From ‘Tealight Spiders’ to ‘Creepy Eyeball Lights’ check out these awesome Halloween crafts you can make with your kids this holiday season. Most of these crafts only cost a few bucks to make and only take about an hour – so what are you waiting for!
You don’t have to blow the bank budget on Halloween to enjoy all the fun, thanks to cheap Halloween decorations and super easy and oh so fun Halloween crafts.
1. Spider Lanterns by themissalliecakes
These are such a great Halloween craft to make with your kids over the holidays! So you’ll need 3 mason jars and some duct tape sheet. Then sketch out the letters “B-O-O” and cut them out – then apply the letters to your mason jars and here’s the real fun part – now spray paint your jars with some frosted spray paint. Add some battery tealights and you’re good to go!
2. Creepy Eyeball Lights by southnorthsouth
For this tutorial you’ll need a Sharpie marker pack and some battery operated closet push lights. This is where you get to have some fun and design some scary eyeballs on top of your closet light. You have to go crazy on the whole vein vibe – the more veins the scarier your eyes will look!
3. Luminous Candy Jars by TheFuzzyDragon1
These luminous candy jars will look great in your front porch for Halloween! so whet you’ll need is – vases in the shape of the characters you’ll want to make, tissue paper, black felt, 2 cork stoppers, googly eyes, scissors, 3D paint, paint brush sponge, hot glue gun, MOD podge and LED lights.
4. Candy Bowl Mummy by Gustamonton
Learn how to make this candy bowl mummy that will look great in your front porch when your giving out all that Halloween candy to the neighborhood kids! The whole trick to this is covering a balloon in newspaper then covering that in Mod Podge and when that dreies you can shape the mummy exactly how you want it to look.
5. Gummy Worms by Todds Kitchen
Gummy worms are just about the scariest but yummiest Halloween treat you’ll ever make! So start off with a bowl of boiling hot water and add 1 packet of strawberry jelly. Then add 3 packets of gelatine then give it a nice stir until its all fully dissolved. Next up grab your straws and extend them all. Grab a rubber band then follow the rest of the tutorial above!
6. Spider Web Nest by Cupcake Squad
Spider web nests will make an awesome outdoor Halloween decoration for your outdoor space! So first up you’ll need some white wool, balloons, glue and plastic spiders. Next you’ll want to blow up the balloons – then start dipping the strands of wool into your glue solution then start wrapping it around your balloons!
7. Potion Bottles by sparklyblonde1
Halloween potion bottles will make a spooktastic decoration for your front porch or table setting! So you’re going to need a few empty bottles (as long as they have a lid on them). You’ll also need some fine glitter, food coloring, corn syrup and labels that you can buy at your local dollar tree (or you can probably just print them off the internet!).
8. Scary Soap Dispensers by TheFuzzyDragon1
Being clean doesn’t have to be boring so why not make these ultra creepy soap dispensers over the Halloween to give everyone an extra scare or two! You’ll need some empty soap dispensers, liquid hand soap, plastic spiders or bugs, cooking oil, paper towels, plastic eyeballs, rubber aliens or any other weird and scary plastic things!
9. Tealight Spiders by Gillian Bower
10. Edible Witch Brooms by Kin
11. Ghost Milk Jugs by BunnieClaire
12. Mummy Lantern by Hayley Williams
13. Pumpkin Witch by CraftKlatch
14. Toilet Paper Roll Monsters by Easy Kids Craft
15. Spiderman Mask by Easy Kids Craft
16. Popsicle Stick Scarecrow by Factory Direct Craft
17. Frankenstein Snack Cups by DIY Art for Kids
18. Spider Web Paper Plate by Easy Kids Craft