Family DIY fun crafts and projects
Oct 22, 2013
Craft Roundup: A DIY Halloween Class Party
Punch up that October shebang for your kids at school or home with festive placements, Oreo pops, cupcake toppers and drink boxes, all with spooky flair
Are you helping out with your child's Halloween party at school? Where do you find your inspiration? For us, we find it on some of our favorite blogs and popular Pinterest boards. From decorating cupcakes with easy-to-make paper toppers to a no-bake cookie treat, this week's roundup has a few ideas for you to consider when crafting your classroom contribution. Whether you've been asked to bring in the drinks or the paper goods, we've got you covered.
As soon as I saw these placemats, I knew I had to make them for my kitchen table. Sew Mama Sew features this guest project from Jennifer Mathis of Ellison Lane that you'll want to try ASAP.
It's time for some food crafting! This no-bake sweet treat from Little Miss Kate features a lunch box classic (Oreo cookies) and gooey white chocolate to create an edible mummy. Complete with edible googly eyes!
Lyndsay Sung of Coco Cake Land contributed this paper craft project to Poppytalk, and it's pretty cute. Create a batch of scaredy cat cake toppers for classroom Halloween cupcakes or to decorate a big cake at home.
Just about any snack can get the Halloween look, thanks to trusty duct tape and googly eyes! A Pretty Life in the Suburbs covered these juice boxes in duct tape to look like mummies. A simple craft that looks like a lot of spooky fun when presented all together!