50 Halloween Crafts

Salt Dough Pumpkins for Alpha Mom.
Halloween Ribbon Wreath.
Hanging Halloween Decorations from Martha Stewart.
Plush Black Cat from Etsy’s How-Tuesday by Katy Kristin.
Knitted Witch Doll from The Purl Bee.
Felt Spiderweb Table Runner from The Crafty Cupboard.*
Ghost Cozies from My Paper Crane.
Cheesecloth Ghosts from Martha Stewart.
Spiderweb Hoop from Betz White.*
Tissue Paper Pomettes from Paper Source.
Candy Corn Wreath from Woman’s Day.
Spider Web Balloons from Crafty Crafty.
Fishbowl Pumpkins from Bella Dia.
Jack O’Lantern Hoop from Betz White.
Betty Boo Bat from Heather Bailey.
Halloween Fabric Art from The Graphics Fairy.
Needle Felted Pumpkins.
Flappy Happy Felt Bats from Domesticali.
Ghostly Towels.

Recycled Crafts
Paper Bag Halloween Bowls.
Jars and Cans to Jack O’ Lanterns.
Cardboard Hanging Bat Mobile.
Bottle Skulls from Dollar Store Crafts.

Kids’ Crafts & Costumes
Dress-up Crown.
Superhero Cape.
Last-Minute Kids’ Owl Costume for Alpha Mom.*
No-sew Tutu from Design Mom.
Felt Mask Pattern and Tutorial from Hazelnuts.
Cereal Box Stenciled Bags for Alpha Mom.
Scrappy Owl Treat Bag.
Owl Bleach Stenciled T-shirt from Crafterella.
Halloween Tote from The Sometimes Crafter.
Rock Jack O’ Lanterns from Cider & Faun.
Candy Corn Paper Plate Garland from Better Homes and Gardens.
Pumpkin Balloons from Martha Stewart.
Cardboard Box Haunted House from Brenda Ponnay for Alpha Mom.
Acorn Pumpkins from Family Fun.

Paper Crafts & Printables
Snowflake Pumpkins from Mer Mag.
Printable Owl Stickers.
Spooky Paper Cutouts from Country Living.*
Paper Strip Jack O’ Lanterns from Let’s Explore.*
Halloween Printables from The Toymaker.
Ghost Garland.

Recipes & Party Ideas
Broom Candy Bags from Woman’s Day.
Meringue Ghosts from Joy of Baking.
Halloween Cake Pops from Bakerella.
Tootsie Pop Pumpkins from Skip to My Lou.
Candy Corn Cookies from Baked Bree.*
Crawly Cakes from Not Martha.
Candy Corn Cupcakes from Our Best Bites.

*pictured above.

9 Replies to “50 Halloween Crafts”

  1. Love the crafts! And I’m having a halloween party for my daughter this Saturday, and I was wondering, are there any easy crafts that a group of girls (ages 12-13) could do in around half an hour without a high cost?

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