My sister Natalie is one of the most creative people I know. She has always been one of those “good at everything” people, and I love to see her creations. Last week, she sent me these photos of her adorable Halloween Crafts that she whipped out of mid air in less than a day. Aren’t they ADORABLE!?!? I love how comfortable she is with power tools, and I envy that quality. She has her own set of saws and nailer, and can create crafts in a snap!

She cut the darling creatures out of 1/2 inch MDF and if you are a seasoned reader around here at All Things Thrifty, you know how CHEAP MDF is. For an entire sheet of the stuff, it costs right around $20.00ish. So, think of all the projects that would fit on a 4 foot by 8 foot sheet!

What a great way to spruce up your porch for the holiday!

I love how each creature has dimension because of the way she put them together. She used black hot glue to make the mouth of Frankenstein.

She used loop screws to hang them with a simple piece of ribbon.

I think the skull is my personal favorite.

Maybe she should make me a set!?!? Don’t you think she should?…come on, help me out here, tell her to make me a set!! Maybe if there are enough of us that want them I could convince her to mass produce these bad boys. Don’t you wish you could just wave a magic wand and whip something like this out? Well, she can! LOVE EM!


  1. says

    I think they are super adorable. Do you think your crafty sister might be making some just as cute for Christmas? Wouldn't they be fun! And by all means of course she should do a set for her super sis! Share and share alike. That's what sisters are for!

  2. says

    Dear Brooke's Sister,

    You know that you have used many an idea from Ms. Thrifty herself, so you should share the love! It would be the thing that a GOOD sister would do.

    love your guts

  3. says

    I agree – Natalie is an amazingly creative person! AND on top of all her creative talents she is the sweetest person!

    Nat, these are DARLING!!!

  4. says

    those are amazing! And yes you do deserve a set, oh so do I! I wish I was like your sister! I could do them now that I seen them, I am a great copy cat… but #1 I would never get them done, and #2 could never come up with it on my own…

  5. says

    SOOOOOOOOOO creative! Do u know how much she could sell those for?! Holy cow! I cannot get over how cute they r! I am going to copy cat but I promise u they will not b that good or cute! And I will have to start now for them to b done NEXT halloween!!!

    • Brooke says

      Hi Sherrie. Thanks for stopping by. For this look, get an old toothbrush and put a little bit of white paint on the end. Use your finger to pull back the bristles and spray the paint across your crafts. It’s hard to explain but try it, and hopefully you can figure it out. Try it on something unimportant first to get the hang of it first. :)

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