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8 Halloween Crafts You Can Do with the Kids Tonight


Halloween is the perfect time to get creative with your kids. Whether you're looking for a fun family activity or want to add a spooky touch to your home, Halloween crafts are a great way to bond and let your imagination run wild. Here are seven fantastic Halloween crafts you can do with the kids tonight:



carved and lit jack o lantern

1.Pumpkin Carving: This classic Halloween activity never gets old. Let your kids design their own jack-o'-lanterns with unique faces and patterns. Just remember to supervise the carving process closely. with Bothe directions on how to carve a pumpkin and ideas on what to create, Good Housekeeping wins halloween again!



paper plate face masks




2. Paper Plate Masks: Grab some paper plates, paint, and craft supplies. Allow your kids to create their own spooky or silly masks. It's a simple and fun way to encourage their creativity. Pinterest some creative ideas!



DIY green spooky halloween slime








3. Spooky Slime: Halloween-themed slime is all the rage. Make your own slime with a few ingredients and add in creepy elements like googly eyes, plastic spiders, or bat-shaped confetti. Good Housekeeping has a spook-tacular recipe the kids will love!



creatively decorated halloween treat bags







4. Decorate Trick-or-Treat Bags: Transform plain paper bags into personalized trick-or-treat bags. Provide markers, stickers, and stencils for your kids to create their own unique designs.







spider web art on black construction paper



5. Spider Web Art: Create eerie spider web art using white paper plates, black paint, and a bit of yarn. Your kids can dip their fingers in black paint and make web patterns. Finish with a plastic spider in the center. The Artful Parent always has creative ideas the children will enjoy.



various kids halloween wreath crafts

6. Halloween Wreath: Craft a spooky wreath using a foam or cardboard base, orange and black ribbon, and decorative items like plastic spiders, ghosts, or witches. Let the kids arrange and glue the items onto the wreath. The Growing Creatives has some great ideas for cute ones the kids will enjoy.















boo handprint ghosts

7. Ghostly Handprints: Have your kids dip their hands in white paint and make spooky handprint ghosts on black paper. Add facial details with a black marker for a cute and ghostly touch. check out The Best Ideas for Kids for inspiration.

















black yarn spooky spiders

8. Black Yarn Spooky Spiders: All this simple craft requires you to do is cut some black yarn, tie a knot and stick the eyes. The kids will love hiding these all around the house!
















Remember to make it a memorable experience by playing Halloween music, sharing spooky stories, and enjoying some delicious treats as you craft. These activities not only provide quality bonding time but also let your children's creativity shine, making Halloween even more special. So, gather your crafting supplies, and have a spooktacular time crafting with the kids tonight!




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