10 Non-Scary Ways to Craft with Kids for Halloween
October 7th, 2013 posted by Sherri Osborn
Some people look forward to Halloween because they like being scared. They enjoy the thought of ghosts, ghouls, and other things that might go bump in the night. Many looked forward to all of the frights this holiday glorifies.
Others enjoy the holiday but not all of the frightful things that may go with it. This is especially true when it come to kids. For those kids, and maybe some adults, these not-so-scary Halloween craft projects will be a fun way to celebrate.
1 – Pumpkins on a Fence @ The Kid’s Fun Review
Use your imagination, some popsicle sticks, and some paper to make an amazing Halloween scene.
2 – Paper Plate Black Cat @ Crafts by Amanda
This sweet, black cat certainly won’t scare a soul – unless you want him to!
3 – Button and Ribbon Pumpkins @ Toddler Approved
Have fun decorating paper pumpkins using colorful craft supplies.
4 – Candy Corn Necklace Craft @ TippyToe Crafts
This fun candy corn craft is made by painting a paper plate and cutting it into eighths.
5 – Counting Down to Halloween @ Make and Takes
All you need to make this fun countdown craft is paper, some tape, and some glue.
6 – Colored & Glittered Pasta Pumpkins @ Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas
Learn how to color noodles and then use them to create this sparkling pumpkin.
7 – Pumpkin Pie Playdough @ Tinker Lab
You just might have everything you need to make this sweet play dough in your kitchen.
8 – Halloween Bean Mosaic @ Crack of Dawn Crafts
Use cardboard shapes as the base for this project and a variety of beans to create the characters.
9 – Sticky Paper Scarecrows @ Teach Preschool
It is easy to build a scarecrow when you make it on clear Con-Tact paper.
10 – Pumpkin Seeds Pumpkin Craft @ Free Kids Crafts
Make a fun pumpkin picture using little more than glue and pumpkin seeds.
Not everything related to Halloween has to be scary. Hopefully several of these non-scary Halloween crafts will appeal to your kids. If you want to explore more family fun, check out these 15 Fall Activities Your Kids Will Love.