest decor to her mantle. Using the method outlined in the DIH Workshop, Laura created a candy holder display that is a perfect fit with her home’s style.

Be sure to check out all the DIY Halloween candy holders our DIH Workshop blogger partners created:

To learn how to make your own customized candy holder, sign up for our Do-It-Herself Workshop on Thursday, October 19, 2017. Make sure to register for your local DIH Workshop on our workshops registration page.
Find more inspiring Halloween decorations at The Home Depot Blog.