Who says Halloween can't have its own bouquet? Make your Halloween bouquet with eerie decorations. In the example, we used glow-in-the-dark spiders and bats. Spray the bouquet with black spray paint. Work outside, or cover any nearby furniture and floors, because mist from the spray can spread throughout the room. A fun Halloween craft that is guaranteed to impress your guests!
Want to give your guests a scare this Halloween? Then set the table with a terrifying tea set that's taken on a macabre life of its own. Place the teapot on a severed plaster hand and the cup on a few chopped fingers - horribly easy and terribly vile! Prepare a witch's brew and invite a few phantoms and monsters to a Halloween party they won't soon forget.
Craft an entire family of weirdly adorable mummies for Halloween with reused empty toilet paper and paper towel rolls. It's a fun and easy Halloween craft to make with the kids! You can also make little signs out of black hobby card and flower sticks for the mummies to hold in their Halloween parade: use a white Posca pen to write eerie Halloween messages on the little signs.
A fun Halloween craft for kids! Upcycle old toilet paper rolls and turn them into silly Halloween characters with colourful paper and wiggly eyes. You can keep the paper in place with a paperclip until the glue is dry, or staple it around the roll. We made a bat, a pumpkin and an adorable monster. But you can make other creatures to fit your Halloween party - how about a ghost or witch? For the monster, we cut out circles and glued the eyes to them, to make them more prominent.
No Halloween amusement park is complete without a carousel and a hotel. Here, we have made a pumpkin hotel and behind it, the roller coaster rushes by. At Hotel Ghost, all the monstrous little beings can move in and celebrate Halloween. Are you keen to make a miniature landscape, too? TO MAKE THE PUMPKIN: Carve the pumpkin and cut out holes for the door and windows. DOOR: Reattach the door with a hinge made of steel wire. WINDOW: Cut pieces of elephant wire and poke them into the holes as window bars. SHUTTERS: Break or cut lolly sticks to the proper length. Glue them in pairs with cross bars made of small pieces of wood. Paint them with brown Hobbylack. Let the paint dry and then paint the shadow effects in black. To attach them to the pumpkin, bend a piece of steel wire into a U. Glue the U to the back of the shutter with a small piece of felt over the bend, then poke the ends into the pumpkin, with the shutter in place to the side of the window. The rest is up to your imagination.
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