Is there another holiday that’s a better match for craftsters young and old than Halloween? We think not. Sure, Christmas, Easter & Valentine’s Day all call for their share of craft projects, but nothing compares to Halloween when it comes to unleashing your inner creativity and letting your imagination run wild. It’s not just for young children either, parents can have fun hosting Halloween parties and helping to create a ghoulish experience your children will never forget. From now until Halloween, Kid Craft Project will be sharing Halloween craft ideas, tutorials, Halloween themed party tips & recipes, and Halloween decoration ideas with you. We hope you’ll enjoy our Ultimate Halloween Crafts and DIY Guide and use it as inspiration to jumpstart your own Halloween kids crafts tradition!
Before we get started, you should know that most of these projects are suitable for kids. As always, supervision is recommended whenever scissors or other sharp tools are involved.
Part 1 of the Ultimate Halloween Crafts and DIY Guide – Interior Decoration
Halloween is the first major holiday for the autumn season, and what a great opportunity it is to mark the change of seasons. We love a pop of bright orange in our house around this time of the year. Here are a few of our favorite ways to create Halloween-themed interior decoration.
We love this Halloween entry hall from Country Living. If you can’t paint your wall bright orange, just work the orange color into your decorations.
For something low on the difficulty level and high on the dramatic effect, how about letting the bats take over your dining room, as Dana-Did-It with hers.
If you’re short on time, just adding a print like this on your wall will set the tone for Halloween. (via Craftsandsutch) <– Click on the link to download the print.
Here’s another Halloween word art print – also comes in white and black versions. Click here to download from All Things Simple.
These pumpkin vampires are more cute than scary, but make a fun Halloween craft project just the same! (via Martha Stewart)
A Halloween bunting flag can serve as a focal point in your Halloween decorations. Here’s an easy one from Craftzine.
Hopefully these photos are inspiring you to make something spooky with your little ones and get your house ready for Halloween! We’d love to hear your ideas too! Tell us what you’re doing for Halloween this year in the comments.