Halloween Party Craft Ideas For Kids
If you’re looking for some fun Halloween Crafts to do with the kids for their upcoming parties – or at your house head over and check out some of the fun crafts that I’ve added on Pinterest from several creative bloggers across the web!
You’ll find finger paint projects, spooky bats, ghosts, glow in the dark pumpkins, slime and much more.
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Here’s a quick look at some of my favorites:
Popsicle Stick Frankenstein
8 Popsicle sticks
Green and black paint
Cardboard (cereal box works)
Start by measuring and cutting a piece of cardboard out of a cereal box. Put glue all over it and stick 7 popsicle sticks on top.
Flip the craft over and glue a single popsicle stick across the body. On the front, draw the outline of Frankenstein’s hair and paint it with black paint as well as his bolts. Paint the rest of the popsicle sticks with green paint.
Once the paint is completely dry draw on a mouth, nose, and some stitches. For the eyes we cut out white ovals with paper and colored the pupils with black sharpie. Isn’t Frankie cute?
Credit Crafty Morning
Take a glove and drop a candy corn in each finger for the nails. Then fill with popcorn. Add a spooky Halloween ring and there you have it. Easy, right? But totally cute!
Masking Tape Mummy
Black paper, masking tape, a white crayon, scissors, glue, and googly eyes. crafts for kids
- Start by drawing the outline of a body.
- Cut or rip strips of tape off the roll and stick to the edge of the table.
- Add the tape to the outline.
- When they are sure that they have added all the tape they want to add cut it out.
- Grab he glue and add some eyes!
- Let dry.
Credit No Time For Flash Cards
Black Round Paper Plates
Step 1: Punch holes around the edges of the plate.
Step 2: Cut the yarn and tie it into a knot through one of the holes.
Step 3: Using the cut yarn begin threading it through each hole back and forth into a web like pattern.
If the yarn seems to long for the kids you can tie it off and two ends and thread it that way.
Cut extra yarn where needed.
Step 4: Get your spiders ready to place. I found these felt spiders at a craft store in packages of orange, black, and purple.
Step 5: Place the spider on top of the web.
Or place it below the yarn and your web is finished.
Credit Anne Lily Design
Toilet Paper Ghosts
Paper plate, 2 large google eyes, a black oval cut out of contraction paper (or draw onto plate with black marker), glue & toilet paper
Directions: Glue google eyes and paper mouth onto the paper plate to make the ghost’s face. Turn the plate over and glue long strips of toilet paper onto the back of the plate. Turn the plate back over & admire your spooky ghost!
Credit The Chirping Moms
View more Halloween Craft Ideas HERE.