Halloween Crafts

Medieval Witch | Witches' Hats | Spooky Eyeball Bucket | Candy Holder | Monster Meter | Friendly Ghost Flag | Balloon Ghouls | Vampire Lollipops | Plastic Lid Pumpkins | Granny Smith | Pumpkin Luminaries Craft | Treat Cups | Milk Container | Halloween Luminaries | Egg Halloween spider | Halloween skeleton |Halloween pencil | Halloween Bulb | Ghostwriter | Shining spiders | Glowing Halloween eyes


MEDIEVAL WITCH

Medieval WitchYOU WILL NEED

• 79 x 43 ¼ inches cotton fabric- Black
• Ruler
• white pencil
• scissors
• Needle
• Black thread
• Newspaper
• Paintbrush,
• Silver paint
• 16 ½ x 23 ¼ inches sheet of thin black card
• 12 ½ x 12 ½ inches sheet of thin black card
• Scotch tape
• Silver card- small piece
• White glue
• Glue brush
• Tissue paper- green and black

Method:

STEP 1
Black fabric should be halved widthwise. Place it on a plane surface. Use a white pencil to draw the shape of the dress of witch on to the fabric.

step 1

STEP 2
Cut the dress shape out. Cut 9 ½ inches slit right in the middle of the crinkled edge for your neck. Again, cut another 4 ½ inches long slit down the back of the fabric.

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STEP 3
The fabric should be turned inside out. Stitch up each side of the witch’s dress using needle and some thread. Don’t forget to sew under the arms of the dress as well.

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STEP 4
Cut a jagged edge along the cuffs of each sleeve and same applies for the bottom portion of the dress. To hide the stitches turn it inside out

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STEP 5
Use an old newspaper to lay the dress. Plunge a brush in silver paint. Spray paint onto the fabric pulling the bristles back towards you. Spray the other side when it is dried.

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STEP 6
To form the shape of a cone, roll the rectangle of thin, black card. To show where it overlaps you should use a white pencil to draw a shape on the card.

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STEP 7
Throw away the excess card and make a cone shape rolling the card. Use scotch tape to secure it. To fit the size of your head trim the bottom rim of the cone.

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STEP 8
Put the hat on the square black card. To draw a rough circle around the rim which is about 2 inches away from it, use the white pencil. Now, it’s time to draw a second circle to fit accurately and precisely around the edge of the hat.

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STEP 9
Cut roughly around the outer surface of the ring. Cut out the center to leave an extra 1 3/16 inches within the white line ring. To make little tabs, tear the ring as far as the line.

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STEP 10
The rim of the hat should be fitted onto the base of the cone-shaped part. Crease the tabs up within the hat. To fix the brim to the hat employ tiny sections of sticky tape.

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STEP 11
To make a hat buckle, sketch a rectangular shape onto the silver card. A second rectangle should be drawn inside the first one. Cut the buckle out. Then attach it onto the front of the hat using glue.

step 11

STEP 12
To make witch’s hair, green and black tissue sheets have to be cut into long strips. Leave a gap at the front by the buckle and attach the strips completely around the inside of the hat of the witch by glue.

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Witches' Hats

What you'll need:
  • Black construction paper- 2 sheets
  • 1 sheet felt (green or orange or red or purple or color of your choice)
  • Black felt strip
  • Glue- white
  • Tape
  • Scissors
How to make it:
  • Make a cone rolling the sheet of black paper and don’t forget to secure it with glue.
  • To help it to stand on the table you have to trim the bottom of the cone.
  • To make the hat brim, a large circle from the black paper has to be cut.
  • Add the cone to the circle by glue.
  • ¼” or ½” strips should be cut from the felt.
  • Glue the strips around the cone.
  • The base of the cone should be decorated with the strip of the black felt.
  • You can also decorate the hat with any other item.

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Spooky Eyeball Bucket

What you'll need:
  • Plastic bucket- Preferably black
  • Sandpaper
  • Construction paper- Yellow
  • Marker- Black
  • Glue- White
  • Craft paint- Black
  • Scissors
How to make it:
  • Use sandpaper to sand the design down on the bucket.
  • The bucket should be black, if not paint it with black color.
  • Use the yellow construction paper to make various shaped of different colors and sizes.
  • Cut the eyes from the construction paper.
  • Mark eyes with pencil and put the eyes shapes on those marks.
  • Draw eye balls using black marker.
  • Paste eyes on the entire bucket.
  • Use colorful eyes for a brighter bucket.

