Halloween is almost here and the kids are getting excited about decorating pumpkins. Terri P of MakingFriends.com created this Black Cat with a mini pumpkin. No sharp knives needed.
These mummies are a fun and easy craft for the little ones and will supply lots of creative and fun play time.
Everybody works with the big pumpkins for decorating the front porch. Valerie from MakingFriends.com put on her creative thinking cap and designed this delightful bat from one of the mini … Read More
This cute little spider is a perfect craft for the little ones who are too young to handle the tools for carving pumpkins.
Ideas like this are great to do as a whole family. You could have this centerpiece out during trick or treating or have it be the focal point for your … Read More
All you need to make these Fist Pumpkins is some orange and green paint, a thick paper or cardstock and a very enthusiastic kid who is happy to get paint … Read More
Use cheap craft felt to create this Halloween monster mash-up felt face activity for the kids. The activity is played on a 9×12 piece of felt, which is actually one … Read More
Make a Frankenstein pumpkin this Halloween. You can use this idea to decorate your home for the spooky day. Set this guy out on your front porch or in your … Read More
Take a trip to the beach or your local river and explore the area for some smooth, flat rocks. This outdoor activity is a great way to expend energy and … Read More
What better invitation to a Halloween Party than this scary Pop Up Spider.
You won’t be the only one grinning on Halloween with a T-shirt this crafty! Glitter and glow paint make for the perfect pumpkin, whether you’re wearing it to parties or … Read More
Q-Tips make great bones for this Halloween Skeleton. The kids will have a great time making this project.
We’ve all made the Chinese Lanterns, but here is a fun way to make it into a Halloween Jack-O-Lantern.
Yucky… but funny! Start those eyeballs spinning for lots of Halloween fun.
This Tisssue Paper Pumpkin craft is fun for kids of all ages. It can be as intricate or simple as the ability of its creator. Use our pattern or let the kids make up … Read More
This is a great project for beginning sewers. Kids will have fun turning ordinary black pillows into creative Holiday decorations with crystal buttons and just two strands of floss.