Spooktacular Halloween Crafts
If your kids are excited about Halloween, check out these 10 frightfully fun Halloween craft ideas that will keep little ghouls busy and out of the Halloween candy stash! Make treat bags, construct little monsters, create skeletons out of pasta, craft a ghostly necklace, and other adorably spooky projects.
Rainbow Paper Tube Bats
These bats are simple to make and double as colourful Halloween decorations for your home, or as Halloween favours – simply add some wrapped treats or candy inside to hand out to your kids. Get instructions from Hello Wonderful.
Tin Can Pumpkin Craft
With Halloween just around the corner, now is the best time to start collecting tin cans! Get instructions from Easy Peasy and Fun.
Outdoor Bat Decoration
Bat's so cute! Welcome your trick or treaters with this sweet outdoor decoration. Get instructions from HGTV.
Make these mummies to send as Halloween cards. Get instructions from Curly Birds.
Inspire your little ones to create a handful of colourful, whimsical, and goofy little monsters from recycled cardboard tubes. Get instructions from Alisa Burke.
Featured on Mini-Eco, kids can't get enough of these DIY Halloween shadow makers! They've got that Tim Burton-esque creepy-cute feel and we have no doubt that they'll pack plenty of spooky fun for your shadow-throwing tots. Get instructions from Mini Eco.
Sew enough for all the trick or treaters! These little treats are fun for a child to bring to school and share. Get instructions from I Am Momma Hear Me Roar.
These cute Halloween Treat Bags are so very easy to make and you really don’t need many supplies. Get instructions from Jennifer McGuire.
Embellish your Witch's Hat
Give a plain black witch hat some green flashy flare. By simply gluing on some yarn, your hat can become even scarier. Your little witch will want to start cackling every day until Halloween! Get instructions from Alpha Mom.
DIY Hot Glue Glitter Spider Webs
There should be more sparkle and glitter for all of the holidays, even the scary ones. Get instructions from The Centsible Life.