An Early Christmas Craft – Homemade Wreaths

We know it’s early but maybe you are already looking or some Christmas crafts that you can do with your children. We think that it is the perfect time to sit down and do some crafts since days are short and playing outside is not an option because of the cold weather. So you can in the spirit and start early with a homemade Christmas wreath.

An Early Christmas Craft - Homemade Wreaths

Visit Buggy and Buddy for the full instructions.

Assign each material to a family member and get everyone to their part. It would be a wonderful family bonding time. You can get your construction paper here and single-hole punch here if you don’t have one in your home. And remember to get the whole family to help out.

Single Hole Punch - Violet

Magic Foaming Spiders Halloween Activity

Kids love playing with bubbles or any creamy stuff. Have you seen them play with shaving cream?! Well, you can let them have fun and have a sensory play activity with foam. This would also be a nice little Halloween-themes activity that you can so with your children! It will be so much fun!

Magic Foaming Spiders Halloween Activity

Read more at Fun at Home with Kids.

These foaming spiders look creepy fun, right? You know that trick with your baking soda and vinegar. Add some color and have a good time!

Creepy Halloween Spider

Recycled Golf Ball – Halloween Bat

Not sure what to do with your old golf balls? Maybe you have an avid golfer in your home and you have these extra golf balls. Well, it’s time to take them out from your storage and use them as a decor this Halloween. You have no idea what cute crafts and ideas that can be done to these balls.

Recycled Golf Ball - Halloween Bat

Read the instructions at Craft Klatch.

What’s cool is you can re-use these golf balls for other occasions or events. And don’t forget your googly eyes to make them all look cute.

Practice Golf Balls


Halloween DIY – Creepy Human Skin Bookmarks

Although we have remarkable gadgets that makes information available anywhere and reading a book more readily available, there are still some of us who prefers to read an actual book. Holding it in our hands, smelling that scent of a newly-bought book (or an old one), and flipping through the pages is what makes it more interesting. Now, being old-school reader also means using a bookmark. And since it’s Halloween what more could be fitting than a creepy bookmark?

Halloween DIY - Creepy Human Skin Bookmarks

Learn how it is made at Muslin and Merlot.

With your parchment paper and shopping bags, you can make this craft easily. Even if you don’t want to go to a party, you can still celebrate Halloween in your own way. But if you are having a party, you can use this for décor as well.

Kirkland Parchment Paper