Halloween is quite possibly the most fun day of the year. It's an excuse to dress up, become someone else and, of course, eat candy. Halloween also provides a fantastic opportunity to get creative and try out some DIY ideas. Show off your love for the season by creating Halloween crafts for kids.
Grab the kids and print our free craft patterns to create this easy Halloween craft. It's quick and kids will love the final product. Halloween playtime has never been more fun!
Make a regal princess crown with matching scepter in bright yellow yarn for a homemade Halloween costume or dress up anytime. Kids can even help make this fun princess costume set.
Parents and kids together can create this spooktacular halloween candy jar with Glue Dots, some paint, black paper and a few embellishments. Try this great kids halloween craft project.
These fun and easy to make decorative treats are a halloween staple. With only a lollipop, tissues, string and a marker, kids and adults alike can enjoy creating the dressed-up candy.
Try these simple Halloween crafts to have yourself a festive Halloween! You can turn simple crepe paper into pumpkin treat holders to pass out to trick-or-treaters with this homemade Halloween craft.
Shannon Staker's ghost how-to offers a lasting Halloween decoration idea that can be used and re-used year after year. Ghosts made of fabric, rather than tissue, are durable and just as frightening.
Goodie getting has never been more colorful with this quick and easy project. Have a great Halloween using fashion paints, glitter and pipe cleaners.
Keep your Eye on the Ball with this fun painting project from Amanda Formaro. Transform the old leather pumpkin into a fun bouncing eye ball, perfect for an afternoon Halloween pick up game. You could also hide it in the bushes and use it to "keep an eye" on trick or treaters when they come to your door! This Eye on the Ball craft is just what you need to keep things fun this Halloween. Gather the little goblins and have them help you create this Halloween craft for kids.
Dress your child's lunchbox up this Halloween. This silly faced pumpkin is sure to put a smile on their face. Using metal paint and acrylics you can have this cute lunchbox ready in ten easy steps.