25+ Fun and Creative Halloween Crafts for Kids

Turn everyday items into genius decor.

Halloween crafts for kids
Kate Sears + Mark Lund

Halloween is more fun when the whole house gets involved. Not only are these family-friendly crafts a fun bonding activity for you and the kids, but they'll also get your house ready for the holiday in no time. Talk about a win-win.

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Kate Sears
Halloween Broom Candy Bags

This craft is the perfect party favor for your kids' next halloween bash. They'll love showing off their creations on the goodie bag table.

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Tools you'll need: brown paper bags ($8, ), twine ($6, )

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Mark Lund
Cat Face Treat Bags

Lunch just got a lot spookier with these cat face bags. Make them with the kids on Sunday afternoon, then pack their lunches in them the next day.

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Tools you'll need: tracing paper ($6, ), orange and black treat bags ($4, )

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Courtesy of Crafty Morning
Paint Drip Monster Pot

Let their imaginations run wild as they use all the colors of the rainbow to bring these silly monsters to life.

Get the tutorial at .

Tools you'll need: small terracotta pot ($16 for 12, ), Black stock paper ($13, ), white stock paper ($10, ), acrylic paint ($19, ), bendy straws ($2, )

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Courtesy of I Heart Crafty Things
Cupcake Liner Bats

Kiddos can use to create these batty friends.

Get the tutorial at .

Tools you'll need: gray cardstock paper ($14, ), coffee filters ($14, ), black mini cupcake liners ($6, ), yellow paint ($2, ), googly eyes ($4, ), white chalk marker ($9, )

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Courtesy of A Beautiful Mess
Ghost Lollipop Bouquet

This kids will love this ghost lollipop bouquet that doubles as a centerpiece and after school treat.

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Tools you'll need: mason jar ($8, ), black spray paint ($9, )

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Courtesy of Easy Peasy and Fun
Vampire Corner Bookmark

These vampire bookmarks will add a spooky flair to their favorite novel during the Halloween season.

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Tools you'll need: purple paper ($11, ), black paper ($9, )

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Courtesy of Crafts Unleashed
Felt and Foam DIY Jack O Lantern Banner

This spooky banner will get the kids in the Halloween spirit and they'll love having control over these expressive jack-o'-lanterns.

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Tools you'll need: foam pumpkin sheets ($13, ), stick felt sheets ($16, )

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Coffee Cups and Crayons
Halloween Marshmallow Ghost Craft

Grab leftover marshmallows from the cabinet and get to stamping. This craft is for kids who aren't afraid to get a little sticky.

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Tools you'll need: white paint ($6, ), black construction paper ($2, )

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Courtesy of Easy Peasy and Fun
Paper Ball Bat Craft

Run a string through paper bats and the kids can hang them from a tree in the front yard.

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Tools you'll need: color wiggle eyes ($13, ), black paper ($9, )

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Courtesy of Happiness is Homemeade
Spooky Spider Soap

Make these spooky halloween soaps with the kids, then let them choose who they want to prank (hint Dad hint).

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Tools you'll need: clear glycerin soap base ($12, ) , silicone soap mold ($9, )

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Courtesy of Easy Peasy and Fun
Painted Rock Ghosts

Collecting rocks to paint will be a fun activity for little ones of all ages.

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Tools you'll need: stones ($7, ), white acrylic paint ($8, )

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Courtesy of Design Improvised
Jack-O-Lantern Balloon Garland

Kids will love creating the faces and stringing this balloon garland together.

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Tools you'll need: orange balloons ($5, ), green pipe cleaners ($4, ), twine ($8, )

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Courtesy of DIY Inspired
Paper Pumpkins

This cute little pumpkin craft for kids also doubles as a great fall decor item for your dining table or mantel.

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Tools you'll need: paper cutter ($10, ), hot glue gun ($10, ), twine ($6, )

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Courtesy of Live Laugh Rowe
Bottle Cap Spiders

Make a ton of these tiny spiders with leftover bottle caps. Though super easy, you'll trick everyone into thinking they're real.

