As we move into autumn the nights become longer and the days become colder. Signs of the new season are all around. Trees exploding into riots of colour – reds, yellows and golden browns and fruit laden branches are gradually being stripped of their bounty.
October is also the month that we celebrate an increasingly popular event – Halloween!
To help you get into the Halloween spirit I’ve created six spooky and fun projects you can do with the kids to transform your garden into Halloween haven for wildlife!
Here’s the first, a Witches Head bird feeder. It’s quick and easy to do and you can pick up the items very cheaply if you don’t already have them in the back of a cupboard somewhere!
Just click on the image below to go straight to the ‘How To Guide’.
I’ll be sharing the other spooky projects throughout the month.