Halloween Craft Ideas

Make the following Halloween crafts in a flash. Easy to make crafts for kids
Skeleton | Spooky Tumblers| Paper Plate Bat | Paper Plate Mask | Eyeball Yo-Yo | Halloween Table Cloth | Hallowween Pins | Pumpkin Treat Bag | Welcoming Witch | Sucker Ghosts | Pumpkin Candy Dish


SKELETON

You will need:

1. Long sleeved black T-shirt
2. Large sheet of card
3. Chalk fabric marker
4. Fabric paint (white)
5. Pot of water
6. Thick paintbrush

Procedure :

1. Insert card inside the T-shirt body and sleeves. Use the chalk fabric marker to draw outlines of the shoulder blades, rib cage, spine and hips on to front of the T-shirt. Draw outlines of the arm bones on to both sleeves.

2. Use the thick brush to paint the bones on the front of the T-shirt with white fabric paint. To make the bones really white, apply two coats. Allow the paint to dry between coats.

3. To finish off, paint the bones on both sleeves. Leave the white fabric paint to dry thoroughly between coats. All you have to do now, is wait for the full Moon!

4. To repeat the design on to the back, allow the T-shirt to dry. Then turn it over and repeat the steps 1, 2 and 3.

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SPOOKY TUMBLERS

You need :

Clear Plastic Tumblers 
Craft knife 
One 1 plastic-foam ball for each cup 
Acrylic Paint: Rhythm Blue, Red, White & Black 
One package Delta Freshly Fallen Snow

Instructions : 

1. Cut ball in half. 

2. Glue eyeballs to cup. 

3. With black paint, make nose and mouth. Line with white paint. 

4. Brush on Freshly Fallen snow onto the eyes. Let dry. 

5. Paint the eyeball white, paint the iris Rhythm Blue and paint the pupil black. 

6. Paint red bloodshot eyes veins in the eyes.

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PAPER PLATE BAT

You need :

Small paper plate
Black paint
Black constructon paper
White correction fluid or chalk

Instructions :

1. Paint black a small paper plate and let dry.

2. From a black construction paper, cut triangle shapes ( 3 for each wing) and lay them out so you can glue the two top corners to another triangle. 

3. Fasten the wings to the back of the paper plate and draw a face with white correction fluid or chalk. 

4. Punch a hole in the top to hang.

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PAPER PLATE MASK

You need :

Paper plates
Cardboard egg cartons

Instructions :

1. Cut eye holes in a large paper plate. 

2. Cut apart the cups of an egg carton and arrange them on the plate to make a nose, bumps, beard etc. 

3. When you have an arrangement you like, use glue or masking tape to attach the cups in place. 

4. Paint the mask with finger paints and add facial features. Let the paint dry. 

5. Punch a hole in each side of the paper plate and string a piece of elastic or string through each hole to go around the head.

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EYEBALL YO-YO

You need: 

Wooden Yo-Yo 
Green, Dark Green, White and Black Paint and Brush 
Fine Point black and red Marker 

Instructions:

1) Paint a 1" green circle in the middle of the yo-yo. 

2) Paint white all around the green. Let it dry. 

3) Paint a black pupil in the middle with radiating dark green lines. 

4) Draw a line around the pupil with a black marker. 

5) Draw irregular red lines to make eyeball look bloodshot.

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HALLOWEEN TABLE CLOTH

You will need :

White paper table cloth 
Stickers 
Colored Markers
Halloween pictures 

Instructions :

1. Take an orange paper tablecloth and draw various Halloween ghosts on it. You can also draw goblins, pumpkins, black cats, etc. 

2. Stick on Halloween stickers and glue on any pictures that you think are related to Halloween.

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HALLOWEEN PINS

You will need: 

Black and orange ribbon
Hot glue gun and glue stick
Black and orange markers
Candy corn (plastic or real) 
1 miniature broom
Brooch pin

Instructions:

1. Paint black and orange stripes on broom handle with markers. Allow to dry.

2. Use strands of orange and black alternately to make bow at base of stick just above straw area of broom. Apply a bit of glue on the back of the bow to keep in place.

3. Glue candy corn or other miniature at the base.

4. Glue brooch pin to the back of the broom in the area behind straw section so that it will not show.

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PUMPKIN TREAT BAG

You'll need:

Green tempera paint
Orange tempera paint
Sponge
Lunch bag
soap & water.