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Candy Holder

What you'll need:
  • Paper plate- Approximately 9”
  • Black chenille stems-4  
  • Thirty six inches-long pieces of green yarn-3
  • Black, light green and white fabric paint
  • 3" x 5" construction paper- Orange
  • Black marker
  • Glue- white
  • Scissors
How to make it:
  • The paper plate should be painted with black color.
  • Set it aside and dry.
  • Fold and cut the plate along its crease.
  • Glue the rounded shaped edges of the pieces of the paper plate to stick them together.
  • Painted side should be facing upwards.
  • The other edges should be open.
  • Chenille stems should be halved.
  • Two of the chenille stems should be kept aside.
  • The edges of the remaining chenille stems have to be bended about 1” at each end.
  • Bend one of them to the left hand side and the other one to the right hand side.
  • One of the remaining two chenille stems should be bended about 1” and the other one has to be bended about 2”.
  • Put plate pocket in front of you.
  • Keep the open end at the top.
  • Glue three chenille legs on the left, use the glue at the underside and the other three on the right.
  • Use remaining of the two stems and glue the 2" bend under the plate about 1/3 of the way down from the left, and 1/3 of the way down on the right.
  • Set it aside and dry.
  • Use the white construction paper to make eyes.
  • Use the black market to draw eye balls.
  • Paste the eyes on the body.
  • Use green paint to draw a wiggly smile.
  • Use black market to write “Happy Halloween” on the orange construction paper.
  • Attach the paper on the hands of the spider; it should look like a spider is holding the text “Happy Halloween”.
  • Line all three pieces of yarn up together and tie one end in a knot to make the handle. To decorate the craft braid the strands together and knot at the other end.
  • Use glue into the creases.
  • Press the ends of the yarn handle inside.
  • Set aside to dry.

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Monster Meter

What you'll need:
  • Cardboard box
  • Flashlight
  • Aluminum foil which can cover the box
  • Clear shipping tape
  • Plastic milk carton lid
  • cellophane - red
  • Black marker
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue
  • Knife
How to make it:
  • One side of the cardboard box should be sealed shut.
  • Cut a rectangular shaped window from the front end of the box, near to the closed end, by knife. (1 “from the sides and 2” from the top).
  • Use a cellophane tape over the window (the size should be twice the window size). Use tapes at the appropriate places to hold it steady.
  • “Monster” should be written over the window by black market.
  • Secure the cellophane using clear tape. Use tapes at all the sides to make the cellophane tight enough.
  • Tape the bottom end of the box and close it.
  • The handle end of the flashlight should be placed in the centre after turning the box over and trace around the handle end.
  • Cut the tracing out by the knife. Reopen the closed bottom by removing the loose tape.
  • The flashlight has to be placed inside the box. Handle end sticks out through the created hole.
  • On/off switch has to be placed outside the box.
  • Securely tape the ends down once again.
  • Use hot glue around the opening where the handle is to be secured by the flashlight.
  • Attach the heavy duty aluminum foil onto the box by tape. Make sure the red window is not covered. The foil has to be secured by tape.
  • Make a knob of the “Monster Meter” by attaching the milk jug lid in front of the box by hot glue.
  • Now you can turn on the flashlight whenever you find a monster.

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Friendly Ghost Flag

What you'll need:
  • A garbage bag- white
  • Big stem
  • Scissors
  • Craft foam- Purple and black
  • Large buttons- 3 
  • Flat marbles-6 -8 
  • Glue- White
  • yarn – 3-4 feet
  • Shipping tape
How to make it:
  • Put down the stem on the work surface.
  • The stem should face the close end of the garbage bag.
  • Insert the stem through from one side to the other side of the bag.
  • Use scissors to cut two adjoining triangles at the same end of the garbage bag where the stem is attached. This is done to create space between the arm and head.
  • Attach the excess bag which is cut with the stem.
  • Cut two ovals for eyes and a mouth from the black foam. Attach these on the appropriate place.
  • Cut down a purple tie and attach below the mouth.
  • Attach three buttons below the tie using glue.
  • Create jagged edges at the bottom end of the bag by cutting numerous triangular shaped portions.
  • Jagged triangles should be lined up on top of each other. Use glue to attach marble between a front and back jagged triangle to put some weight on the craft.
  • Tie yarn at one end of the stem and wrap them around to protect well.
  • Create hanger by adding the other end of the yarn to the other side of the stem.

