4 Fun & Easy Halloween Crafts!

With Halloween just around the corner, I was inspired this week to make some fun little Halloween crafts to share with you!

First are these adorable little bats made using toilet paper rolls.


These little guys are super quick to make and are perfect for little hands to get involved in!

To make you will need…

– Toilet Roll – A4 Black Paper – Craft Glue – Two Google Eyes – Silver Metallic Pen – Lead Pencil – Paper Scissors

Next, is a really simple and very easy paper craft: Paper Pumpkins!


They remind me a lot of those paper lantern decorations you’d make in primary school for Christmas, but this time your using the more traditional colour of Halloween – orange!

To make you will need…

– One Large Sheet of Orange Card – A4 Green Paper – Craft Glue – Two Bulldog Clips – Twine/String – Paper Scissors – Stapler

This next one is my favourite. I think it’s a whole lot of fun and is simplistically effective!


The photo used in this Google Eye Photo Frame is of me as a little girl which I altered using PicMonkey, making me look like a scary Vampire girly thing.

To make you will need…

– Plain Photo Frame – Spooky Photo – Black Paint – Glitter Paint (Optional) – Paint Brush – Assorted Sizes of Google Eyes – Hot Glue Gun & Glue

And lastly, I made a Witch Hat Headband! Using simple materials such as felt, cardboard and a party hat, I’m really happy with how this turned out. The idea was in my head and the result is perfect! (Well, near enough!)


To make you will need…

– Party Hat (minus the elastic) – Two A4 Pieces of Black Felt – Pre-made Headband in Black – Black Cardboard – Ribbon and Decorations – Hot Glue Gun and Glue – Craft Glue – Craft and Fabric Scissors – Lead Pencil – A Plate (18cm or 7″ in circumference)

For instructions on how to make all of these crafts, check out the video at the beginning of this post!

Enjoy making…


Happy Halloween Friends!

PS: This is where I found my inspiration for these projects…



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