Have fun dressing your family pictures in Halloween costumes with paper cutouts and removable adhesive putty.
Turn your floor into a huge spider web using low-tack white paper tape that’s easy to reposition and remove.
Juice boxes decorated to look like mummies, using electrical tape and googly eyes, are an easy and fun way to…
This little ghost hair clip would be a charming addition to any girl’s hair accessories.
This fun project uses crayons and black paint to make a beautiful Halloween scene.
Keep the kids busy with a fun game of ghost bowling – made from recycled soda bottles!
Free printables! Make your own Halloween pumpkin carving flip book — you’ll have more than 100 pumpkin face ideas to…
This is a fun snack/lunch to make for the kids this October!
Creepy cobwebs cut from coffee filters!
Kids will be poppin’ with excitement to wear this box o’ popcorn costume! Moms will love that it’s a no-sew…
Made from buttons, tree branches and glue, this colorful fall craft is great for kids of all ages.
Severed fingers made from carrots and peppers are a great healthy addition to Halloween menus!
A fun Halloween Mummy Lunch for kids with coffin chips!
This little chicken definitely came before the egg. Her chicken costume is made from supplies that you might already have…
All dressed up and ready to hold your party treats, these monster bags will work perfectly for a Halloween party…
Grab the kids and head outside to gather colorful leaves to make these adorable leaf people!
What’s better than Play Dough? Play Dough with glitter! So simple and quick to make, and so much fun for…
Puff Pastry will never look the same to anyone once you dish up these bloody intestines at your Halloween party!
Add some Victorian charm to your Halloween decorations this year!
With a bit of Halloween magic, turn your fall silk leaves into frosty white ghosts.
A great recycling project turns glass jars into mummified candle holders to provide mood lighting for your Halloween visitors.
You can hide either tricks or treats inside these spooky skulls.
Ghosts and ghouls light the way for all of your Halloween visitors!
Keep an eye out for any spooky happenings with these fun marshmallow eyeball treats.
A spooktacular new look for gingerbread people!
Scary skull stamps cleverly cut from potatoes!
In search of a quick Halloween party treat? Take a short cut by using store bought cookies to create these…
Dress up your Halloween tables with Frankenstein and his mummy buddy, made from recycled cereal boxes!
This mummy is all wrapped up and waiting for you to dig in!
This fun project will wow your little audience. Give each child their own dish to make their own design!
Homemade tootsie rolls are simple to make and the dough is fun to play with too!
Every Princess needs a party dress. This one can double as a birthday dress, ballerina outfit or a Halloween costume.
Make a gladiators helmet cardboard and a stapler. A must have accessory for your toddling Trojan.
This beautiful designs are made by dipping leaves into different colors of paint and transferring to paper.
This cute scarecrow is made using shapes. A great fall learning activity.
Hairy Daddy Longlegs cupcakes will fit perfectly into any Halloween or Bug theme party!