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Halloween Crafts

Leafy ghosts halloween crafts 27/09/2018
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Leafy Ghosts – Halloween Crafts

How To Make Leafy Ghosts for Halloween With Halloween just around the corner and the colourful Autumn leaves beginning to fall, why not get crafty with the leaves and engage the children in some Autumn DIY. So when you’re next out on a brisk Autumn nature walk, take a bag with you to collect some leaves and turn them into an array of friendly ghosts when you get back – perfect for a spooktacular Halloween display! Materials you will need: Dry Leaves White Acrylic Paint Paintbrush Thick Black Marker Pen... Read More

17/10/2016
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Paper Plate Spider – Halloween Crafts

Add to your Halloween decorations with this Paper Plate Spider – a crafty way to decorate the room with spiders this Halloween. To make these spiders you will need the following: Paper plate Black, red and white coloured card Black paint Paintbrush 2 googly eyes Newspaper Scissors Glue Sticky tape To make a paper plate spider: Protect the area from paint spills and cover the work area with newspaper. Put on a painting smock or apron and roll your sleeves up just in case things get a little messy! Paint the... Read More

17/10/2016
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Creepy Crawly Spider Hat – Halloween Crafts

How to make this creepy crawly Spider Hat Add the finishing touch a fancy dress outfit with this creepy crawly spider hat. Easy to make, with basic equipment. For this, you will need the following equipment: Coloured card in black white and orange 2 large googly eyes Blue shiny paper Stapler Scissors Glue Pen Tape measure Making a Spider Hat: Start of by measuring the child’s head. Add 4cm and note down the final figure. Cut out a 7cm wide band of black card. It should be as long as... Read More

17/10/2016
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Ghoulish Footprint Ghosts – Halloween Crafts

How to make some ghoulish Footprint Ghosts Below is a fun and easy way to spook up the room with some ghoulish footprint ghosts. To make these you will need: Sheets of black card or paper Thick white paint Paintbrushes Googly eyes Scissors Marker Pen Glue Stick Making some footprint ghosts: First things first, make sure the children’s feet are clean and dry. Let the children try and paint their own feet with the white paint, you may need to give them a helping hand with this if they are... Read More

27/10/2015
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Make a Spooky Spider’s Web – Halloween Crafts

An Easy Halloween Craft Idea: Make a Spooky Spider’s Web As the nights draw in and Halloween approaches, thoughts turn to all things spooky and scary. This Halloween craft idea for children is a simple, spooky DIY project which will appeal to all ages and abilities. MAKE A HALLOWEEN SPIDER’S WEB What do I need to make a Halloween Spider’s Web? Spider’s web template (A4 download) Clear plastic wallet or bag White PVA glue in a squeezy bottle or tube Glitter How to make a Spooky Spider’s Web: Print the... Read More

Cardboard Lanterns – Halloween Crafts 22/10/2013
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Cardboard Lanterns – Halloween Crafts

To create these quick and easy Halloween Lanterns you will need: Card nesting tubes or kitchen roll tubes Orange paint Scissors Orange Pipe Cleaners Making your Halloween Lanterns Cut sections of cardboard nesting tubes or kitchen roll tubes to a variety of lengths. The length of the pieces will determine the height of your lanterns. Ours measured approx. 15cm, 8cm plus a full length tube. Paint each section of tube (inside and out) in orange paint (we used acrylic for a shiny finish). Leave to dry. When dry, take a... Read More

Spooky Spiders – Halloween Crafts 22/10/2013
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Spooky Spiders – Halloween Crafts

To create these quick and easy Spooky Spiders you will need: Card nesting tubes or kitchen roll tubes Black paint Scissors Peel and stick wiggle eyes Black tissue paper Making your Halloween Spooky Spiders Cut sections of cardboard nesting tubes or kitchen roll tubes to a variety of lengths. The length of the pieces will determine the size of your spiders. Ours measured approx. 10cm, 8cm and 6cm. Paint each of the sections (inside and out) in black paint (we used acrylic for a shiny finish), and leave to dry.... Read More