Upcycle an old book or dictionary into one of these fabulous spooky Halloween book page crafts!
A couple of weeks ago I shared 25 Fall Book Page Crafts.
Now that my house is all decorated for Halloween I’m switching gears.
I think the book page craze is perfect for Halloween decor.
I can’t put my finger exactly on why, but it does add a sense of spookiness to craft projects.
I’ve gathered 17 Spooky Halloween Book Page Crafts to inspire you!
Black and White Owl Art from Homestead
This simple silhouette art on newsprint is subtly spooky.
Simple Halloween Bunting from Simple as That
This is another simple silhouette on newsprint, but in banner style and would easy and fun to create.
Printable Book Page BOO Banner from The Scrap Shoppe
No books were harmed in the making of this banner! It’s a printable file.
Decorating with Vintage Book Pages from Inspired by Charm
Stamped or printed book pages add instant Halloween decor to this table.
Spooky Accordion Halloween Banner from The Crafting Chicks
Book pages are a fun addition to this accordion banner.
Paperback Book Pumpkins by Country Home via Under the Table and Dreaming
I so love the look of these book page jack-o-lanterns!
Ghostly Book Pop-Ups from Better Homes and Gardens
Use an old book from the thrift store to create these spooky pop-ups.
Witch Paper Wreath via Hostess with the Mostess
This rolled paper wreath makes just a huge statement!
Book Page Treat Bags from Alyssabeths Vintage
Use old book pages to create your own treat bags.
I love the scalloped edges!
Mr. & Mrs. O’Lantern from The Polka Dot Chair
Mod Podge and book pages give inexpensive plastic jack-o-lanterns a fun new look.
Framed Crow Art from Can’t Stop Making Things
Crows and newsprint seem the perfect pair for these spooky frames.
Decoupage Halloween Pumpkin from Make and Takes
Book pages on a foam pumpkin give this a perfect black and white background.
Edgar Allen Poe Wreath from Gwen Moss
I am absolutely loving these rolled book pages pulled together to form a wreath.
Vintage Newspaper Treat Bags from Show & Tell
More sweet book page treat bags decorated with stamps.
Rolled Paper Halloween Wreath from That’s My Letter
These rolled pages make a perfect frame for a spider’s web.
Book Page Halloween Charger from House of Whimsy
And printed text on a faded book page give this frame a super spooky look.
Trick or Treat Wood Blocks from I Dig Pinterest
Use scrap wood for this fun Halloween block project.
What did you think about these spooky Halloween book page crafts?
Outdated dictionaries and old Reader’s Digest books are perfect for this type of craft.
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