Celebrate Halloween in school or at home with these cute ideas.
This one will require some parent supervision (those glue guns get hot!). But kids can pitch in by picking the candy and tying on the bow to the candy-covered wreath form.
Here’s an impossibly easy craft for kids that you can display proudly—and not just because it was made by your little ones! Pick out a few complimentary hues (the tutorial below has some excellent suggestions), then let your kids go to town painting the pumpkins.
Get the tutorial at The House That Lars Built.
- Various sized pumpkins
- House and acrylic paints
- Masking tape
The only skill required for this cute mummy craft is to wrap the string around a paper doll figure. The best part is, no matter which direction it goes, it will always be right! String together multiples for a creative garland.
Get the tutorial at I Heart Crafty Things.
Halloween Paper Lantern
Kids will be amazed when they see these Halloween paper lanterns take shape with just a few scissor cuts. Add battery-operated votives for a pretty glow.
Get the tutorial at The Crafting Chicks.