5 Easy Halloween Crafts
Part of the Halloween fun is decorating and making crafts. Here you will find five easy and inexpensive Halloween crafts that you can make for 10 dollars or less. In about a half an hour you can create a boo-tiful wreath for your door or mantel, bewitching candy bouquets for friends and family, spooktacular desserts for the kids or a Halloween party, or ghostly treats for trick or treaters. These crafts are simple, so they are ideal for beginner crafters, kids and people who don't have a lot of time.
Pumpkin coolers are easy and inexpensive to make. I made the pumpkin cooler pictured in the photo on the right for under $4.00.
To make this easy Halloween craft, simply gut out the inside of the pumpkin, line the inside with a plastic bag, fill the bag with ice and then add your beverages. It's super easy to make. Pumpkin coolers make fun party accessories for both children and adult Halloween parties.
Save the seeds from the pumpkin so you can turn them into a tasty Halloween treat. Toasted pumpkin seeds are delicious and nutritious!
Halloween candy bouquets make sweet Halloween gifts and fabulous table centerpieces. These too are easy and inexpensive Halloween crafts. I made the one pictured on the right for about $10. Most of the products can be purchased at the Dollar Store or Walmart.
This is a fun Halloween craft because you can be creative with it. There are so many different ways arrange and decorate them. This craft project doesn't require any craft tools to make, so it's an easy craft project for kids and beginner crafters.
You can use Halloween candy bouquets for gifts, table centerpieces and Halloween decorations. They also make nice door prizes and game prizes for a Halloween party. This would also make a boo-tiful gift for a teacher.
Turn your lollipops into spooktacular Halloween ghosts! This is an easy and fun Halloween project for kids. I make these for trick-or-treaters. They love them!
Halloween wreaths are easy to create, and they make great gifts and festive Halloween decorations for your door and mantel. You can make them spooky and ghoulish or boo-fitul and bewitching. Start with a basic wreath and decorate it with figurines, bows, tulle, creepy crawlers, cobweb or other Halloween decorations. You can even decorate it with Halloween candy. Use a glue gun, tape or pipe cleaners to attach your decorations, whichever one works best for the type of decorations you use.
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Cute, easy and inexpensive Halloween craft.
Frozen Banana Ghosts
Not only is this an easy Halloween craft but it's a yummy one too. These frozen banana ghosts are delicious Halloween treats, and a creative way to get your kids to eat bananas. All you need to make this Halloween treat are bananas, white chocolate chips, Popsicle sticks and raisins or M&M's for the ghost's eyes. Banana ghosts make nice Halloween treats, after school snacks and Halloween party desserts.