Halloween, the time when everyone is excited, but the kids go berserk because they have so much to see, wear, and have fun with. Everything about Halloween is terribly exciting, from decorating to making costumes. Halloween Décor is amazing to do because there are so many ideas you can use to make loads of inexpensive, brilliant décor out of craft supplies, or regular household items.
As much as kids love the Halloween Décor, if they feel like they’re part of it; they will be even more delighted and absolutely thrilled to partake in the festivities. It’s a great opportunity for them to unleash their creative skills and learn how to make wonderful DIYs with various materials. Below are 29 Kid-Friendly Halloween DIY Projects that are Inexpensive and Super Easy for children of all ages to help you with. Make one or more of these amazing Halloween DIY ideas and spend time laughing and playing with your kids.
- 29 Kid-Friendly Halloween DIY Projects that are Inexpensive and Super Easy
- No-Carve Pumpkins
- Hanging Foam Bats
- 7-layer Halloween Dip
- Paper Plate Spiders
- Wooden Halloween Décor
- Jack o’ Lantern Candlesticks
- Halloween Setting
- Ghost Necklace
- Paper Bag Monster Puppets
- Candy Dispensers
- Floating Witch’s Hat Luminaries
- Floating Ghost
- Pumpkin Art Project
- Silhouette Lamp Shade
- Wine Glass Candle Holders
- Mummy Candy Cans
- Cat Face Garland
- Milk and Cupcakes
- Glitter Pumpkins
- Googly Eye Photographs
- Lollipop Ghosts
- Halloween Wreaths
- Black Cat o’ Lanterns
- Eyeballs in a Tree
- Plastic Lid Monsters
- Rag Doll Halloween Costume
- Halloween Wind Chimes
- Google Eye Mason Jars
- Final Thought
29 Kid-Friendly Halloween DIY Projects that are Inexpensive and Super Easy
Instead of spending hours carving out pumpkins, use pompoms with your kids to stick them on and make funny faces.
Hanging Foam Bats
These cute little hanging foam bats will give your kids quite the scare and are super easy to make with cheap foam. They also resist weather like a pro.
7-layer Halloween Dip
Watch the kids go crazy as you unleash this cute dip that will be an excellent accompaniment for your Halloween Party.
Paper Plate Spiders
These paper plate spiders with their googly eyes will be ready in a jiffy and will be a favourite with the kids as they watch them hang around with the rest of the Halloween décor.
Wooden Halloween Décor
Make all your kids’ favourite Halloween characters on wooden blocks and let them accompany you in the celebrations.
Jack o’ Lantern Candlesticks
These Jack o’ Lanterns make great candle stands and will blend in with the rest of your Halloween décor. Kids will love it and adults will adore it.
Make this Halloween themed place setting for your party and watch the kids gape in awe and wonder as they admire your work.
This Ghost Necklace makes the perfect accompaniment for your kids’ Halloween costume while they go trick or treating.
Paper Bag Monster Puppets
Turn paper bags into these cute little monsters that your kids will adore beyond all measure.
Bring this friendly Dracula and his pet cat to life on candy dispensers that you can place around the house or use for handing out sweet treats to your kids.
Floating Witch’s Hat Luminaries
Imagine your entire front porch lit up with these spooky beauties. Your kids will love these tiny witch’s hats dangling all over. The hats are pretty easy to make and you only need to hang them with some fishing line.
Celebrate Halloween in the company of this spooky floating ghost who your kids will love. This ghost is easy to make using cheesecloth.
Pumpkin Art Project
Get creative with your kids and make this Pumpkin Art Project for Halloween. You will need paints, stamps, scissors, and glue to make this simple and fascinating work of art.
Silhouette Lamp Shade
Turn your ordinary lamp into this Halloween bat silhouette lamp which is one of the easiest and cheapest Halloween décor you can ever make.
Wine Glass Candle Holders
Make these cute little candle holders with cheap wine glasses and spray paint to transform them into kid-friendly Halloween characters.
Mummy Candy Cans
Take empty tin cans and turn them into mummies using cheesecloth and googly eyes to hold Halloween candy treats.
Cat Face Garland
Kids will love this string of cute cat faces peeking out at them with yellow eyes. Make this cat face garland using black card stock.
Milk and Cupcakes
Dress the milk jug as a ghost and accompany it with a ghost cupcake and pack them for lunch. Your kids will admire your marvellous creation and gladly devour them.
Add some glitter to your Halloween décor with these shiny pumpkins and place them on tables for the kids to fall in love with.
Googly Eye Photographs
Remind your kids of all the Halloween characters by framing their photographs and replacing the eyes with googly eyes.
Hand out lollipops dressed as little ghosts by wrapping them in tissue and tying them with some colourful ribbon.
Make these Halloween Wreaths using googly eyes and ribbons on cardboard that kids can help you with.
Black Cat o’ Lanterns
Be innovative while carving pumpkins and make these black cat o’ lanterns with your kids. Place them in your front porch or anywhere that looks like it needs an eerie glow to it.
Eyeballs in a Tree
This is probably the easiest and scariest Halloween project you can make with your kids. Watch them cheer you on as you climb up a large tree in your backyard and meticulously place large googly eyes to make it look like its watching your every move.
Turn mason jars upside down and build this Halloween terrarium with your kids using Halloween décor, twigs, and moss.
Plastic Lid Monsters
Make these incredibly cute lid monsters with your kids using water and juice lids, googly eyes, and construction paper.
Rag Doll Halloween Costume
Dress your kids as raggedy Ann dolls. They will love it and will be excited to show it off during trick o’ treating.
Halloween Wind Chimes
These Halloween Frankenchimes will be a favourite with the kids and should be definitely incorporated in your Halloween décor.
Google Eye Mason Jars
This Halloween Project is simple and brilliant for making the best use of mason jars. Draw or stick googly eyes all over black painted mason jars and keep them as pen holders on your kids’ table or as flower pots.
So, there you have it! 29 Kid-Friendly Halloween DIY Projects to rope your kids into some exciting, and fun-filled DIY sessions for Halloween.