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3 Easy Halloween Crafts For Kids (For Parents Who Don’t Like Crafting!)

Looking for quick and easy Halloween crafts for kids that you can manage to make? You’ll love these!

It’s that time of year again and everywhere you look, families are creating epic Halloween Crafts.

I just don’t have the “crafting with kids gene”. This year though, I thought I’d make an effort and have made 3 quick and easy Halloween crafts for my kids. They actually love them!! We’ve had a bash at creating them together too.

I didn’t realise how many quick Halloween crafts I could make out of so few items.

3 Quick Halloween Crafts For Kids

For these three, you will need:

  • Black and Orange Card
  • Black, Orange and White (but ideally Green) Pipe Cleaners
  • Sticky Tape
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Googly Eyes
  • I think that’s it!

Here are my 3 quick and easy Halloween crafts – with a handy video tutorial for each!

Halloween Paper Pumpkin

Click here to watch how to make this!

Halloween Paper Pumpkin Craft
Halloween Paper Pumpkin Craft!

Halloween Pipe Cleaner Spider

Click here to watch how to make these!

Halloween Paper Pumpkin Craft - Love from Mim
Halloween Paper Pumpkin Craft!

Halloween Toilet Roll Bat

Click here to watch how to make these!

Halloween Toilet Roll Bat - Love from Mim
Halloween Toilet Roll Bat!

Read next:

I love this post from Flick at The Baby Vine about how to create a DIY Sensory Board – would you little one love it?

Or how about these Easy Halloween Face Painting ideas?

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I hope you liked my 3 Easy Halloween Crafts For Kids. Let me know if you recreated them!

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1 Comment

  1. Kylie T
    / 4:59 pm

    Thank you for sharing; we had lots of fun re-creating them and the simplicity was just great!

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