Transform your home into a haunted house with these spooky projects your little ones will love. Want more Halloween crafts? We have over 50 kid-friendly ideas!
Plus: 40 ways to decorate with pumpkins!
1. Cheesecloth Ghosts
These spirited fellows are a cinch to make once you've set up a workstation.
Complete how-to: Cheesecloth Ghosts
2. Bug Soaps
Literal "creature comforts," these sink-side spectacles require soap molds, extra-clear soap base, and plastic bug toys.
Complete how-to: Bug Soaps
3. Batty Sock Puppet
Make this sock puppet with a batty personality in just three easy steps.
Complete how-to: Batty Sock Puppet
4. Spooky Paper Cutouts
The classic schoolgirl pastime graduates from cute craft to gothic decor with our templates for spiders, bones, and skulls.
Complete how-to: Spooky Paper Cutouts
5. Jack-o'-Lanterns in a Jiffy
Turn orange tissue-paper balls into proper Halloween pumpkins. Simply cut facial features and stems from construction paper and apply to the balls with glue dots.
Complete how-to: Jack-o'-Lanterns in a Jiffy
6. Tissue Paper Ghosts
To call forth this gathering, use glue dots to stick construction-paper eyes and mouths onto white tissue-paper wedding bells, then drape them with cheesecloth.
Complete how-to: Tissue Paper Ghosts
7. Gravestone Lollipops
To make these clever covers for candy suckers, download a tombstone image and follow a few easy steps.
Complete how-to: Gravestone Lollipops
More Halloween ideas from CountryLiving.com:
Spooky Halloween Decorating Tips
Homemade Kids Costumes
Bird-Themed Halloween Crafts
Halloween Treats that Aren't Candy
Halloween Table Decorations
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