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Tools you'll need: black caps ($7, ), pipe cleaners ($4, ), googly eyes ($7, )

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COURTESY OF SAVVY SASSY MOMS
Toilet Paper Roll Bat

Recycle empty toilet paper rolls to create these haunting bats, with playful wings and vicious eyes.

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Tools you'll need: Halloween scrapbook paper ($14, )

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Courtesy of The 36th Avenue
Glitter Slime

This one will be your child's favorite. Using glitter glue, Borax, and water, make these monster slimes in all their favorite colors to create a new squishy pal.

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Tools you'll need: Elmer's glitter glue ($3, ), Borax ($10, )

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Courtesy of From ABCs to ACTs
Frankenstein Sun Catcher

Hang this easy DIY craft on your window to cast shades of green across your home. Easy and fun to make, your kids will love it.

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Tools you'll need: paper ($8, ), green tissue paper ($8, )

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COURTESY OF ONE CREATIVE MOMMY
Felt Halloween Finger Puppets

Finger puppets are the perfect accessory for playtime. Give them a holiday twist with colored felt and googly eyes.

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Tools you'll need: color felt sheets ($6, ), gelt glue ($4, ), color wiggle eyes ($13, )

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Courtesy of Thriving Home
Halloween Spider Handprint Craft

Spiders get a personal touch when made from hand prints and paper. Hang them along your walls for a fun decoration.

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Tools you'll need: black paper ($9, ), wiggle eyes ($6, )

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Courtesy of Crafty Morning
Popsicle Stick Puppets

Stage a show with these silly Popsicle stick puppets. Create your own monster version or go the traditional Halloween route with Frankenstein, pumpkins, or ghosts.

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Tools you'll need: colored paper ($10, ), popsicle sticks ($7, )

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Courtesy of Persia Lou
Monstrous Tissue Pompoms

Fold 10 sheets of tissue paper, per pompom, accordion style, and pouf up each flap. Once you attach facial features, you'll have a monster mash for days.

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Tools you'll need: color tissue paper ($7, ), color cardstock ($15, )

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Tattle Monster

Paint old tissue boxes solid hues with polka dot accents before adding paper teeth and egg carton eyes.

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Tools you'll need: spray paint ($4, ), googly eyes ($10, ), acrylic paint ($18, )

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COURTESY OF I HEART ARTS N CRAFTS
Popsicle Stick Monsters

Glue popsicle sticks together and paint them in darker tones to get little monsters that will surely scare everyone away.

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Tools you'll need: colored popsicle sticks ($5, ), wiggle eyes ($6, )

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Courtesy of Fireflies + Mud Pies
Pinecone Bats

Hunt down all those fallen pine cones to create these flying bats. With felt wings and googly eyes, there's no stopping these critters.

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Tools you'll need: wiggle eyes ($6, ), stiff black felt sheets ($13,

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Courtesy of Do More for Less
Scarecrow Halloween Treat Bags

A perfect giveaway, these scarecrow bags are made with burlap and felt. Fill them with candy and hand them out to all your kid's pals.

Get the tutorial at .

Tools you'll need: burlap ($9, ), wiggle eyes ($6, )

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Courtesy of Glue sticks & Gumdrops
Toilet Paper Roll Mummy

Paint toilet paper rolls black and roll them in gauze. Once created, these mummies can stand wherever they're placed for a little fear factor wherever you go.

Get the tutorial at .

Tools you'll need: black tempera paint ($8, ), paint brushes ($7, ), gauze ($5, ), googly eyes ($10; )

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Courtesy of Glued to my Crafts
Halloween Witch Hat

Use a paper plate, Styrofoam, paint, and paper to create this dazzling hat.

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Tools you'll need: styrofoam cone ($7, ), black craft paint ($6, )

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