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7 Easy Halloween Crafts

By: The Editors of

We have a few more weeks until Halloween spooks us all. Get your crafting materials and thinking caps on for some exciting easy Halloween crafts coming your way. Don't waste your money on buying decorations and costumes, make your own. It's so fun and exciting to create your own decor to show off. We have plenty of easy Halloween crafts for you to dive into. Get crackin' your time is limited!


Easy Halloween Crafts Table of Contents:




Spooky Accessories

Ghoulish Decorations

Featured Easy Halloween Crafts






Spooky Accessories

Pumpkin Bead Necklace- Wear your pumpkin bead necklace with pride. You can wear it the whole week of Halloween if you want.

Devilish Hair Clips- These are easy to make, but you may want to get started as soon as you can as they are croceted.

Eyefull Halloween Purse- Spook your friends out with a purse full of eyes. They'll think you're watching them all night long.



Ghoulish Decorations

Plump Pretty Pumpkins- These pumpkins look the real deal. You can make a whole batch of them for decorating purposes.

Masked Ghost Decoration-Make as many of these as you want. They're easy Halloween crafts to put together and they make for great hanging decor.

Cheesecloth Bat Craft- These cheesecloth bats are easy Halloween crafts that even kids can make.



Featured Easy Halloween Crafts

Boo Crew Painted Apron- If you're going to be making all these easy Halloween crafts then you might as well wear a cute Halloween apron to keep your clothes clean.


  • SoSoft Fabric Acrylics
    • DSS1 - White
  • SoSoft Shimmering Pearls
    • DSP2 - Golden Yellow Pearl
  • SoSoft Dimensional Writers
    • DD115 - Black
    • DD122 - Lime
  • Glow-in-the-Dark Paint
    • DS50 - Glow-in-the-Dark Medium
  • Americana Brushes
  • DBF3008-B - Shader 8
  • Foam plate
  • 1/2" round foam pouncer brush
  • Black canvas apron (adult) with pockets


  1. Preparation: Remove all stickers or labels from surface.
  2. Refer to photo for placement and use Lime Glossy SoSoft Dimensional Writer to paint words on apron; let dry.
  3. Use shader brush and Golden Yellow Pearl to paint eye shapes; let dry.
  4. Use shader brush and White to paint ghosts rising out of pockets. Use pouncer brush to paint White pairs of dots for small eyes; let dry.
  5. Follow bottle instructions for applying Glow-in-the-Dark Medium on fabrics and apply mixture over all White-painted areas. Let dry.
  6. Use Black Glossy Writer to paint center of large eyes and dots on all small eyes; paint raindrop mouth and oval eyes on ghosts. Let dry.


For additional Halloween crafts check out our How to Halloween Blogger eBook

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