Yarn Ghost Craft For Cute Halloween Decor, Easy How To Guide

Halloween is definitely my favorite holiday. I love all the cute Halloween decor, the creativity in the air, and the fact that winter holidays are just around the corner. One of my favorite things to do during the Halloween season is to craft and DIY. This year I made this yarn ghost craft for the first time and loved it so much I couldn't stop. It looked great as a garland but even better within my existing home decor. * This post includes Affiliate Links. Yarn Ghost Craft Materials: White yarnGoogly eyesRibbonScissorsGlue (tacky glue or hot glue gun)Small hardcover book (optional)White…

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Q Tip Skeleton Craft As Fun Halloween Art Or Cute X-ray Craft

Both my kiddos really enjoyed a lovely morning of making their very own q tip skeleton crafts. This craft is very easy for toddlers as well as big kids of all ages. This q tip craft always comes out so beautiful and is totally adaptable! We did this activity as one of our Halloween crafts this year but it's also perfect for any x-ray themed learning activity. Check out this post for more ideas on how to celebrate Halloween all month long. * This post includes Affiliate Links. Materials Black Construction Paper ScissorsSchool GlueQ-tipsOptional: white crayon, pencil, or chalkMom hack: bowl…

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How To Make Super Fun Halloween Toilet Paper Roll Crafts For Kids

This mama loves Halloween and making crafts out of toilet paper rolls so, of course, I had to combine both. Making Halloween-themed toilet paper roll crafts is totally the way to go every year at any age! Check out this post for more ideas on how to celebrate Halloween all month long. * This post includes Affiliate Links. Halloween Toilet Paper Roll Crafts For All Ages & Abilities You don't have to be a pro crafter or have strong scissor skills to do these crafts. There's a lot little that kiddos can do to make a Halloween-themed craft with toilet paper…

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Exciting Ways To Celebrate Halloween At Home This Year

This pandemic really has had everyone on their toes and parents have been trying to be extra creative when planning special events. We'd hoped social distancing measures wouldn't be necessary so many months later but here we are, planning to celebrate Halloween at home. Even though none of us really wanted so many things canceled, it doesn't mean everything has to be eliminated. Sure, most of us won't be trick or treating from door to door like we used to or gathering for epic Halloween parties with our friends, but we're getting super creative with our socially distant Halloween alternatives.…

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