Cute DIY Halloween Crafts for Kids

With the magic of fright night approaching soon – it’s time to get haunted with creativity and try these Cute DIY Halloween Crafts for Kids. These ideas are really easy to recreate and you can give them out as party favors or even use them to decorate your home for the occasion.

1. Paper Plate Cats

Paper Plate Cats
Turn paper plates into these bewitching cats.

2. Construction Paper Bat

Construction Paper Bat
Make this adorable hand print bat craft with the kids. You’ll need construction paper and googly eyes as well as foam for the fangs and a pipe cleaner to hang.


3. Picket Fence Monsters

Picket Fence Monsters
These cute spooky friends will make a great addition to your Halloween decor and kids will love helping to paint them.

4. Halloween Candy Corn Footprints

Halloween Candy Corn Footprints
For a fun memory keepsake to treasure forever this idea is great. Paint your child’s foot with white, orange and yellow to resemble a candy corn and then add googly eyes.

5. Halloween Spoons

Halloween Spoons
These adorable spoons are great fun for kids to make. Paint them to look like any frightful character you want.

6. M&M Pumpkins

M&M Pumpkins
For an awesome no carve pumpkin idea – these colorful M&Ms are perfect to brighten anywhere in your house.

7. Pac Man Costume

Pac Man Costume
Help kids to make this adorable costume idea that is great if they are going to be trick or treating with friends. Simply by tee shirts in yellow, pink , blue and orange. Cut jagged edges from the bottom of the shirts except for the yellow which will be Pac Man.

8. Pumpkin House

Pumpkin House

9. Salt Dough Pumpkin Keepsakes

Salt Dough Pumpkin Keepsakes
Start a tradition and make these every year with your little ones – they would also make a great addition to a Halloween tree. You’ll need 1/2 cup flour, 1/2 cup salt and 1/4 cup water. Roll out to 1/2 inch thick and then cut out design. Then place on parchment paper on a cookie sheet. By using a little salt water on your finger you can smooth out the edges. Bake at 150-200 degrees for 10 hours. Take some sand paper to get rid of any rough edges. Use acrylic paint and Mod Podge spray to seal them.

10. Mummies

Mummies
Toddlers will be so excited to do this craft! This is done with ripped up masking tape. Super easy and the kids love it. IT is a good fine motor activity as well.


11. Paper Pumpkin

Paper Pumpkin
Make a fun papier macher pumpkin from a balloon.

12. Cute Spiders

Cute Spiders
Make these drooping spiders with kids finger prints and add googly eyes.


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