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Balloon Ghouls

What you'll need:
  • T-shirt material- preferably white
  • Round shaped balloons
  • Use wide mouth jars as stands
  • Glue - white
  • Water
  • Bowl
  • Paintbrush
  • Wiggle eyes
  • Tea lights operated by Battery
  • Scissors
How to make it:
  • Blow up the balloons.
  • Place balloons on top of jars tying their ends.
  • Combine 1 part water and 2 parts glue for making a paintable mixture.
  • Cut the t-shirts into strips to swathe over balloon.
  • Use glue mixture to paint the top of the balloon.
  • Put the strip of material across the balloon. Paint more mixture to put over the fabric top.
  • Carry on this process, crossing fabric over itself to wrap all sides.
  • Dry it.
  • Pop the balloon using a knife.
  • Peel it out of the material mold watchfully.
  • Ghouls have to stand up and to do that you have to trim the ends of the material.
  • Attach wiggle eyes using glue.
  • Put the ghost over a tea light and watch it blaze.

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Vampire Lollipops

What you'll need:
  • Cellophane- red
  • Lollipops
  • Preferably black felt
  • Winding tie
  • Address labels- white
  • Scissors
  • Peel wiggle eyes
  • Glue 
How to make it:
  • Slash capes from black felt, one for each lollipop. Give the pattern like the picture.
  • Cut the cellophane in a way that it can wrap around the lollipop head.
  • Now place the lollipop on the felt paper.
  • The neck of the lollipop should be wrapped by winding tie.
  • Use the white address labels to make teeth.
  • Stick these teeth to the front of the lollipop.
  • Add peel and stick wiggle eyes.

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Plastic Lid Pumpkins

What you'll need:
  • Plastic lid- preferably orange
  • Black marker
  • green craft foam
  • White glue
How to make it:
  • Wash the lids properly.
  • Dry it.
  • Draw jack-o- lantern faces onto the lid by black marker.
  • Cut a small portion of the green craft foam.
  • Attach the green foam at the top of the pumpkin by glue.

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Granny Smith

What you'll need:
  • Peeled apple- 1
  • Salt- 2 tablespoon
  • Lemon juice- 1 lemon
  • Tool for carving
How to make it:
  • Put 2 tablespoons of salt and lemon juice into the water and inundate the peeled apple for 5 minutes.
  • Use a carving tool to make eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Place the carved apple in a warm spot and wait for two weeks to see an interesting shape.

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Pumpkin Luminaries Craft

What you'll need:
  • Glass jar
  • Orange fabric- ½ yard
  • Yellow fabric scraps
  • Scissors
  • White glue
  • Paintbrush
  • Bowl
  • Water
  • Black felt
  • Mini flashlights
How to make it:
  • Wash the glass jar.
  • Dry it.
  • Cut 3” long and 1” wide strips from the orange fabric.
  • Cut eyes, nose and mouth from the yellow fabric to decorate the pumpkin faces.
  • Mix glue and water in equal amounts to form decoupage mixture.
  • Use the paintbrush to apply the decoupage mixture onto the small portion of the glass jar.
  • The orange fabric should be placed on top of the glue.
  • Small amount of glue mixture should also be applied on top of the fabric.
  • Continue until the jar is not fully covered with orange fabric.
  • Overlap pieces for filling up the gaps.
  • Continue applying yellow facial features to pumpkins.
  • Set aside to dry it completely.
  • Measure out a piece of black felt to fit around the mouth of the jar when you feel that the jar is dry.
  • The piece of felt should be cut and glue it around the outer surface of the rim.
  • Put a mini flashlight inside the jar.

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Treat Cups

What you'll need:
  • Plastic cups
  • White t-shirt
  • Wiggle eyes
  • Felt of any color of your choice
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • White glue
How to make it:
  • Cut your t-shirts.
  • Cut 6” * 6” size sections.
  • Slash these sections into strips.
  • Start sticking the t-shirt from the bottom of the cup and continue this until the cup is fully covered by the t-shirt.
  • Cut a bow tie from the felt for the boy cup and attach it using glue to the bottom of the cup.
  • Cut another bow for the girl and attach it to the top of the cup.
  • Attach wiggle eyes using white glue.
  • Decorate with fun treats.

