HALLOWEEN KIDS CRAFT IDEAS
26 Super Fun & Easy Halloween Crafts For Kids Of All Ages
Give Your Home A Spellbinding Makeover With This Fang-tastic Collection Of Handicrafts!
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Halloween Table Décor Crafts For Kids
Bleach Pen Napkins
Spider Web Glasses
Wrapped Mummy Place Cards
DIY Spider Bowls
Brain in a Jar
DIY Webbed Placemats
DIY Spider Cupcake Toppers
DIY Tombstone Chair Covers
Trick Or Treating DIY Kids Projects
Halloween Candy Cups
DIY Trick-Or-Treat Bag
Going trick-or-treating? Why not carry a one-of-a-kind hand print spooky bag for all the candies you loot? Kidfriendlythingstodo.com has a full guide on how to make this cute handmade trick-or-treat bag using just a few supplies: a pillowcase, fabric paint, puffy paint, and a paintbrush. What’s so great about this bag is that you can later keep it as a keepsake, or even frame it and hang it on the wall as seasonal or permanent wall décor.
Halloween Party Favors & Special Treats
Boo-tiful Miniature Lollipop Ghosts
Note: Sharpie may bleed on Kleenex, so be cautious and just briefly mark the ghost face with the tip of the marker.
DIY Candy Bags
If you are planning on hosting a Halloween party, these candy bags are perfect as party favors. Use plain white or colorful drawstring bags (muslin, cotton, canvas), acrylic paint, and a paintbrush (or a toothbrush). Splatter the paint (mixed with water) over the bag, wait for it to dry, turn it over, and then repeat with the other side. If you wish, you can add your initials in the corner. Taken from Good Housekeeping
Here is another brilliant idea for DIY treat bags. Over at Lia Griffith, you can find printable templates for Halloween creatures (a witch, bat, ghost, and a black cat).
Paper Treat Cups
Tootsie Pop Spider Treats
Halloween DIY Home Décor For Kids
DIY Halloween Stress Balls
These decorative DIY stress balls from Mom Generations are not only easy to make, but are also a wonderful way to relive stress or anxiety. For this activity you will need just 4 things: balloons (orange, white, yellow, purple), white rice (alternatively you can use sand, beans, flour, etc.), a funnel, and a black Sharpie pen. Using the funnel, fill the balloons with rice, tie them up, and draw fun faces on them. Use them to decorate the front yard, front door, porch, dinner table, or your room. You can place them anywhere to make a quick Halloween home decor accessory.
Pro tip: Try using this glow in the dark hemp cord to tie the balloons and complete the look.
Halloween Bat Garland
DIY Giant Eyeball Garland That Pops
Complete instructions for this activity can be found on Paging Supermom website.
Halloween Bean Art
Paper Plate Pumpkin
With just a few supplies your kids can make these lovely pumpkins and use them do decorate the front door or the interior of your home. You can find the tutorial at The Simple Parent.
Mini Monster Rocks
Painting flat stones is such a fun activity! And not only for the children, but for the whole family. Gather your supplies (acrylic paint, googly eyes, and sharpies) and get crafting! Scatter the stones over the front lawn or group them together on side tables as amusing décor accessories. Idea borrowed from Crafty Morning.
Paper Halloween Luminaries
Create these eerie luminaries by Crafts by Amanda. All you need is glass jars, tea lights, and preferred festive design drawn on pieces of paper. Make sure you put tea light in the jars before wrapping the paper around the jar.
Tip: Draw the design in the center of the paper, as the paper will eventually be rolled into a cylinder and only the middle part of the paper will be in focus.