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Halloween is right around the corner and what better way to celebrate than to create some of these tasty and fun Halloween DIY crafts and recipes. The great thing about Halloween crafts and recipes is you can make it as spooky as you want. Now there are lots of crafts that you can do throughout the month leading up to Halloween but I rounded up an array that are perfect for the whole family.
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These Halloween Cake Popsicles, aka Halloween cakesicles are a combination of a cake pop and a popsicle! Need cakesicle filling ideas and cakesicle flavors to make a scary mummy, pumpkin, Frankenstein, ghoul or goblin? Aubrey’s Kitchen has you covered!
These easy sugar skulls are an awesome dollar store craft that will really make your Halloween decor pop this year. And even better, you don’t have to be an amazing artist for painting sugar skulls. Simple patterns including swirls, dots, and flowers are all that is needed to create this eye-catching design!
Don’t throw away those finished rolls of toilet paper upcycle them into these cute bat candy tubes. If you collect enough of them you’ll be able to hand them out to trick or treaters or your child’s classmates.
Halloween potion bottles are a great Halloween or Harry Potter party decoration. Print up these free, printable Halloween potion bottle labels, stick them on some jars and fill and you’ll have a fabulous, spooky, EASY Halloween display.
This easy-sew candy corn tote is a great way to add a personal element to your kiddos Halloween costume or candy bag. This DIY is so easy they can help with its creation.
Spooky books call for silly spooky bookmarks. The monster Halloween bookmarks craft by Fun Learning Life is really easy to put together and the kiddos will love creating colorful creatures.
I like how this activity combines gardening and Halloween craft, which is simple for kids to make and personalize in their own creative way.
Pumpkin Bath Bombs by Steam Powered Family
Tweens and Teens can do this project themselves with minimal help, but younger kids will still love getting in on the Halloween decorating action with help from an adult.
They’re a cute way to add a simple paper decoration to your Halloween and fall decor. No special skills are needed plus they’re super fun to make for both adults and kids.
Make a scary or a not-so-scary Halloween banner out of felt with this easy sewing project. This craft also comes with a free template to download and step-by-step instructions with photos.
These 15-minute Halloween treat jars would be a great decor addition for all of your Halloween parties and make great gifts for friends, teachers, and neighbors, too!
These adorable egg carton Halloween crafts are so fun and easy to make! With just one egg carton, they’ll show you how to make four Jack o lanterns, two ghosts, and four spiders with this great eco-friendly craft.
This easy-to-make Pumpkin Face Shadow Box can be made in 30 minutes or less and can easily be changed out for each season.
Skeleton Halloween Hair Clips are a fun Halloween craft that you can easily create with just a few affordable materials! Great way to style your Halloween hair or makes a cool party favor.
It’s finally close to Halloween which means Kitchen-By-The-Sea is doubling down on Halloween-themed treats. There are so many fun things you can do this time of year, but one of their favorites is decorating Rice Krispies Treats.
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