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.
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.
These fun Halloween lollipop crafts would make great party favors, decorations or yummy treats for the trick or treaters. I’ve created easy step by step tutorials on how to make lollipop spiders, pumpkins, ghosts and bats. Pick your favorite or make them all!
Learn how to make this fun Frankenstein piñata, perfect for Halloween.
With Halloween quickly approaching, I have been trying to come up with some fun and inexpensive ways to decorate the house. Today, I am excited to share with you this DIY Halloween Garland tutorial.
This spider web craft is perfect for the upcoming Halloween season. Whether you are looking to decorate your home or classroom, or just want a fun seasonal activity to do, this craft is super easy to make with minimal supplies.
This Frankenstein paper chain is a great DIY Halloween decoration that both kids and adults will love making. With just a few simple supplies that you probably already have at home, you can create this spooky chain for yourself!
This ghost paper chain makes for a fun DIY Halloween decoration that both kids and adults will love creating. With only a couple of supplies that you most likely already have at home, you can create this spooky ghost paper chain for yourself!
This paper pumpkin puppet is a super cute Halloween craft that kids will love! Using just paper, scissors and glue you can create this paper puppet that open and closes it’s mouth!
This paper Frankenstein puppet is an adorable Halloween craft that kids will love making! Using only paper, scissors and glue you can create this paper puppet that open and closes it’s mouth!