How to Make Paper Plate Crafts for Halloween

There are certain home supply staples that double as craft supply staples: empty toilet paper tubes, plastic utensils, empty glass jars, etc. Close to the top of that list are plain paper plates. At such an affordable price from the grocery store, it’s always a good idea to have a big stack on hand throughout the year, but especially during the holidays! And Halloween is no exception, that’s for sure. This week’s roundup showcases Halloween crafts for kids that are made with paper plates. It’s time to head for the pantry and get your children ready for some paper plate crafting!

Halloween Paper Plate Silhouette Crafts

Set a spooky scene in your home with this idea from The Pinterested Parent. Create a set of Halloween silhouettes to display in your home.

Handprint Spiders in a DIY Lacing Card Web

Practice a great motor skill while being crafty! Mom Endeavors uses a paper plate as the basis of this Halloween-themed lacing card.

Paper Plate Spiders

Paper plates make excellent spiders. I Heart Crafty Things takes a playful spin on traditional Halloween spiders by making them in a rainbow of colors.

Paper Plate Candy Corn Banner

Candy corn is an essential Halloween treat. Make sure it’s displayed in your home by having your child make a strand of Sophistishe’s paper plate candy corn garland.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -


Celebrating an Autism Diagnosis

One local mom shares why she has celebrated her daughter's autism diagnosis and how it has impacted the way she parents.

Train Activities for Kids in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Check out these local train spots in southeast Michigan that your little conductor is sure to love!

How to Manage Your Kids’ Screen Time Habits with an ‘Electronic Fast’

A national expert offers tips on how help your kids disconnect from screens.

Ways to Celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day with Kids

Indigenous Peoples Day falls on Monday, Oct. 10, 2022. Find kid-friendly ways to explore Native American culture and celebrate the day.

- Advertisement -