Instructions:

1) With a sponge, apply orange paint to the palm of a hand.

2) Press palm onto the paper bag. 

3) Using index finger & green paint, make stem and leaves on the pumpkins.

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Welcoming Witch

You will need:

1 bleach bottle
straw or raffia for the hair
12 by 12 flesh colored felt
12 by 12 black felt
glue
2 eyes (black felt, buttons, or googly eyes)
Tool to make small holes in plastic bottle
Wire
1/4 yard of black material
14 inches of black chenille

Instructions:

Step 1: Cut the bottle in half. Decide the size of face you want and make a circle with a pencil.
Step 2: Make plenty of holes around the top of the circle.

Step 3: Cut the flesh felt in a circle and glue to the bottle.

Step 4: Now start inserting raffia into the holes, leaving 1 inch hanging out of the upper holes and longer strands hanging out of the side holes. String it in and out of each hole for the hair line..

Step 5: Add on the eyes and mouth if you have one.

Step 6: Take the black material and make a triangle hat.

Step 7: Take the black felt and cover the back side of the bottle. Stretch a piece of wire across the back so you can hang it up. Attach the wire to each side real tight.

Step 8: Now you glue on the hat and glue on the black chenille for the RIM of the hat.

The witch can stand by herself or hang on the wall or door.

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Sucker Ghosts

You will need:

Tootsie roll pops
6" squares of white fabric, with edges cut using pinking shears
6" lengths of black and orange ribbon, one for each "ghost"
10"x12" sheet of 2" thick Styrofoam
Black spray paint
Fine line Sharpie marker
Black acrylic paint & paint brush
Toothpicks
Paring knife, or other blade suitable to cut Styrofoam
Misc. small branch pieces (optional)

Instructions :

Of course the simple part is making the ghosts. Simply tie a square of white fabric over the Tootsie roll, securing it at the "neck" with a piece of ribbon tied in a bow.
The graveyard involves a couple steps that an adult should do - (1) the cutting and (2) the spray painting. The rest of it can easily be made by kids age 5 and up.
Cut the Styrofoam in half width-wise. Out of one half, draw off 3 tombstone shapes. Using a sharp knife or X-acto, cut out these shapes, trimming it so that it is as smooth as possible.
Using 2 toothpicks each, secure the tombstones on top of the second half of foam. Be sure to place these far enough apart to allow room for other decorations.

Carefully "spritz" the whole display with black spray paint. Take care not to spray for prolonged periods of time in any one spot, as the spray paint will melt the foam. Just use quick, short bursts of paint. Spray in this manner until you have the look you want. Allow the paint to dry completely.
Now let the kids decorate the tombstones. Remove them from the base foam. Let them use markers to write funny names, draw cracks, and decorate them however they would like. If there are areas that you would like to show more than others (such as the names vs. the cracks) go over them with black paint.
Note: You will notice that the marker will melt the foam a little - just encourage the kids not to press too hard.
When the tombstones are done, place them back on the foam base where they were. You will see that a white blank was left where the spray paint did not reach - this makes it easy to put them back in place.
Have the kids gather interesting gnarly-looking twigs from the yard and poke these in different spots around the "graveyard. Finish off the masterpiece by poking the Sucker Ghosts here and there.

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Pumpkin Candy Dish

For the Pumpkin Candy Dish

You will need:

Ivy Bowl or Small Glass Fish Bowl
Orange CeramCoat Paint
White CeramCoat Paint
Yellow CeramCoat Paint
Blue CeramCoat Paint
Black Paint Pen
Kitchen Sponge
Miracle Sponge (Compressed sponge)
Q-tips

Instructions:

1. Using the kitchen sponge apply both colors of orange to completely cover the glass bowl. All the pot to dry completely.

2. Cut eyes, pupils, a nose and a tooth out of the miracle sponge. Dip the miracle sponge in water so that it expands. Squeeze out the excess water.

3. Sponge white eyes and a white tooth on the pot. Sponge a yellow nose on the pot. If you do not like the coverage fill in spots with a Q-tip. Once the eyes dry sponge blue pupils on them. Let the paint dry. With a Q-tip add a sparkle of white paint.

4. Draw around the eyes and nose with the black paint pen. Add a mouth, pumpkin lines, and eyebrows with the black paint pen.

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