Crafts, Entertain/Food / October 28, 2014

Halloween Wine Crafts & Craves

Getting ready for your own Monster Mash? Halloween is almost upon us, and to get ready, we have gathered some new and more-spooktacular-than-ever wine bottle and cork crafts for your creepy celebrations this year. 

We’ve also found three not-to be-missed treats that you can enjoy with your favorite vino! Keep reading for crafts suitable for your trick-or-treating festivities.

The Crafts

Halloween Wine Bottle Lamp via Tattooed Martha

Creepy Halloween Wine Bottle Lamp

With this simple tutorial, create your own Halloween-themed lamps for your party table or entryway. Leave the drilling for Dr. Frankenstein and make your own ghoulish glowing bottles in just 15 minutes!

Halloween Bottle Labels via

Printable Wine Bottle Labels

There are tons of craft ideas out there that involve turning your empty bottles into an assortment of potions and spells with custom printed labels. We found a great source for templates that you can print from home. And here is a tutorial for an all-natural way to get those old labels off.

Cork Spider Craft via The Kraft Farm

Creepy Crawly Cork Spiders

Grab black pipe cleaners and paint, glue, and googly eyes, and you are all set to turn your saved-up corks into these adorably creepy spiders!

Wine Cork Pumpkin Craft via A Little Tipsy

Decorative Cork Pumpkin

Pumpkin lovers, delight! Here’s a pretty way of using those corks to make a cute pumpkin to dress up your mantle. This one will even keep ‘till Thanksgiving, giving you double the decorating power this fall!

The Craves

Black Widow Goat Cheese Log, photo by David Malosh via Food & Wine

Black Widow Goat Cheese Log

Pair this yummy Goat Cheese Log with our Middle Sister Drama Queen Pinot Grigio

Halloween Spider Deviled Eggs via Delicious as it Looks

Spooky Spider Deviled Eggs

You know we love deviled eggs, and some carefully cut black olives can go a long way to dress up these devilishly delicious appetizers. Pair these with a glass of Lady La Femme Prosecco, and you’re all set!

The Banshee Mulled Wine Recipe

The Banshee, Mulled Wine for Halloween

Try serving Banshee punch using your favorite red (Middle Sister Rebel Red could do the trick), along with blood oranges, and extras like plastic spiders, or eyeballs for full macabre effect!

Donate your corks

Don’t have enough corks saved up to craft? You can still put those corks to good use in our Corks for Coats campaign we’re running through the end of the year. Send your corks to our home office and for each cork we receive, we’ll donate $1 to the One Warm Coat nonprofit organization. Get all the details here


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