Halloween Wreath Crafts for Kids
Decorating your home with a spooky Halloween wreath doesn’t have to mean buying expensive holiday decor. Get crafty with your family and create your own spooky version instead! Not only will you get a creepy cool holiday decoration from this activity, but the kids can flex their artistic muscles and enjoy the craft-making experience. If you’e not sure where to start, check out these easy-to-make Halloween wreaths.
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Craft a wreath that’s covered in ghoulishly ghastly eyeballs. Start with a cardboard base. Cut the board into a doughnut shape and paint it black and orange (Halloween colors). Glue googley eyes onto the wreath or make your own. To make 3D eyeballs, roll pieces of white modeling clay into spheres and paint them. Glue these to the wreath for an eerie effect.
Start with a cardboard base, painting it a ghastly green color. Make small-sized ghosts with white tissue paper. Cut the tissue into squares. Place a rolled up piece of tissue inside (in the center). Fold the tissue square around the rolled up piece and secure it with a piece of yarn. Glue the ghosts the cardboard.
Again, start with a cardboard base. Paint the base orange and let it dry. Glue black and green craft foam letters that spell “Happy Halloween” to the cardboard. Cover the board and letters with a thin layer of clear-drying school glue. Your child can paint the glue over the wreath. Sprinkle the entire wreath with glitter.
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