October is here and I couldn’t be more thrilled!
Autumn leaves are falling, football is on the TV, and pumpkin spice is in the air. What more could a girl ask for?!
Today, I’m sharing a round-up of 22 “spook-tacular” crafts to keep your kiddos busy and entertained this fall/Halloween season! I think even grown ups will get a kick out of these, too 😉
Paper Cup Spiders – Craft Town
Rock Stone Monsters – The Inspiration Edit
Puffy Ghosts Craft – Thriving Home Blog
Halloween Popsicle Stick Puppets – Crafty Morning
Craft Stick Spider – Making Of A Mom
Spooky Eyeball Bracelets – Crafts By Amanda
Toilet Paper Roll Bat Craft – Crafty Morning
Paper Plate Witch – Arty Crafty Kids
Lolly Pop Pumpkins – One Little Project
Halloween Slime Recipe – Frogs Snails And Puppy Dog Tails
Paper Plate Black Cat – Crafts By Amanda
Halloween Paper Rings – Easy Peasy And Fun
Spider Headband Craft – Fantastic Fun And Learning
Frankenstein Sun Catcher – From ABC’s To ACT’s
Gauze Mummy Craft – The Resourceful Mama
Footprint Ghost Craft – Crafty Morning
Spooky Tree Halloween Craft – I Heart Crafty Things
Popsicle Stick Ghost Window – Glued To My Crafts
Bobble Head Bat Craft – The Pinterested Parent
Pumpkin Balloon Craft – Reading Confetti
Spooky Eyeball Paper Plate Craft – The Classroom Creative
I hope you guys enjoyed these craft ideas! I tried to find some that little kids could do as well as big kids! Hopefully one or more of these fun little projects will be a fun activity for you and yours.
Happy Fall, Y’all! ❤
Which craft listed above is your favorite?
Are you dressing up for Halloween? What’s your costume going to be?
Awe this is so fun! I will have to plan some of these things with my grandson!
These are wonderful craft ideas! The Bobble Head Bat Craft sounds cool.
I found this post from a blog party. Thank you for sharing all of these great ideas. I think my nephew and nieces would love the slime. They love any activities though. I don’t have a costume picked out yet. Enjoy the rest of your weekend! 🙂
So glad you stopped by and enjoyed the post, Natalie! I hope you and your family enjoy these crafts if you try them out 🙂 Have a marvelous week!