Who's behind this wrapped-up cutie? A pumpkin, of course! No knives or scoops needed here - these Mummy Pumpkins are a no-carve, easy Halloween craft project that will make your kids shriek with delight!
Here's a Spooky Haunted House you can keep around year after year. Make your own creepy Halloween mansion and make it as spooky (or not) as you like. Both kids and adults will love making this scary little Halloween decoration.
Here's a fun Halloween activty that will keep the kids busy with fun! Whether you're having a kids' Halloween party, or just want to get into the spooky spirit of the holiday, these Surprise Watercolor Spider Webs will do the trick.
How cute (and spooky) are these Spider Web Tie-Dyed T-Shirts? Your kids will love getting in on the Halloween fun with this busy activity. This craft is great for family gatherings, Halloween parties or fall school and church functions.
Part craft and part treat, these Cinnamon Sugar Popcorn in Stuffed Paper Apples and Pumpkins make for a fun activity for Halloween, Thanksgiving or Fall themed children’s parties. Start in the kitchen making cinnamon sugar popcorn together, then bring the party to the craft table and let your little ones cut and stitch their own apple and pumpkin treat bags.
What's inside this Halloween Mystery Box? Here's a fun, sensory and spooky Halloween game. Children put their hands inside the box and try to figure out what spooky thing is hidden inside. The more gross the better! Let their imaginations go wild.
This Creepy Bug Soap will have everyone doing a double-take as they see these spooky critters inside!
Surprise your guests with hanging, floating ghosts from the ceiling or a chandelier! Simple and easy to make.
This "batty" candle holder is a little spooky, but a whole lot cute! We rolled our Spooky Candle Holder in a sugar coating. When lit from inside, the flame shines through and casts a beautiful glow. Easy Halloween craft for kids of all ages.
Personalized Candy Thumprint Jars make great keepsake gifts. Customize a candy container by turning your child’s thumb print into a spider and their finger print into a bat with a white piece of cardstock, a black ink pad and a few extra pen markings.