Best Halloween Craft Supplies
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A few weeks before Halloween, you can plan having a craft party for your kids. Make your Halloween a Kid friendly celebration by letting your children have fun with different Halloween crafts.
Crafting always need crafts supplies readily available. And here are some craft supplies which you can also customize:
Halloween Themed Craft Ribbons
These craft ribbons can help prettify your Halloween crafts.
Halloween stickers will always be handy. stick them up on your craft projects to add spooky design to them.
Halloween Wrapping Paper
These Halloween themed wrapping papers will be very useful in wrapping gifts for your trick or treat guests.
Halloween crafts for kids can be practical or just plain fun and meant for decoration. Some of the ones that children love the most are the things they can use and show off to friends.
Make a Trick or Treat Bag
This craft doesn't require a lot of materials and is flexible enough to use those you probably already have in the house. In order to make a trick or treat bag you'll need the following materials.
* Paper sack with a handle
* Crayons or markets
* Craft paper or fabric
* Coloring book with Halloween characters
* Tempera paint and paintbrush
You don't have to have all the materials, just the one's you'll find the best for your child's age. You can use coloring book figures cut out for outlines or allow your child to freehand a picture in pencil on the bag. Use crayons, pens or tempera paint to fill in the outline. If you want a fancier bag, trace the designs onto fabric or craft paper and have your child glue them to the trick or treat candy bag.
Ghostly Wind Chimes
This is one of the Halloween crafts for kids that is easy to make and yet can be a fun decoration outside the door.
* White foam meat trays or sheets of foam packing material
* Ice pick or hole punch
* Jingle bell or other small bell
* Waterproof marker
Halloween crafts for kids can be simple or elaborate according to the child's skill level. In this case, the amount of preparation depends on the age of your child. For young children, You'll need to cut out the shape of a ghost from the flat piece of foam and punch a hole in the top and bottom of the ghostly figure. Older children can do this step themselves.
Have the child use the marker to create the face of the ghost. Cut two lengths of yarn. One will be for the top of the ghost as a hook and the other for the bottom to hold the bell. Have your child string the bell, put the yarn through the bottom hole and tie it so the bell dangles. Then simply add the ribbon to the top and loop it to make a handle to hang up the ghost.
Felt Pumpkin Candy Corn Holder
* Green ribbon
* Orange felt
* Embroidery thread and needle
* Sequins, colored felt scraps, fabric paint or other material to decorate the pumpkin.
Cut two shapes for the pumpkin out of felt making it a U shape approximately 3 inches wide and 4 inches tall with the top straight. Stitch the two pieces together along the sides and the bottom with a running stitch. You can also glue them if your child is younger.
Decorate the face of the pumpkin and fill it with candy corn. Use the ribbon to gather up the top and tie it securely closed. Use other Halloween symbols like ghosts and bats for more Halloween crafts for kids.