Last up in our lollipop Halloween craft series are these lollipop spiders. These spiders would be great for party favors or displaying on a table for some spooky decorations!
How cute is this lollipop bat? Crafts are a great way to get the kids excited for Halloween. And what better craft is there than ones you can eat!? These bats would make great party favors or even displayed in a treat bowl for some spooky decor.
Today I wanted to share with you another very easy Halloween craft great for kids, this adorable lollipop pumpkin! These would make great favors for Halloween parties or to hand out to trick or treaters.
Rock painting is such a fun way to get in the Halloween spirit. And the best part is that is super inexpensive!
In this easy tutorial, you’ll learn how to create this adorable paper bag cow puppet. I have created a printable template to get you started. All you will have to do is print the template, cut out the pieces and glue to a white paper bag. In no time, you’ll have a cute cow puppet …
This easy pom pom rainbow craft is a great project for kids that not only allows them to be creative, but helps teach them a variety of useful skills such as sorting and hand eye coordination.
Get into the Halloween spirit with this fun pumpkin apple stamping craft. It is a great craft for toddlers or kids of any age!
Learn how to make this fun Frankenstein piñata, perfect for Halloween.
Today, I’ve put together this chocolate chip cookie mix in a mason jar. These jars make great favors for weddings, baby showers,
I realized this year that my house is seriously lacking in the Christmas decoration department. Aside from the actual tree itself, there is no other holiday spirit to be found! So since I’ve been loving everything mason jar lately, I picked up a bunch at my local art supply store and started crafting!