Pegboard beading is endlessly entertaining, and there are countless creative options for using Hama tube beads! Here we made a lively jumping jack in the shape of a skeleton. The perfect creative craft activity and decoration for Halloween for any child. Hang the skeleton up on a door, wall or anywhere for that spooky Halloween look.
Dress up as the queen of screams for Halloween in a creepy spider crown! Use a glue gun and materials from the Giant Spooky Halloween Box to create a stylish All Hallows' Eve crown decked out in creepy-crawlies. We recommend using a glue gun, as the hot glue bonds easily and fast. Bear in mind that the gun tip gets very hot, so take care.
Make a creepy pumpkin spider with pipe cleaners and eyes! It's a fun and easy Halloween craft to make with the kids. Glue pipe cleaner legs and tons of eyes to the pumpkin. To finish, tie a bow to the spider's head. A hot glue gun is your best friend for this craft!
Not sure what to do with all those pumpkins during the harvest season? With concrete paint, you can make a beautiful concrete pumpkin without having to cast with a mould. All you need is a real pumpkin which you can turn into stone with our thick, heavy paint with a concrete texture. You can also apply paint with a palette knife for a slightly more robust result. Concrete pumpkins are the perfect decoration for autumn and Halloween.
Surprise the kids with a deliciously sweet mummy cake for Halloween! Anyone can make this cute cake, and it makes a strikingly spooky addition to a spine-chilling Halloween party.
For creative crafting with children, make your own little Halloween display using stones of various shapes and sizes. Let the shape of each stone or pebbble determine what spooky character to transform it into. Use bits of pipe cleaner and pom poms for added stone figure fun. For example, a black pom pom and black pipecleaners are perfect for an itsy bitsy spooky spider. We recommend painting your stones and pebbles with our Nordic Ecolabelled Ready Mix Tempera paints.
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.
Welcome to the circus ... if you dare! Allow us to introduce our terrifyingly charming ringmaster, who is guaranteed to present a ghastly good time. With a striking face painting, loads of dusty white hair spray and a stately top hat, you can transform into a scary circus star in no time at all.
To make a hat:
1. Spray paint a headband red and let dry.
2. Cut out a circle of red, glittery craft rubber, 12 cm in diameter. We used a small bowl as a template.
3. Cut out a semicircle with a semicircle in the middle, forming a 7 cm strip. (Tip! Make a template on paper first, before cutting the craft rubber.)
4. Overlap the ends of the strip and glue them together, forming a conical hat. Glue the cone to the circle.
5. Cut out a circle to fit on top of the hat. We used a glass as a template.
6. Wrap a piece of gold string a few times around the seam at the top and at the base. Glue the string in place as you wrap it.
7. Attach a narrow strip of craft rubber to the front of the hat and wind a piece of gold string on top of it.
8. Fold an 8 cm wide piece of red tulle together a few times and tie into a bow with a narrow strip of tulle. Glue the bow to one side of the hat and a spider to the other.
Make a sweet-yet-scary doll costume for Halloween! A wind-up key on the back and a big bow complete the transformation into an old-fashioned mechanical doll. Top off the look with rosy cheeks, and cracks in the porcelain on the child's forehead. This wind-up Halloween doll is sure to be shockingly adorable at the Halloween party or while trick-or-treating!
Watch out for werewolves! Dress up as a horrifying werewolf this Halloween and scare everyone at the Halloween party! With bushy ears, striking contact lenses and an awesome face painting, it's easy to create the transformation into this furry monster. Then you can howl at the pale light of the full moon all night long. Aoooo!
Help! The mummy woke up and wandered out of its tomb! With a simple face painting, a little hair colour, and wrapped in strips of smudged fabric, you can dress up like a ghastly embalmed mummy for Halloween! Under the strips of fabric, match the look with a white tank top and white skirt or white tights. Tip! Hold a piece of paper or something similar in front of the face to shield it while spraying the hair.
It's easy to transform yourself into a witch or wizard for Halloween! Here, we've turned an old pair of sunglasses into a gruesomely cool Halloween costume covered with creepy-crawly bugs. You can also make earrings with a yucky bug. Finish off the look by painting your lips black and applying colourful, witch-inspired hairspray to your hair.
Let your imagination run wild this Halloween and take on the role of the ruthless, cunning villain! With a colourful face painting and hair, and a print on an ordinary T-shirt, it's easy to create this transformation into a dazzling villain. Tip! Protect the face when spraying the hair dye by holding a piece of paper or something similar in front.
Welcome to the circus, and say hello to the star - the clown! If you dare, that is ... With a simple face painting, some yarn balls and a tulle collar, you can make a truly charming and somewhat scary Halloween costume. Pair the clown makeup with a ruffled skirt or another garment with a few frills and pizazz, and you've got a clown costume. Trick or treat! The neighbours wouldn't dare keep treats away from this terrifying clown! Tip: Hold a piece of paper or something similar in front of the face to shield it while spraying the hair.
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