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In my home we love to do craft projects, I’ve set up a whole section of my living room for the kids, with tables and tons and tons of craft supplies, everything is available for my kids to use at anytime. I like when they’re crafty or just want to draw. My husband and I are both very artsy and craftsy (is that even a word?) so I thought it would be great to have everything available for my kids to use too. I watch them at least once a day if not more, come and get craft supplies and then sit and make pictures, projects or anything they want. I encourage them to use their imagination and to get creative.

easy halloween craft collage

With it being October we decided to pull out some of our supplies and make a few fun and easy Halloween projects that the kids could do together. Since they were so easy I thought I would share.

Franken-Rolls

Franken-Rolls-halloween craft

Supplies:

  • toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls (cut in half)
  • paint

Paper Plate Pumpkins

Paper Plate Pumpkins halloween craft

Supplies:

  • paper plates
  • green construction paper
  • paint
  • scissors
  • glue

Paper Bag Bats

Paper Bag Bats

Supplies:

  • paper lunch bags
  • googly eyes
  • black or brown paint
  • scissors

Cc Candy-corn Cat

Cc Candy-corn Cat

Supplies:

  • construction paper
  • crayons
  • foam circles (for the eyes)
  • scissors
  • marker
  • glue

(my daughter actually made this one at school)

Hand-print Spiders

Hand-print Spiders

Supplies:

  • construction paper
  • paint

Jack-O-LANTERN

Jack-O-LANTERN

Supplies:

  • orange, green and black construction paper
  • scissors
  • glue
  • stapler

Ghost Puppets

Ghost Puppets

Supplies:

  • white construction paper or printer paper
  • popsicle sticks
  • paint, crayon or marker
  • scissors

Aren’t these great?

I ended up getting in on the action and we had lots of fun. They were easy enough for a 4 year old and yet still enjoyable for a 9 year old.

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