With Halloween around the corner, you are likely looking for creative Pinterest Halloween crafts to do with your kids.
We have an exciting roundup of Halloween craft ideas for you.
13 Pinterest Halloween Crafts for a Spook-tacular Holiday
1. Halloween Cat Garlands
Though simple, making paper garlands with your kids is a great way to spend time together and get ready for Halloween. This specific project involves a few materials but the output is classy and fun.
2. Halloween Scarecrow
Halloween couldn’t come at a better time. Put the fall leaves lying in your yard to good use by making Halloween scarecrows with your young ones. Sew patches onto old clothes, fill them with dry fall leaves, and put them on your porch.
Tip: Place a torch inside the pumpkin to make the scarecrow visible during the night.
3. Mummy Mason Jars
The mason jars lying in your kitchen cabinets make perfect Halloween crafts to do with your kids. Depending on how you intend to use the mason mummies for Halloween, you can paint with black all-purpose paint before wrapping the masking tape and sticking the googly eyes on the jars.
These will be good for holding lollipops, gummy worms, or Halloween cookies.
4. Delightful Halloween Cupcakes
Baking is both relaxing and satisfying, and your children will enjoy baking Halloween cupcakes to eat with their friends. Assorted Halloween themed-frosting on the cupcakes will be fun to do.
5. Ghost Lollipops
Halloween is not complete without trick or treating, and some ghost lollipops are a fun way to help your kid enjoy the experience.
Tip: You can also draw scary zombie eyes on the cloth or paint them orange to look like pumpkins.
6. Greeting Halloween Cards
Grow your child’s artistic skills by helping them create Halloween greeting cards. If your child cannot handle scissors, cut out everything they need and let them put together the cards from scratch.
- Dry or pretty fresh fall leaves will make great stickers on the greeting cards as well.
7. Mason Jar Rims Pumpkin
The mason jar rims lying behind in your kitchen cabinets after making mummies make perfect Halloween crafts to do with your kids. This will be a good centerpiece for your Halloween dinner.
8. Felt Witch Hat
Whether or not your kid wants to dress like a witch this Halloween or not, you can make this fashionista witch hats using felt and ribbons to make a garland for your porch.
- Add decorative stickers and glitters to make them stand out.
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9. Fluffy Halloween Slime
Get your little witches and wizards in for slimy fun this Halloween with a wide array of slime recipes to choose from, depending on your children’s capabilities.
- Add Halloween-themed food coloring to make the slime more occasion appropriate.
- Dress up the slime with Halloween figures for a spooky effect.
- You can also make a marble effect with different Halloween-colored slime.
10. Spooky Halloween Castle
Children are fond of castles and will find building a Halloween one entertaining. Have your child paint plain precut paper black and make spooky accents with a different colored pen.
- Do all the cutting to ensure safety while working on this project.
11. Jack-O-Lantern Carvings
What is Halloween without a jack-o-lantern? Get your children into the Halloween mood by engaging them in carving out the freshly harvested pumpkins. Flare-up the experience with some science tricks.
12. Halloween Candy Gloves
Take trick and treating to the next level for your young one with these candy-filled ghost gloves. Not only is making these exciting for your kids, but it is also a mess-free way for your children to hand out treats to their friends.
13. Creepy Pumpkin Totems
Are you wondering what to do with the plastic pumpkins lying around in your storage room? Try turning them into creepy totems for your yard.
Use a mark-pen to draw scary figures on the pumpkins and place them on pedestals in your yard.
Watch this video from Crafts for Kids on 10 Halloween crafts for kids:
Fall is the season that keeps on giving, and with these creative Pinterest Halloween crafts, you and your young ones can get active in the chilly weather and have fun preparing for this year’s Halloween.
Which other creative Halloween crafts will you be engaging in with your kids? Let us know in the comment section below!
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