As we approach the first day of October, I have been loving all of the cute and clever Halloween craft projects I’ve seen so far. From projects to make with your children or to make for your children, this Halloween season is shaping up to be filled with lots of DIY fun. This week’s roundup features simple Halloween crafts that can be made together or separate, both parent and child.
Not only can you learn how you can make a strand of yarn-based ghost garland, the tutorial from eighteen25 comes complete with printable speech bubbles for you to personalize.
Are you bringing a Halloween treat to your child’s classroom this season? Have your child help you create a set of spooky face treat bags to fill with a favorite variety of candy. This guide is by tatertots & jello.
Putting a little bit of Halloween fun in your child’s breakfast has never been easier! Reach for a roll of Con-Tact paper to create this bat bottle decal with Handmade Charlotte.
In need of some quick, inexpensive Halloween decor? Let’s Eat Grandpa shows you how to make a stack of fabric pumpkin hoops.