5 Fun and Easy Halloween Craft Ideas for Kids

A. 5 Fun and Easy Halloween Craft Ideas for Kids

If you’re looking for creative inspiration and fun things to do with your kids on Halloween this year, you’ve come to the right place! All you need is a paper bowl, some simple craft supplies and a little creativity to make these fun and easy Halloween craft ideas a reality.

1. Five Easy Halloween Craft Ideas for Kids

With Halloween approaching, what better way to get into the Halloween spirit than to do some fun Halloween crafts with your kids? These cute and easy Halloween paper bowl craft ideas are perfect for any occasion, whether it’s a school party, a game date, or just family fun at home!

a. Necessary Supplies for these Halloween Crafts

  1. Handmade mold made of paper bowl
  2. Paper cups
  3. Acrylic paint
  4. Brush tool
  5. Wide eyes
  6. Cardboard or cardboard
  7. Pink pompom
  8. White crepe paper
  9. Green pipe cleaner
  10. Piercer
  11. Glue dots
  12. Tags
  13. White chalk marker (or white colored pencil)
  14. Scissors
  15. Glue
  16. Stapler

2. How to Make a Handmade Paper Bowl Stick

Hang these cute bats from the ceiling or in a classroom display case for a spooky Halloween decor. They are very easy to make for children of all ages, especially with the help of our handy model.

a. Bat Crafting Instructions

Step 1: Paint the bottom of the paper bowl with black paint. Allow to dry completely.

Step 2: Use our printable template to trace and cut out the bat’s wings, ears, and tusks from black and white cardboard or construction paper.

Step 3: Glue a bag handle to each side of the paper bowl. Then glue the wide eyes and fangs to the paper cup.

Step 4: Finish your Halloween bat art by gluing the ears on top of the paper cup.

3. How do I make a paper bowl ghost craft?

These simple ghosts are the easiest Halloween crafts as they don’t need to be painted. This makes them a perfect Halloween craft for toddlers and preschoolers.

a. Ghost Crafting Instructions

Step 1: Use the printable template to trace and cut out the ghost eyes and mouth using black cardstock or cardstock.

Step 2: Glue eyes and mouth to the back of the paper cup.

Step 3: Cut three strips of white crepe paper about a foot long.

Step 4: Turn your ghost vehicle over and add glue along the bottom edge of the paper bowl. Place the three pieces of crepe paper on the bottom of the paper, on top of the glue, to hold them in place.

4. How to make a jack-o-lantern craft with a paper bowl

We have a simple Jack-o-Lantern face template for this pumpkin craft, but you can also ask kids to create their own unique design to add extra creativity to the craft. The different pumpkin faces will make a great Halloween bulletin board ad at school.

a. Instructions for Making Jack-o-Lantern Crafts

Step 1: Paint the bottom of the paper bowl with orange paint. Allow to dry completely.

Step 2: Use our printable template to cut and cut the Jack-o-Lantern face pieces out of black construction paper or cardboard. Glue eyes, nose and mouth to the back of the painted bowl.

Step 3: Cut a rectangular pumpkin stem from brown cardstock or construction paper and glue it on top of the pumpkin.

Step 4: Wrap a green pipe cleaner around your finger to create a curly pumpkin vine. Punch a hole near the pumpkin stem with an awl. Place the end of the curly green pipe cleaner into the hole and wrap it around itself to secure it in place.

5. How to Make a Black Cat Craft Paper Bowl

Jumping out of the paper cup gives this black cat a fun 3D effect. These simple arts can be done any time of year by changing the cat’s color to grey, orange or white.

a. Instructions for making Black Cat Craft

Step 1: Paint the bottom of the paper bowl with black paint. Allow to dry completely.

Step 2: Use our printable template to trace and cut out the cat’s eyes and ears out of cardboard or cardboard.

Step 3: Using a black marker, slit the center of the cat’s eyes. Glue the cat’s ears and eyes to the paper bowl.

Step 4: Cut white strips of paper to make the cat’s whiskers. Add glue to the center of the paper bowl and glue the whiskers in place. Then glue a pink pompom nose to the center of the whiskers.

Step 5: Finish your black cat art by drawing a mouth on your cat with a white chalk marker or colored pencil.

6. How to Make Witchcraft with a Paper Bowl

This funny paper bowl witch might be my favorite! Children will love to get creative by adding sparse and orange hair to a witch’s pointy nose. Try curling your hair or wrapping the strands around a pencil for extra texture and dimension.

a. Instructions for Witchcraft

Step 1: Paint the bottom of the paper bowl with green paint. Set aside to allow ink to dry completely.

Step 2: Use our printable template to trace and cut out the witch hat pieces out of black cardstock. Put the two hat pieces together and use a stapler to secure them to the top of the paper cup.

Step 3: Cut several strips of orange cardboard for witch hair. On each side of the paper cup, add a generous amount of glue stick and glue onto the orange hair strands.

Step 4: Cut smaller strips of orange cardstock and glue them to the top of the paper tray to make the fringe. Use a glue stick to glue the pony’s bottom to the paper cup.

Step 5: Glue googly eyes on your sorcery. Next, cut a witch’s pointed nose out of green cardboard. Fold the bottom of the nose down and glue it to the center of the paper cup with a glue stick.

Step 6: Use a red marker to draw a smile on your Halloween witch to finish her craft.

7. More Easy Halloween Craft Ideas for Kids

Get excellent fine motor skills exercises while making this cute yarn-wrapped mummy Halloween craft. Our template makes setup time a breeze! You only need two paper plates to assemble this fun Halloween candy holder. Such a great vessel for a classy Halloween party. These monstrous big-nosed markers will not only keep kids excited to read, they will also be simple and fun Halloween art for kids of all ages. Children will have a lot of fun creating and playing with this playful spider web art! The little spider transforms into a doll and kids can move it around on their paper board spider web for interactive fun.