Get Spooky with Easy, DIY Craft Projects for Kids and Adults

Get Spooky with Easy, DIY Craft Projects for Kids and Adults

Photo by Karolina Grabowska

by Sandy Sandler, Creator of Bowdabra and a DIY craft and home decor expert for the creatively challenged, with cost-effective and easy-to-do craft projects celebrating Halloween.

Halloween can be a spooky time for kids, but here are some family-friendly crafts to make to decorate this season.

Here are four easy Halloween craft projects: (click on each link for step-by-step instructions and image)

Corner Spider Webs:

Spider web decorations are a Halloween staple. Here’s a different spin on the classic round web decoration. Sometimes your decorating calls for just a portion of the web. Follow this tutorial for a perfect corner spider web.

Halloween Pom Pom Pumpkins:

Pumpkins and Halloween just seem to go together. These fun and easy-to-make pom pom pumpkins are great Halloween decorations. The DIY loom instructions are also included below.

Halloween Pop-Up Boo Card:

This BOO pop-up Halloween card is sure to be a hit!! It’s an easy popup card to make, so your young artist will really get a sense of accomplishment when completing it. From three sheets of paper, you’ll get two Halloween greeting cards.

Pom Pom Loom (to make the Pom Pom Pumpkins):

Pom poms are such a fun craft project!! There are so many things you can create from a yarn pom pom. Here’s a pattern for an easy, do-it-yourself pom pom loom.

And a Bonus Halloween Home Décor craft project for an easy DIY Halloween Door Swag! (click on the link for the video tutorial, can be used for the b-roll)

Halloween Door Swag Photos:

Halloween Door Swag

Halloween Door Swag Close Up Image

Sandy also has Autumn and Thanksgiving crafts.

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Sandy Sandler is the creator of the QVC best-seller, the Bowdabra. Her frugal craft projects and activity ideas are designed to transform the creatively challenged into creative pros. Sandy’s focus is on creative and easy projects that parents can do with their kids and that kids can even do on their own that are both frugal and green in nature.


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