I love all the silly and not so scary
projects and Halloween crafts, for kids! Get creative with creative desserts Halloween Monsters and crafts! Some of these crafts are so darn cute…this monster toilet paper cover is cracking me up! What kiddo wouldn’t love that!
I’ve also included a few monstrous treats for you to eye up! Get it…”EYE” up?! The eyes have it here!
Get creative and be inspired by many more creative
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Make one-of-a-kind candy bar wrappers with these Monster Halloween Candy Bar Wrappers.
Make your Halloween extra spooky with these Monster Mouth Snowball treats! These are super simple to make and just take a few minutes to make.
You need only 5 supplies to create the adorable little guys. You can use regular pom-poms or the cool sparkly ones we found.
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Change up your typical popcorn and make it fit for a monster mash. Add edible eyes and Halloween colored candy like M&M candy to fix it into a brand new treat!
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Turn old wooden spoons into a complete monster mess! You'll need paint, plastic eyes, and pipe cleaners! Paint your spoons in various colors to create a whole team of monsters.
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While this monster craft doesn't require a ton of skill it does require a sewing machine or at least hand sewing skills and some leftover ribbon and scrap fabric. (You can also try fabric glue for a one day hold)
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bake a traditional pan of brownies and add a bit of spice with these monster brownies. Choose your frosting, sprinkles, and even edible eyes in any color you'd like!
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Use regular natural rocks you can find outside and scrap yarn to wrap your new monsters. Add google eyes and hair to complete the look.
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Re-purpose toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls with this colorful monster craft. You can also use cardstock, glue, and scissors.
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Combine sweet and salty with these monster sticks! Take pretzel sticks, dip in white chocolate, add sprinkles, and edible eyes,
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You're going to need regular white balloons, green and black tissue, and a red sharpie or marker. You can turn these glow in the dark eyeballs into monsters all over.
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Grab a plain wood tray and paint it black. Add fake eyes and use chalk markers to draw faces to go with the eyes. Monster mash faces!