DIY Halloween Projects Inspired By Thor: Ragnarok #ThorRagnarok

With “Hela-ween” right around the corner, I thought you may like some fun Thor: Ragnarok DIY Halloween Projects that are “Hela” inspired. Also, this will be a little celebration of the awaited arrival of Marvels’ Thor Ragnarok hitting theaters on November 3rd.

Are you ready start? Project ideas below include: a pumpkin carving design, how to transform into “Hela” for under $25 and a delicious and fun candy apple recipe!

DIY Halloween Projects Inspired by Thor: Ragnarok

But first, here’s a little “Hela-ween” inspiration for you featuring “Hela Good”. See the featurette below to get you in the Marvel’s Thor Ragnarok mode!

 

 

Pumpkin Carving

Admittedly, I have been so lame in doing pumpkin carving with the kids! The only excuse I have to offer is because traditionally my husband works a lot of evenings / nights and carving pumpkins with three young children stresses me out.

DIY Halloween Projects that are “Hela” inspired from Thor: Ragnarok.

Detailed instructions for creating this masterpiece can be found here.

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Hela’s Headdress

How would like to have your own headdress just like Hela’s? This would make quite the statement, don’t you think?

DIY Halloween Projects that are “Hela” inspired from Thor: Ragnarok.

If you want to create this beauty, go here for all the detailed instructions. Also, see the video below to create your own replica of her headdress!

 

 

Mjolnir Candy Apples Recipe

Yes, please! Want a yummy treat to for an upcoming Halloween event? How about some Mjolnir Candy Apples?

 

Be the hit of any Halloween party by not only showing with Candy Apples, but one’s based on the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok movie.


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(and, don’t forget THOR: RAGNAROK thundering to theatres November 3rd)

 


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  1. Those Mjolinar candy apples look amazing! I love the pumpkin carving too, thanks for sharing these ideas!

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