My mother-in-law made a few quick Halloween Crafts with the kids to share with everyone. She stated that these were quick and cheap Halloween decorations someone could make at the last minute. Considering Halloween is less than a week away, I think these are fitting to make with your kids.
Halloween Hanging Wall Decoration
At your local Dollar Tree, you should be able to find the things you need to make this.
Pack of Creatures
1 Clothes Hanger
1 Creepy Cloth Linge
Draw Some Ghosts
1 Bottle of White Glue
1 Clothes Pin
Put the creepy cloth over the top of the clothes hanger and use the clothespin to hold it down. Take creatures and apply heavy amounts of glue to them and then place them on the creepy cloth. Let dry overnight and then hang it up.
This didn’t turn out exactly like she had planned because she couldn’t find more of the skeleton and other scary creatures like the ones she added on the above project. She was going to take those and drill holes in them and hang them on the mobile.
1 set of Glow in the dark skull lights
1 Wire Spider Web or Metal Ring Wreath
String to tie things to ring
Metal handles to hold it up
Assorted Hard Creatures
Drill little holes into creatures and put a string through them. Then tie them to the metal ring. Run Lights throughout the metal ring. Then hang it up.
We hope you liked these two little Halloween crafts. They aren’t glamorous, but they are perfect for a child to make with you.
Plus, you can check out the Spooky Halloween savings on candy and decorations available now at Dollar Tree!
Now onto the link-up! 😀
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