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DIY Halloween Donut Hole Ghosts from Say Yes To Hoboken. - Photo by permission of Say Yes To Hoboken
Check out these blogs to make your own spooky-themed crafts!
1. Spooky Halloween Treat Bags at Craftaholics Anonymous
Turn colourful cardstock into a googly-eyed bat, pumpkin and Frankenstein himself. Pack a bag of candies separately and secure with washi tape.
2. Quirky Halloween Puppets at Mermag
If you’re spending Halloween at home with the kids, why not make them some strange, but cute, puppets to get them fairly acquainted with the spooky atmosphere? Do it the traditional papier mache way with a small balloon and strips of newspaper.
3. Last minute DIY Halloween Costumes at Rethink Simple
DIY costumes always trump store-bought ones. Since there’s not much time left, why not try some simple yet amazing ideas, like a life-size paperdoll, unicorn, sharkman or the fun Mario and Luigi.
4. Halloween Potato Stamping, Donut Hole Ghosts and Mirror Decals at Say Yes to Hoboken
To get your younger kids in the mood for Halloween, have them participate in a potato stamping activity and make Halloween invite cards for their friends in the neighbourhood. Make donut hole ghosts to serve and cover your mirrors with spooky decals for fun.
5. Mini Ghost Pinatas and Photo Booth Strip Costume at Oh Happy Day
Kids love piñatas, and there’s never a better time to introduce one than during All Hallow’s Eve. If you’re still looking for more quirky costume ideas, check out this super-creative photo booth strip costume idea.
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