These Styrofoam look-a-likes look like they jumped right off the pages of Mr. Popper’s Penguins!
Who doesn’t love hedgehogs (and doughnut holes!)? These are easy to make and fun to eat, and let’s not forget…
A perfect Halloween craft for little ones making a pom pom spider who sits on a craft stick cobweb!
Children will makes scales on a fish using a stamp pad and a pencil eraser.
Learn how to use a paper bag and some simple items to create an adorable donkey.
Chocolate pancakes with whipped cream made to look like a penguin!
Cute ornaments made out of blown eggs.
Sugar cookie dough, M&M’s and pretzel twists make up these sweet reindeer cookies.
Nothing to get crabby about…this little lobster and his friends will surely make you smile!
A fun and very easy Owl Pancake Breakfast that the kids will love!
Looks like our Hero Cat jumped right off the pages of the book!
Creepy crawlies making their way onto your Halloween treat table!
Made from plastic bottle caps, these creepy little spiders are just hanging around waiting for a good party!
Decorate a caramel apple with chocolate ganache and modeling chocolate to create these adorable Black Cats for Halloween.
Great for a Halloween party or as a Halloween classroom project, our spider ring is simply made from chenille stems…
No bad luck here when you make our paper plate black kitty!
These spiders have so much personality! They look great hanging from picture frames, window sills, or anywhere else you can…
These cute little bats are crafted from your kiddos’ hands and feet!
Dress up your place setting with these Halloween napkin rings!
Looking for more ideas to decorate your Halloween table? Vampire bats napkin rings add a bit of quirky fun!
A great craft project to do year after year to watch this bat’s wings grow!
Kids can decorate treat bags, pictures and more with their own unique spiders made from their handprints!
Go batty over these cute little finger puppets!
These charming little bats seem to be saying “I’m a little batty hanging around you!”
Turn cheese slices into a work of art by artfully arranging cut slices into an owl. Great for a Halloween…
These sweet little owls are fun to make a great project for fall!
Use a plain cardboard tube and some pumpkin seeds to make these adorable owl.
Spooky cat cookies, complete with candy corn eyes, will be the cat’s meow on your Halloween table!
This colorful birdie is sure to receive lots of treats on Halloween!
This wise old owl is made from natural materials.
For a sure hit at your Halloween party, construct this papier-mache bat to hold lots of tricks and treats high…
Watch out…vampires are on the loose! Just in time to add some scare to your Halloween decorations.
The wings from these cardboard tube bats are made from recycled paper bags! An adorable Halloween project.
These little Halloween lanterns use seed starter pots for their base!
Using twigs and acorns you too can make these adorable animals!
These adorable owls are completely edible and a fun sweet snack for fall. These adorable treats are from Amy at LivingLocurto.com.