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Milk Container

What you'll need:
  • Plastic milk container with lid.
  • Pencil
  • Scissors or craft knife
  • A bottle of gloss paint- orange
  • Brush
  • Glue
  • Small battery operated Light
  • Brown felt
How to make it:
  • Draw jack-o-lantern face on the front side of the container.
  • Use a craft knife to cut out features.
  • You have to cut a flap which is big enough to fit rocks at the back of the pumpkin. Rocks will help to weight it down.
  • Paint the container properly three times. Wait for some time between each coats, let it dry.
  • Place the flashlight upside down inside the mouth of the container. It will help to size the mouth. As soon as you are done with it, remove the flashlight and keep it aside.
  • Cut a rectangular brown fit which fits around the container mouth.
  • Use glue to line the inside portions.
  • Fold the surplus down felt around the outer surface of the mouth and use glue.
  • The flashlight should fit inside and face should be pointing downside.
  • Put in rocks into the back flap of the pumpkin.

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Halloween Luminaries

What you'll need:
  • Glass jars with lid bands.
  • Green, white, black acrylic paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Round sponge applicators- small, medium and large
  • Marker- Black
  • Metal nuts per jar- 2
  • Glue
  • Clear gloss sealer spray
How to make it:
  • Remove tops and lids from jars and bands respectively.
  • Jars and bands should be painted with green and black color respectively.
  • Set aside and dry.
  • Again put another coat on the jars.
  • Spray the black bands with sealer spray.
  • Dry.
  • The large round sponge applicator should be dipped into the white paint and dotted on the eyes to the front of the jar.
  • Make a light green shade by mixing green and white paints. To add the nose, dip the small round applicator into the green paint.
  • When eyes and nose are dried, take a marker to draw mouth on the face.
  • Attach a nut to the side of the jar using glue. Dry it before adding another nut at the other side of the jar by turning the jar over.
  • Dry everything properly.
  • To add the pupils to the eyes, dip the medium round sponge applicator into the black paint.
  • Dry it completely.
  • Use gloss sealer spray thrice on jars and black band. Wait for 30 minutes between coats.
  • Screw the black bands back onto the jars after you find that the colors are dried.
  • Put a flashlight in the jar.

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Egg Halloween spider

What you'll need:
  • Paint- Black
  • Paintbrush
  • Egg carton
  • Scissors
  • Screwdriver
  • Pipe cleaners- black
  • Wire cutters
  • Wiggle eyes
  • Glue
How to make it:
  • Make little cups or sections cutting the egg cartons.
  • Each section should have eight holes for legs. Make these holes using screwdrivers.
  • The egg carton section should be painted with black color.
  • Keep it aside and dry.
  • Cut down the pipe cleaners into two parts.
  • Pipe cleaners should be pushed through one side of the section and out the opposite side.
  • Bend the legs down.
  • Repeat steps for each leg.
  • Attach wiggle eyes with glue.

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Halloween skeleton

What you'll need:
  • Various kinds of pasta and dried beans (spaghetti, macaroni, tiny tube pasta, long tube pasta, wagon wheels, long spirals, tiny shells, wagon wheels)
  • Black construction paper
  • White glue
  • White crayon
  • Wagon wheel
How to make it:
  • Attach pasta to the black paper using white glue.
  • Make sure that you have space to make the whole body of skeleton on the paper.
  • Any type of pasta can be used for bones.
  • A wagon wheel will make the head of the skeleton.
  • Use spaghetti to make fingers and toes.
  • Make vertebrae in the spine using tiny tubes or dried lentils.
  • Use long tubes to make collar bones.
  • Arm and legs can be formed using long spirals.
  • Dried white beans are there for making kneecaps, ankles and wrists.
  • Make hips using two dried lima beans.

