Haunted House Crafts Perfect for Halloween

Haunted House Crafts Perfect for HalloweenHalloween is coming up quickly. After all, it is at the end of this month. When you think of Halloween what do you think of? Probably bats, jack-o-lanterns and witches. But, don’t forget the place they all live. That’s right…. I’m talking about a Haunted House. There is not much scarier than a Haunted House. So, with that being said I am dedicating today’s craft to Haunted Houses. I scoured the internet looking for an assortment of different kinds of Haunted House crafts perfect for Halloween. With all 16 of these Haunted House crafts I have listed here you are sure to find one you will love. So, without further ado….

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How to Make Bunny Rabbit Treat Bags for Easter

How to Make Bunny Rabbit Treat Bags for EasterInstead of using an Easter Basket to give out Easter treats to people, have you thought of using a Treat Bag? Today I’m going to show you how to make a Bunny Rabbit Treat Bag for Easter. These are great if you have a bunch of people to hand out candy to. Instead of buying an Easter Basket for everyone…. why not just make these cute Bunny Rabbit Treat Bags. They are super easy and a ton of fun…. plus they are super cute. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.

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How to Make a Paper Bag Bunny Puppet

How to Make a Paper Bag Bunny PuppetI have a fun and creative craft for you today. I am going to show you how to take a paper bag and make it into a bunny puppet. Sounds like fun, right? It really is. And, the timing of it couldn’t be any more perfect. After all, Easter is in just a few weeks. Made with string or yarn the arms and legs of the puppet actually move. When you aren’t using it as a puppet hang the Paper Bag Bunny up as an Easter decoration. People are sure to love it when they see it. So, let’s get started.

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How to Make a George Washington Wig for President’s Day

How to Make a George Washington WigLately I have been showing you some crafts to do for President’s Day. Well, I’m going to continue with the President’s Day crafting fun by showing you how to make a George Washington Wig. Made from cotton balls and a large paper shopping bag…. this craft turns out awesome. Plus, the craft is a lot of fun…. almost as much fun as the child will have running around wearing the George Washington Wig he/she just made. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started with this crafting fun.

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Mask Making Fun – How to Make 3 Different Style Masks

How to Make 3 Different Style MasksEveryone knows that Masks are a perfect craft for Halloween. But, if your kids are anything like my two littlest ones…. Masks are fun ANY time of year. My children LOVE masks… love them!! So, today I’m going to show you how to make three different style masks….. make your favorite or make all three. Plenty of mask making fun.

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How to Make a Skull Flashlight Cover

How to Make a Skull Flashlight CoverToday I’m going to show you how to make a Skull Flashlight Cover. This Flashlight Cover is very spooky… perfect for carrying around this Halloween season. It’s a simple craft made from a flashlight and paper bag. But, don’t let its simplicity fool you…. the outcome is a flashlight cover worthy of being carried around during Trick or Treat for all to see.

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How to Make a Scarecrow Flashlight Cover

How to Make a Scarecrow Flashlight CoverI have yet another Flashlight Cover craft to show you how to make. It’s a Scarecrow Flashlight Cover and it is a cute one!! This Scarecrow Flashlight will be perfect to carry around on Halloween while trick or treating so that cars will know you are there in the dark. No child should be walking around in the dark without some sort of lit item….. so this flashlight cover craft is perfect.

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How to Make a Jack-o-Lantern Flashlight Cover

How to Make a Pumpkin Flashlight CoverToday I’m going to show you how to make a Pumpkin flashlight cover to carry on Halloween for trick or treating. Whether your costume is scary, cute or funny this is the perfect lighted object to carry on Halloween. And, then you can safely walk around the neighborhood on Halloween no matter how dark it gets.

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How to Make a “Boo” Ghost Flashlight Cover

How to Make a "Boo" Ghost Flashlight CoverIt’s important for children to carry some sort of lighted object when trick or treating on Halloween. But, more often than not all the kids are wearing or carrying the same lighted object as everybody else. That’s no fun. How about making one of your very own that no one else will be carrying. In this post I will show to how to make a “Boo” Ghost Flashlight Cover for an everyday flashlight that you have at home. Now, THAT’S creative!!

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How to Make a Frankenstein Flashlight Cover

How to Make a Frankenstein Flashlight CoverTrick or Treat is right around the corner. The kids are super excited about it and just can’t wait to get out at night and celebrate Halloween with tons of Trick or Treating. But, before the kids step out the door make sure they have a flashlight in hand to help them not only see, but be seen by cars. Today I will show you how to make your very own Frankenstein Flashlight Cover perfect for this Halloween.

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How to Make a Brown Bag Scarecrow Decoration

How to Make a Brown Bag Scarecrow DecorationScarecrows are a great fall character. You see them in fall all around corn fields to protect the corn from crows. Well, what fall holiday do the kids love more than any other??? Halloween, of course. Here I will show you how to make a brown bag Scarecrow decoration perfect to display this Halloween season…. and why not even the entire fall season!!

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How To Make A Potato Face Leprechaun Preschool Crafts Activity for St. Patricks Day

How To Make A Potato Face Leprechaun Preschool Crafts Activity for St. Patricks DaySt. Patrick’s Day must have Leprechauns and this one is sure to make everyone smile. This is a Mr. Potato Head Leprechaun craft for Saint Patrick’s Day. This one is great for younger kids such as Kindergartners, Preschoolers, and First Graders.

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