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.
Become your own mask-maker and design a unique mask for a masquerade or Halloween, inspired by the Carnival of Venice - a little bit scary, yet exuberantly colourful all at the same time! With this paper mask and a touch of paint and sequins, it's easy for kids to make their own costume. Tip: Make little holes at the nose and mouth to make it is easier to breathe while wearing the mask.
Don't throw out your empty toilet paper rolls; reuse them for crafts instead! Try, for example, constructing a grand haunted castle with the kids for Halloween. The spooky haunted castle is as fun to build as it is to play with afterwards, for those who dare!
Craft a creepy cute Halloween accessory! What better accessory for spooky parties than a tiara decked out with spider's webs and creepy spiders? Easy craft activity after a round of trick-or-treating.
With window paint, the kids can make fun and slightly scary decorations for Halloween! The finished, dried design is like a sticker that you can apply to a window or mirror. The tube on the window paint has a fine tip, making it easy to paint anything from fine lines or large areas. Tip: Place a sheet of plastic over a drawn design and use as a template.
Pegboard beading is endlessly entertaining, and you can use glow-in-the-dark tube beads to make ghostly silhouettes! You can make everything from ghosts to pumpkins with Hama beads; it's the perfect Halloween craft to do with the kids. We've hung up our creepy raven, eerie owl and flying witch on a dark, bare branch - but of course, you could also use these as coasters at your 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.
You have to keep your eyes open for all the ghosts and ghouls on Halloween! This funny, terrifying headband is perfect for all attentive monsters. Remember to use a thin brush to paint the veins so that they don't end up too thick.
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.
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