Easy Samhain - Halloween Crafts

Stormy Stewart


These weekend projects are nice for a little mother child craft or as a project you do yourself. these are all very easy and take very little time to complete

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Directions Step-By-Step

Ghostly leaves

These little accents make a big statement on a mantle with colored leaves or on a gratitude wreath.

They require only while spray paint and a black magic marker.

Take the leaves out and on a waxed paper back drop spray the leaf and let dry, making sure it didn't stick to the paper. Let dry. Repeat on the other side. Once dry bring in and let the kids do the eyes or face.
Green faced Jars.

Using a mason jar and spray paint designed for glass, spray the outside of the jar green. allow to dry. Then using while and black craft paint make faces on the jar. Use the jars to store things, give your party gifts in or as halloween decorations. They look awesome with the cap off and a little web material half in and half out with spiders all over. makes a creapy centerpiece for any table.
Halloween pumpkins.

orange tissue paper, some green ribbon, and a little black construction paper will decorate your toilet paper in your bathroom paper. Or even make them as decorations going up a stairway or as part of a centerppiece.
Ghost pops

a 6x6 square of white material, some black yarn or thin ribbon, a magic marker, and a tootsie pop can make a wonderful ghost. you can tuck them anywhere as an added halloween punch. Is cute as a addition to a name tag at a dinner party or attached to a halloween gift as well
Hanging spiders nest.

Using a baloon, some fishing line, white tissue paper, and some plastic spiders you can make this creapy spiders nest.

Just blow up the baloon, attach the tissue paper with with diluted elmers glue. allow to harden. attach a piece of fishing line to hang it and add lines with spiders attached by tieing a leg to the line in different places or glueing them onto the line.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Main Ingredient: Non-Edible or Other
Regional Style: American