One of the best parts of the holidays definitely has to be the crafts. It brings family and friends together and is actually a pretty frugal hobby to take part of. Many items tend to be things you’d find around your home or even get at the Dollar Tree. If you are looking for some good clean fun to have with loved ones this Halloween, try out some of these creative crafts for the family. You won’t be disappointed putting these on your Halloween activities list!
Even if you don’t have the best artistic skills, there are many ways to make this one work. Just take it slow, step by step looking at the visual guide and you’ll be just fine!
Boo to You Halloween Sign
While simple and cheap to make, this ‘Boo to you’ sign is very striking visually. Lots of guests will love it.
Lolly Pop Ghosts
This DIY is an absolute classic and everyone adores it. From kids in elementary school to adults (especially females who love cute goodies like myself).
Have a kid or possess absolutely no artistic skills? Then you’re like me! But this creative blogger has found a genius way to make us artsy.
This balloon pumpkin trick is totally genius and honestly looks like an awesome toy. I’d kind of want to toss this around with friends for fun.
Tin Can Ghost
These can ghosts are super cool because they are light and will actually blow around in the wind. Spooookkky!
Mummy Mason Jar Luminaries
These ghost lights add a nice warm and glowing charm to your home.
Popsicle Haunted House
If you have creative friends or Halloween loving children this haunted house is so cute to try!
Balloon Spider Web
Make your own spider webs and skip cotton texture from the store this Halloween!
Get ready to save up your milk jogs, it’ll be worth it.
Floating Witch Hat Luminaries
This witch hat decor DIY really comes to life at night and makes for the perfect trick or treating atmosphere.
You may have seen the cheese cloth designs for outdoors but why not have something for your table as well?
Spider & Mason Jar Tutorial
Now this is legit. I would be so excited to see these at a party.
Do you remember making these bracelet type crafts way back in elementary school? If you have a kid or a younger sibling, maybe they can reteach you a thing or two.