Since the twins are getting a bit older and have started to enjoy art, creating and helping mom cook, I thought I would gather some really cute kid friendly Halloween crafts and recipes that we can do together as a family. While I was on the hunt for some easy crafts and recipes they could help make I found some really awesome tutorials and recipes that I wanted to share with all of you as well!
If you have some fun kid friendly crafts and recipes you’d like to share, feel free to include it in our All Things Halloween link up!
7 Kid Friendly Halloween Crafts & Recipes
These easy creative beware bottles make Halloween decorating fun. Check out the tutorial over at Savers to see just how easy these DIY bottles are.
Eek Button Pumpkin
I Love To Create has come up with some very fun Halloween Crafts and this Eeek Button Pumpkin is an easy craft that the kids can help make.
Easy Candy Corn Hat
This candy corn hat craft from Celebrations is one of my favorites because the kids are very excited to try this one, it is also a great craft for toddlers and young children because it helps improve hand and eye coordination while strengthening fine motor skills and writing skills.
PEEPS Fun Fall Fruit Cups
We found some super cute Halloween Peep Recipes that include PEEPS in our search which included a few simple ones that kids can easily help create and enjoy!
Paper Plate Ghost
This is a quick and easy Halloween craft from Elmer’s that can easily be dressed up with odds and ends you have laying around the house.
I love this idea! The Moody Mama shows you how to create these cute little Ghost Feet that children can participate in.
Since our daughter loves to draw, color and use markers instead of pencils she will love making these Sharpie Pumpkins that The Happy Housie shows us how to do.
More Halloween Craft Tips
If you want an extra-special decoration this Halloween, craft some mini pumpkins with your children. Gather some acorns or conkers whilst on a walk with your children and paint them orange, then let your children draw spooky faces on them using a thick black marker or black paint. Leave them to dry, then dot them around your house. Spooky decorations at a bargain price. Wesley McDermott from Haunted Rooms