Add fun Halloween flair to your kitchen with our easy skeleton magnet. To make, simply download our free skeleton pattern onto white paper; cut out. Glue the bones onto black cardstock and trim as shown. Self-adhesive magnet strips finish the Halloween craft.
Our too-cute friendly monster adds shrieks and eeks to your Halloween decorations. To make, simply download the free pattern, cut out from pretty paper, and tape to the inside of a glass-paned door.
A stack of old books, a roll of tape, and a pair of scissors are all you'll need to make this spooky Halloween centerpiece. Simply cut two basic ghost shapes from pages in the middle of a book, leaving the bottoms attached. Hold the ghosts up with a touch of tape, and use a marker to make eyes for each ghost.
Halloween Crafts Tip: Find basic ghost shapes easily by searching for free clip art online and using as a pattern.
A feathered orange boa and faux crow draw attention to this clever Halloween wreath that takes just minutes to make.
Carving pumpkins is always a great Halloween activity, but for a craft that will last all season, try our colorful paper pumpkins instead. Cut 1-inch strips of construction paper, form the strips into a circle as shown, and attach using a brad at both the top and the bottom. Embellish as desired, and you're done!
A hoard of creepy, crawly bugs are sure to spook any trick-or-treaters at your front door. To make, simply hot-glue plastic insects to the front and sides of a 12-inch wreath form. Tie with a ribbon to hang.
For a DIY Halloween craft the kids will love, try our simple, spider-decked luminarias. Decorate white paper lunch bags with hand-drawn spiders, phrases, or borders. Fill the bottoms of the bags with rocks from your yard, and place them on stairs or along a walkway. Add a votive candle to each bag -- be sure to place it in between the rocks for stability.
Halloween Crafts Tip: For just a few extra dollars, use battery-operated votive candles in the place of the real thing for safety.
Add a batty friend to your Halloween decor for a glimpse into your nocturnal ways. A poster board bat makes the perfect addition to your spooky decorations.
Halloween doesn't have to be all spooky-scary! Our adorable (and kid-friendly!) pennant-style paper is a great option for Halloween decorating. Simply download the patterns, print, trim, and add to a length of ribbon.
Give the impression of a sinister gathering in your home with a witch silhouette in your front window. To make, simply download our free pattern, enlarge to desired size, and trace onto heavy black crafts paper; cut out. Adhere to window using double-stick tape.
A skittering spider and web transform your front door into a haunting Halloween decoration. Start with three long strips of black crafts tape, creating an off-center X shape with two and cutting across the middle of the X with the third (your window should be divided into six sections). Starting at the center, add shorter tape strips to create the web shape.
Basic dollar store candles and a pencil are all you need to create this Halloween craft. Simply use the pencil to draw a spiderweb design into each pillar candle. Once you've completed your design, pour a little bit of rubbing alcohol onto a paper towel and dab the excess wax off the candle surface.
Halloween decorations don't have to be for only the experienced crafters! Let our adorable "boo" ghost welcome guests into your home. Trace a ghost shape onto white cardstock; cut out. Cut a hole in the center for a doorknob, and add eyes and a message with black marker.
Editor's Tip: To keep the ghost from getting stuck in the door, adhere the ghost to the door with a small piece of tape.
Fill your home with a colony of flying paper bats. Print bats in various sizes onto black construction paper; cut out. Painter's tape easily adheres the bats to your wall without any damage.