Munchkins and Mayhem

Munchkins & Mayhem

A Kids Crafts Blog

Monday, October 20, 2014

Pumpkin Garland


Pumpkins are cut out of a folded orange piece of construction paper and then given faces with mama smiles to create mini Halloween garlands to hang around the house.

Good for ages 5 and up.

Get the instructions here:
http://www.mamasmiles.com/pumpkin-jack-o-lantern-chains-halloween-fun-and-emotional-intelligence/

Water Bottle Mummies


Water bottles get spooky thanks to fave crafts and their gauze bandage mummification and googly eyes.

Good for ages 3 and up.

Get the instructions here:
http://www.favecrafts.com/Halloween-Crafts/Mummy-fied-Waterbottles


Halloween Paper Dolls


A skeleton boy and girl get dressed up for Halloween with peonies and poppy seeds' free printable.

Good for ages 4 and up.

Get the template here:
http://peoniesandpoppyseeds.com/2012/10/skeleton-paper-dolls-printable/

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Sponge Print Ghosts


A sponge cut to look like a ghost makes a super fun Halloween craft for the preschool set.  Family education has the kids dip the sponge in white paint and then start stamping black construction paper.  She then adds googly eyes to make them look more ghostly. 

Good for ages 2 and up.

Get the instructions here:
http://blogs.familyeducation.com/parenting/moms/allison-mcdonald/ghost-week-day-3

Coffee Filter Jack O'Lanterns


A paper cut out jack o'lantern is dressed up by pasting a colored coffee filter behind it.  Kids color the filter with markers and then the filter is spray painted with water to spread the color throughout the filter.  Visit kids activities blog for all of the details.

Good for ages 1 and up.

Get the instructions here:
http://kidsactivitiesblog.com/47751/halloween-art-project

Bat Silhouettes


Kids can make a bat silhouette by painting black construction paper with a bat taped to the paper.  After the paint has dried simply remove the taped on bat to make these vampire bats for Halloween.

Good for ages 1 and up.

Get the instructions here:
http://www.artsonia.com/museum/art.asp?id=6649123&exhibit=226952&gallery=y

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Chalk Dust Vampire Bats


A bat cut out, black paper and colored chalk are all that's needed to make these nifty bat silhouettes from it's all kids play.  Simply color the bat with lots of chalk.  Next place it onto a black piece of construction paper and brush the chalk from the bat tot he paper to make the outline. 

Good for ages 4 and up.

Get the instructions here:
http://itsallkidsplay.ca/halloween-tracing-crafts/
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