9+ DIY Halloween Crafts

9+ DIY Halloween Crafts

If you are searching DIY Halloween Crafts. This is the best post to read. We gathered these DIY Halloween Crafts by researching alot online and offline.  We are hoping. You are going to like these DIY Halloween Crafts.

DIY Halloween Crafts Gallery:

diy halloween crafts 1
diy halloween crafts 1
Picture Credits: Melodrama
diy halloween crafts 2
diy halloween crafts 2
diy halloween crafts curtain snakes
diy halloween crafts curtain snakes
Picture Credits: Sara Dorio
diy halloween crafts ghosts
diy halloween crafts ghosts
Picture Credits: John Kernick
diy halloween crafts hanging ghosts
diy halloween crafts hanging ghosts
diy halloween crafts jars
diy halloween crafts jars
Picture Credits: Sarah Dorio
diy halloween crafts lanterns
diy halloween crafts lanterns
Picture Credits: Motte
diy halloween crafts paper bats
diy halloween crafts paper bats
Picture Credits: Mikkel Vang
diy halloween crafts paper cats
diy halloween crafts paper cats
Picture Credits: Sarah Dorio
diy halloween crafts paper flowers
diy halloween crafts paper flowers
diy halloween crafts paper spiders
diy halloween crafts paper spiders
Picture Credits: Studio D
diy halloween crafts pillows
diy halloween crafts pillows
Picture Credits: The Real Thing with the Coake Family.

In ancient Egypt, the dead were buried with food to feed them on their journey to the other world. In nether lands, dead koeks were consumed by the mourners in a funeral. In India, in Hindu religion, people offer food to the pithrus (the dead). Let us know about the history of Halloween candy in this article.

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In the ninth century Celt world (Ireland, England, and Scotland), the church priests were active in replacing the ancient Celt religion with Christianity. Some of the methods that they followed included adopting the Celt traditions and Christianizing it. Owing to this, the Celt festival of Samhain was replaced with the ‘all saints day’ the day devoted to all the saints in Christianity. In Celt religion, people kept food outside their house to please evil spirits and to prevent them from entering their house.

DIY Halloween Crafts : This tradition of keeping food outside was replaced with ‘soul cakes’. The priests encouraged the people to make soul cakes and give them to the poor. Thus began ‘selling’. The poor would go door to door begging for the ‘soul cake’ in return for prayers for the dead (trick or treat). These traditions were brought to America post-war along with the Irish and English immigrants.

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