The kids will love this fun and easy Frankenstein S’mores Pop!
All eyes will be on you when bite into these creepy looking treats!
Have some fun creating “Jack Pops” using the printables to create his body. Jack Skellington Fans will love to eat…
These cheesy quesadillas are an easy-to-make after school snack that your kids can whip by themselves or with very little…
Invite the Halloween spirits to dance around your tombstone cups. Ghosts and goblins alike will enjoy these chocolately good treats.
Super size a chocolate cake ball into a hairy spider for Halloween.
These adorable mummies are easy to make and use a recycled juice box from your child’s lunch.
Make your own soap with creepy crawly spiders inside!
White chocolate popcorn is infested with milk chocolate roaches. A gross but fun treat for a Halloween or bug themed…
How cute are these!? Adorable monsters made from squished homemade kool-aid play dough, wiggle eyes and a few embellishments.
Absolutely beyond cute, these containers are decorated as Halloween characters and filled with homemade play dough. What a great Halloween…
A Fun, Quick and EASY Halloween Costume using Duct Tape. A definite conversation starter.
Create these corn dog centipedes for a Halloween or bug themed party.
Made from construction paper and children’s handprints, this is a great classroom project or a fun way to greet trick…
A fun spooky dinner for the kids featured hamburger mummies and ghostly mashed potatoes!
Turn marshmallows into edible monsters. These Frankenstein treats are perfect for a Halloween bash.
Make different monsters using paper to create this fun Halloween banner.
These little moody pumpkin softies are absolutely adorable! Pull out the felt, embroidery thread and buttons and make a bunch…
Made from Oreo cookies and candy melts, these tasty treats will be the hit of your Halloween party!
Made from an old TV and some spray paint, this is an awesome way to greet trick or treaters. A…
Fun little treat boxes decorated for Halloween. A fun party favor or just a fun way to hide your treats!
This cute banner for Halloween is the perfect project for those cool autumn rainy days.
This Halloween treat features darling versions of the Frankenstein monster. A great addition to a Halloween party!
Make this cute mummy from a paper plate and some construction paper.
Isn’t this perfect for Halloween night? I love this idea, even if it is temporary. All you need are glass…
This adorable little hooter uses a paper cup for the body and felt and feathers to add the features.
Fun spiders made from paper plates and paper can be suspended from the ceiling. Makes a great Halloween party or…
Cute little mummies made from clay pots! What a darling afternoon project to get your house ready for Halloween.
Not all mummies are scary and ghoulish. This friendly little mummy will greet your little goblins with a smile.
Make this boney skeleton from chenille stems and pom poms. A fun project for Halloween.
This fun Halloween craft uses a recycled tin can and felt to make fun Frankenstein for holding treats, pencils or…
Yummy edible spiders made from crisp rice cereal and marshmallows. A fun Halloween treat.
Make this cute witch puppet from a wooden spoon and paint.
Adorable monster puppets made from felt. Use the free printable pattern to cut out all the features.
Super easy Halloween costume using shirts, painter’s tape and some fabric paint.
A fun way to dress up a plain paper bag. Makes a great treat bag for your Halloween party!