You can check out all of their halloween projects here. They really have so many projects on their website, not just Halloween but Fall, and other holidays too. It’s a great resource.
The project I made can be found here, and you can download a printable pdf. I picked this project because I love working with shrink plastic and knew I could customize it really easily. Beside’s haunted houses I also decided to make a few using vintage noise maker images as inspiration. With shrink plastic you can trace images, so you can dig out your own vintage Halloween stash–or free hand it.
The only other change I made was to use a little bit of orange permanent marker with the black. Otherwise it was a fun & easy project and I love how they turned out! If you make some I’d love to see them. We have trick-or-treating in our town on a set night every year (not Halloween, I know it seems weird) but we then do a big Halloween dinner on Halloween night and I plan to use these napkin holders for that.
Full Disclosure: I was provided a $50 gift card (which was an exciting surprise) and all the supplies for this craft by Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores as well as the $50 giveaway gift card; however, all opinions are my own as I really do love Jo-Ann Fabric And Crafts.