Halloween Craft Round-Up

Continuing with last week’s printables round-up, this week I thought I would have a round-up of fun craft projects that I have read about in the blogospehere.

imageKansas City Public Library has directions for the simplest ghost, made just from glue, but oh so cute!
Then she made… uses pumpkins, gourds, and various nature finds to make pumpkin people! image

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Craft jr. shows you how to make fall finger puppets, from pipe cleaners, which I have never done before and am eager to try.

While naptime crafters teaches you how to make more traditional finger puppets for Halloween. image

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I love this mummy pumpkin from Plaid Kid Crafts!

The Kids Birthday Fun Review offers a easy fall craft project, with pumpkins on a fence image

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Or you can make your own Halloween village with directions from Family Fun

eighteen25 has directions to make a pop pom spider. What I love about this project, however, is that you make your own pom pom. I have read about how to make your own pom poms a lot recently and am dying to try it. Homemade pom poms are nothing like their store-bought counterparts.
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Craft jr. also has these cute Halloween t-shirt iron-ons

Help trick-o-treaters find their way in the dark with ghostly luminaries from Family Corner image

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Craft-o-Maniac has directions to make a cute candy Halloween wreath

While’s Sara’s Closet will walk you through making this fun and easy ghost lollipop wreath image

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And here is yet another wreath from Crafts and Sutch, a Halloween Spider Wreath. It is more appropriate for older kids as it is more scary and complicated to assemble.

Labels: Arts and Crafts, High School, This and That, Wrapping Up Our Week
Posted by Maureen Sklaroff