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Halloween pencil

What you'll need:
  • Big pompom for pumpkin and spider- orange and black
  • Black felt
  • Yellow felt
  • Green felt
  • 2 wiggle eyes
  • Black pipe cleaner
  • Brown pipe cleaner
  • Glue
How to make it:      

  Pumpkin Pencil:
  • The furs of the big pompom should be separated and glued in one brown pipe cleaner.
  • Use glue on top of the pencil.
  • Put glue where from you separated the fur on the pompom.
  • Hold until the glue dries.
  • To make the pumpkin nose put glue on a triangle of black felt, two triangles for the eyes and a black crisscross mouth.
  • Put glue on two little leaves on two pipe cleaners and enfold around the pencil in a way that it looks like the pumpkin is holding the pencil.
  • Use a little piece of brown pipe cleaner as a stem and attach to the top of the pumpkin by glue.
   Spider Pencil:
  • Cut two pipe cleaners in half.
  • Even though you have four parts now but only three parts will be used.
  • Separate the fur off the pompom to attach to the pipe cleaners by glue.
  • Use glue on top of the pencil.
  • Also put glue at the places where from furs were separated.
  • Three pipe cleaners should be placed at both the sides of spider.
  • Bend the legs in zigzag shape.
  • Use glue to attach two small yellow circles on the tiny wiggle eyes.

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Halloween Bulb

What you'll need:
  • A bulb
  • Acrylic enamel paints- according to your choice or glass paint
  • Raffia
  • Toothpick
  • Paintbrush
How to make it:
  • The light bulb should be painted with orange color.
  • Dry the paint.
  • Use toothpick to paint different places which are unpainted.
  • The socket section of the orange bulb looks amazing with green paint. Extend the green paint a bit down to the bulb.
  • Tiny lines should be painted with black color. Use toothpicks. Add little dots between the lines.
  • Use black color to paint face and eyes.
  • Use white paint to highlight the tiny lines of the eyes.
  • Tie the raffia around the socket.
  • If you want to hang the craft then you can use a small ribbon around the socket.

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Ghostwriter

What you'll need:
  • Ballpoint pen- disposable
  • Crayola Model Magic modeling material- white
  • Glue
  • Toothpick
  • Fingernail- plastic
  • Nail polish
How to make it:
  • Remove the cap of the ball point pen.
  • Cover the ballpoint pen with a ¼ inch layer of white crayola model magic modeling material but leave the pen tip exposed.
  • Shape up the clay; it should look like a shape of finger. It should form thick bumps on one side for knuckles.
  • Use toothpick to mark wrinkles.
  • Attach a plastic fingernail using craft glue near to the tip of the pen but the pen should have enough space to write.
  • Create lines using toothpick.
  • Use nail polish to paint the nail and give it a frightful look.
  • Dry it before using the pen.

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Shining spiders

What you'll need:
  • Styrofoam ball which has 4” diameter
  • Acrylic paint- purple
  • Sponge applicator
  • Wiggle eyes- 2
  • Hot glue
  • Chenille sticks- 9 black
  • Colorful craft gems
How to make it:
  • Paint the Styrofoam ball completely with the sponge applicator.
  • Dry it.
  • Use eight chenille sticks for legs. Bend the leg for making foot and knee.
  • Insert legs into the body (four on each side).
  • The last chenille stick should again be halved. Cut one of these parts in half again. Curve the quartered chenille stick and create a “feeler” (budding scientists know it as “pulp”) about ½” long and place one on either side of the face.
  • Use hot glue to attach the wiggle eyes on the face.
  • Spider’s back should be decorated with colorful craft gems.
  • To help the spider stand on its own, adjust the legs.

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Glowing Halloween eyes

What you'll need:
  • Foam pumpkin
  • Vinyl tape- 2 inches wide
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Spray adhesive
  • Box
  • Mask
  • Cookie sheet
  • Krylon
  • Fluorescent  light- black
  • Pumpkin
  • Powder which glows when it is dark.
How to make it:
  • Make strips of 2 inches wide vinyl tape.
  • Place the strips on a nonstick plane.
  • Face should be drawn on tape.
  • Cut out to create face sticker to stick it on pumpkin.
  • Take a large enough box where you can fit the pumpkin properly.
  • Paint it with spray adhesive.
  • Place the pumpkin on the cookie sheet removing it from the box.
  • Scatter the powder all over the pumpkin as it glows.
  • Keep it aside for 10 minutes to dry.
  • Repeat the same process once again.
  • Spray clear coat of krylon on pumpkin.
  • Again dry it for 20 more minutes.
  • The sticker face should be peeled off.
  • You can add fluorescent black light next to the pumpkin. It will help the craft to shine as well.

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