May 3, 2023Review Post
Table of Contents
- 1. Candy Corn Monster Craft
- 2. Paper Plate Spiders
- 3. Franken-SLIME Halloween Favours
- 4. Yogurt Monster Cups
- 5. Cupcake Liner Bats
- 6. Pumpkin Rocks
- 7. DIY Halloween Surprise Balls
- 8. Edible Pumpkin Play Dough
- 9. Witches & Ghosts Halloween Decoration
- 10. Spider Web Decoration
- Get more Halloween DIY inspiration with these great ideas:
- Plus, check out these 50 Best Party Games For Kids
It’s never too early to start planning the Halloween crafts we will be doing for this year’s Halloween party. Obviously, the kids will be eager to eat piles of candy, but we’ve also found some great activities just perfect for a Halloween party or even a monster theme birthday party. Plenty of these activities could also be made beforehand and hung up as party decorations.
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We don’t make many scary Halloween crafts so we thought it was necessary to feature this awesome candy corn monster. Even though kids may think they are scary, we all know that they are secretly super cute. The candy corn is meant to be the monster’s teeth for the craft, paired with a funny monster body and giant monster eyeballs.
Be prepared for a whole swarm of these paper plate spiders to take over your house in the next couple of days. Luckily they are so cute that you won’t even mind having them around. These paper plate spiders are so simple to make, your kids will love them and they make spooktacular Halloween decorations for around your house.
These little Franken-Slime Halloween Favors are perfect for any of our sugar-free friends out there, or great school treats for classrooms that don’t allow food. Making the slime is a super fun activity for kids of all ages, plus what kid doesn’t love getting a little messy? Put the green slime into small mason jars and add a Frankenstein-inspired face for the perfect Halloween goody.
4. Yogurt Monster Cups
Creative snacks are some of my favorite crafts out there, so we couldn’t resist adding these totally cool monster pudding cups to our list of Halloween crafts. They make the perfect treat to enjoy at home around Halloween time or to bring to school for your child’s Halloween party. Simply add a Halloween cupcake wrapper hat, a googly eye or two, and a little paper mouth.
With Halloween just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to pull out your cupcake liners and make some cute Halloween crafts. This simple cupcake liner bat Halloween craft is just adorable and perfect for nearly any age group. Two happy little bats made from cupcake liners, white paint, and craft eyes fly in front of a bright paper moon!
Go for an autumn nature walk to collect some rocks in all shapes and sizes to make these simply adorable pumpkin rocks. A simple yet festive family craft, these pumpkin rocks are the perfect rainy day activity in the fall time. Add some spooky jack-o-lantern faces to put into the garden for Halloween decorations.
7. DIY Halloween Surprise Balls
Surprise! Sometimes the simplest crafts turn into an all-time favorite and that’s just the case with these awesome Halloween surprise balls. It’s a ball of streamers with little treasures tucked in here and there, and kids go totally crazy for them. Fill each ball with all sorts of dollar store treasures like stickers, temporary tattoos, glow bracelets, candies, and more.
It’s no secret that we love a good homemade play dough recipe around here. Playdough keeps kids busy for hours on end and is so much fun to make together as a family. Celebrate the season with this fun and edible Pumpkin Play Dough. It is perfect for the hands of younger kids and older kids alike and is perfect for creating adorable little pumpkins.
9. Witches & Ghosts Halloween Decoration
Both easy and fun to make, these paper cone Halloween crafts are more than mere static decorations. The little ghost and his witchy friend fly through the air and may just scare the wits out of your Halloween party guests. They are super easy to make with a template, and with a little strung-up embroidery floss they can fly all the way across your house.
Spiders are the name of the game in this interactive lesson and craft. Create your very own spider web using a hole-punched paper plate and white yarn. Add a simple handprint spider to the web for the perfect Halloween craft and decoration. Looking for another spider-themed party activity? Make a giant human spider web with a ball of yarn.
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