Halloween Paper Crafts

I love paper crafts because they are easy to make, and you always have all the supplies you need. Today I am sharing three adorable and simple Halloween paper crafts that are perfect for preschoolers (and fun for older kids too)!

To make a torn paper pumpkin:

1) Draw a circle on a piece of card stock.
2) Rip orange construction paper into pieces.
3) Glue the torn pieces of paper onto the paper until the circle is filled. (I used a glue stick, but white glue would work too.)
4) Cut out a stem and face (from construction paper), and glue the pieces onto the pumpkin.

To make the spider headband:

1) Download the spider template here
2) Color and cut out the spider, and glue on googly eyes.
3) Make a headband by taping 1 inch strips of paper together.
4) Attach spider to the headband with tape.

To make a spooky name plate:

1) Write and color the child's name.
2) Decorate with Halloween stickers.

And how cute are these simple paper puppets? Simply draw some Halloween shapes (pumpkins, ghosts, and bats) on cardstock, decorate, and tape popsicle sticks to the back.

All of these Halloween paper crafts are delightful, fun, and easy to make. They are fantastic for working on fine motor skills, and a great way to celebrate Halloween. Enjoy!

Gina Bell (aka East Coast Mommy)

PS - If you like simple paper Halloween crafts, you might want to check out these older posts too!

Ghost Mask - Get the FREE template here.

Pumpkin Headband - See the step-by-step tutorial here.

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