My mom and sister both got the “crafty” genes in my family and somehow, they passed me right by… I’m capable of completing some projects, but I have to be inspired by others and I never very basic instructions!
As I was browsing the blogosphere to come up with some fun Halloween crafts to do with my kids this month, here are a few that I came across:
Halloween candy bouquet: My friend Martha told me that she was going to make a Halloween candy bouquet like they have in the stores…I started searching and came across these step by step instructions and I just might have to try this one, too! If you want to try it yourself, you can find the instructions here at Incredible Edible Crafts.
Marshmallow Frankenstein pops: These caught my eye right away and they are so cute! Plus, they are easy to make and this is definitely a project my kids can help with. Can’t wait to make them and share them! To find out how to make your own, check out this post at Craft-o-maniac!
Creepy Crawly Candy Containers: Want a fun way to store your Halloween candy? Make a Creepy Crawly Candy Container. This project is also “kid friendly” I can’t way to get started. You can find out how to make your own in this post here on Shenanigans. Don’t forget to take advantage of the sale on Brachs Halloween candy to fill up your jar!
Candy Corn People: I saw this on Babies and Bargains and thought it was so cute! Plus, it’s kid friendly (with a little adult supervision) and budget friendly, too! To find out how to make your own Candy Corn People, check out this post on Babies and Bargains.
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