This friendly little skeleton, made from Q-Tips, will add some fun to your Halloween décor.
Who goes there?!? Turn your trees into scary lawn creatures with just a couple of simple craft items…..
These charming little bats seem to be saying “I’m a little batty hanging around you!”
Get creative and turn these creepy eyeballs into a pin to wear or a magnet for your frig or school…
Tie-dyed shirts never go out of style. This one is decorated in spirited Halloween colors!
Made from cardboard tubes and crepe paper, these little guys are all wrapped up and waiting to be filled with…
Pumpkins and dogs and witches…oh, my! The gangs all here waiting to add some whimsy to your Halloween decorations!
Made from sponges and paint, this cute little candy corn family will bring smiles to those who play with them!
Even your tweens and teenagers can by stylish and still dress up for Halloween by wearing these pretty headbands.
Turn cheese slices into a work of art by artfully arranging cut slices into an owl. Great for a Halloween…
Hang these little hats anywhere you want to add some color and whimsy to your Halloween decorations.
Cute edible ghosts are decorated with food coloring markers. Even young kids can have fun drawing faces onto these sweet…
Gather the kids and go pumpkin flinging. No worries! These little pumpkins are made from pom poms!
These sweet little owls are fun to make a great project for fall!
Collect the acorns during fall to make this fun project for Hanukkah!
Yum! Make cups from real apples, a great afternoon fall snack!
Dark and creepy, this wreath takes literally 5 minutes to put together using items that you might already have on…
These little pouches are fun to decorate and fill with yummy treats!
Looking for an easy and inexpensive Halloween craft, suitable for all ages? Paper Plate Pumpkins!
This is a great way to re purpose an ornament! Make your own terrarium. It’s easy, fun and educational. It’s…
Put those old wooden spoons to a new use (or you can always buy a new set for this fun…
Ladybugs are the one crawly creature most kids will love wearing for Halloween. See how we made it!
A cute little tutu tote waiting patiently for a little ballerina or princess to carry it.
Add some whimsy to your Halloween decorations with this colorful rag wreath!
This simple no sew craft is easy to switch for any special occasion just by changing the ribbon colors.
A quick and easy fall door decoration made from tissue paper, brown bags and netting.
He makes no bones about hanging around for Halloween!
Easy enough for even the little ones to help with, these trees are simple to make using cardboard tubes and…
Hanging on a porch or in a corner in the house, this milk jug ghosts are so boo-tiful!
Burlap and fabric paint make up these wonderful fall place mats your child will love!
Rice krispies treat ghost pops with edible googly eyes.
Kids will love learning this fun nature technique of using the natural color from flowers to create art.
Use a plain cardboard tube and some pumpkin seeds to make these adorable owl.
Edible acorns that are sweet and easy to make.
The colors and dimensions in this mobile are so fun and they just scream fall!
Milk cartons dressed up as haunted house treat boxes…another great recycling project!