Pumpkins, ghosts, and spiders! Oh my! Get ready for a spooky evening of trick-or-treating with these homemade Halloween decorations. Your makers will get a kick out of exercising their creativity with these scary cute Halloween projects.
EL wire can be used to create bright outlines that will stand out in the dark. You can make your own glowing ghosts, and customize them however you like!
You kids will have a blast drawing spooky faces on recycled milk jugs. All you need are empty gallon milk jugs, permanent markers, string lights, and scissors. The design is up to the whims of your creativity!
Hang your egg carton bat for the perfect Halloween decoration. If you can hang it near a window, even better. Your child will get a chance to see it “fly”!
It’s hard to go wrong with a craft that involves two kinds of chocolate! Decorate the dinner table for your family with these fun and yummy spider web snacks.
A super simple, last minute craft idea the kids, create Halloween characters using dessert plates from the dollar store and a short list of supplies.
Candles make for a perfectly eerie glow. Mold ghosts from air-dry clay to illuminate Halloween dinnertime stories.
We had a great time making monsters that glow at night! Once you’re done decorating the balloons, it’s time to find a place for them in the Halloween decor.
Ready to try some spooky science? We made these little Halloween crystals to decorate our home! The project takes some time, but it was fascinating to grow crystals right in our kitchen.
Add some creepy crawlers to your decor this year with a simple and fun spider craft made from pipe cleaners and beads.
We love combining art and science for some creative fun. The static electricity will make the tissue paper ghosts rise and dance! Their dance moves are electrifying. 😉
Put those Doodle Crate paper mache skills to work with a festive fall pumpkin! It’s a great alternative or companion for a real pumpkin jack-o-lantern.
This ring toss is easy enough for the little ones, and also challenging for teens and grownups. It all depends on where you stand. Hope you have fun creating and playing your own witch hat ring toss for spooktacular family fun!