15 Fun The Nightmare Before Christmas Ideas
The Nightmare Before Christmas is such a classic film! It’s a great Halloween movie to watch with your kids because it’s not too scary, while still getting them in the Halloween spirit. Whether you are a Jack Skellington fan yourself, or just looking for some fun Nightmare Before Christmas ideas to go with your film, you will be inspired to get crafty by these 15 The Nightmare Before Christmas Ideas!
I love this first charger plate craft. I made these Glam Skull Charger Plates a few years ago for a Halloween dinner party and they were a hit. A mix of glitter and rhinestones…you can’t go wrong. I’m a huge fan of Halloween desserts…so fun for both adult Halloween parties or treats for the kids. The kiddos will also love these Halloween monster ideas – clever monster crafts and treats!
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Make Your Own Jack Skellington Charger Plate
If you have a vinyl cutting machine you can make your own Jack Skellington Charge Plate. Grab a solid black plate from your local dollar store and then just add Jacks face in white vinyl!
Jack Skellington Oreo Treats
You will need a bag of regular Oreos (or store brand works too), white chocolate chips or baking white chocolate, and then black edible markers or frosting! Dip you Oreos in the white chocolate and allow to harden then draw the faces on.
Make Your Own Jack Skellington Night Light
These lights are making a comeback and you can add your own Nightmare Before Christmas characters with sharpie marker to make them last longer.
These Jack Skellington Cookies Are Easy To Make
Take regular cookies to the next level by adding a dash of Jack to the top. Using cookie frosting and black chocolate cookie frosting to add the faces.
Jack Skellington Marshmallow Treats (from Nightmare Before Christmas)
You only need a few supplies to make these. Large marshmallows, paper straws, and black edible ink markers. Let the kids draw their own Jack faces and then you can serve them in tiny bags.
How to Paint Nightmare Before Christmas Inspired Nail Art
These nails are a bit time-consuming but well worth it! You will need a variety of nail polish for this one so try your local dollar store!
How to Make Sally’s Potion Bottles from The Nightmare Before Christmas – Worms Wort, Frog’s Breath and Deadly Night Shade
Making these potion bottles is a great way to reuse old bottles you likely already have around the house. Get free labels to print and stick to your new potion bottles and use them as decor!
The Nightmare Before Christmas Printable
Need home decor to fit with your Nightmare Before Christmas theme? Grab this free printable page and stick it into a frame you already have or repurpose a frame from your local thrift store!
DIY Jack Skellington Kid's Costume
Make a homemade Jack Skellington costume the kids are sure to love and look adorable it!
The Drunken Moogle
For the adults, make your own Pumpkin King shot with a kick!
Jack Skellington Pillow
This pillow is actually made from a scrap square pack that is just Halloween-themed. Add your own appliques and create the Jack Skellington Face.
Jack Skellington Cake
Make a regular and add white frosting on the cake then use black frosting or an edible pen.
The Nightmare Before Christmas Inspired Glow in the Dark Painted Shoes
The kids will LOVE these glow-in-the-dark Nightmare Before Christmas shoes! Take a solid black pair of shoes and use glow-in-the-dark paint to paint the design onto the toe portion of the shoes.
DIY Jack Skellington Mouse Ears Tutorial
Planning a Disney trip? Create your own Nightmare Before Christmas Mickey ears at home and save money!
Jack Skellington Caramel Apples
You've had caramel-covered apples but what about chocolate-covered Jack apples? Dip your apples in white chocolate and then add your Jack face with regular chocolate.