Halloween Paper Pumpkin

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Halloween, Paper Crafts | Posted on 30-10-2012 | 12,547 views

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Halloween is fast approaching and we hope it’s not to late to share this creation, Halloween Paper Pumpkin.

It’s a great way to decorate your house with these cute little pumpkins. Full tutorialΒ here.

Happy Halloween!

Halloween Eye Patch

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Festive Crafts, Halloween | Posted on 17-10-2012 | 5,415 views

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We are making Halloween eye patch today.

Halloween eye patch

We’ll need a long rubber band, a white round circle, a medium blue (or any other color of your choice) and a small black circle.

Paste the blue circle onto the white circle. Then, paste the black circle onto the blue circle.

Use a fine red ink pen and draw lines on the white part of the eye.

Cut the rubber band and staple it onto a circle hard board.

Paste another round hard board to cover the staples. Paste the eye on the other side.

The Halloween Eye Patch is now ready! Boo! πŸ˜€

DIY Halloween Trick or Treat Bag

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Animal Crafts, Cat, Festive Crafts, Halloween, Paper Crafts | Posted on 16-10-2012 | 5,125 views

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Halloween is just around the corner. Let’s start preparing for ‘Trick or Treat’.

We don’t need to burn a hole in our pocket this festive season. Just DIY what we can. For this Halloween Goodie Bag, all we need is brown paper bag and black sugar paper.

DIY Halloween Trick or Treat Bag

First, draw any creepy Halloween features on the black sugar paper. Let your child cut it out. You may need to assist him/her if they are not ready to handle the scissors yet.

Apply glue to one side of the sugar paper.

Paste onto the brown bag. Decorate as you wish.

The Halloween Goodie bag is ready. You may also use brown bags with handles.

Toilet Paper Roll Halloween Bat

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Animal Crafts, Bat, Craft from Recycled Materials, Festive Crafts, Halloween, Party Craft, Toilet Paper Roll | Posted on 18-10-2011 | 9,604 views

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Halloween is around the corner and it’s time to make some creepy crafts πŸ˜€

Toilet Paper Roll Halloween Bats

Cut a line through a toilet paper roll to open it.

Cut wings and two ears out of another toilet paper roll

There, the bat is already forming. Now all we need to do is paint it black.

Paint the toilet paper roll, wings and ears black

Paint your thumb white

Stamp your painted thumb on the toilet paper roll as the eyes. Paint your pointer black and stamp as the eyeball.

Glue the wings and ears

Toilet Paper Roll Halloween Bat πŸ™‚

Halloween Specials

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Animal Crafts, Crafty Crafted Friends, Festive Crafts, Halloween, Mouse, Party Craft | Posted on 27-10-2010 | 4,441 views

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Milton of Our Little Corners did some really wickedly awesome Halloween props!

Bloody Knife – This is MY personal favourite πŸ˜€

Click here to learn how to make this horrifying cool props.

Mouse Ear and Nose

Click here for the full entry

Shrek headgear

Click here to learn how to make this πŸ™‚

Thank you Milton for allowing me to share these here and Happy Halloween to all our readers out there πŸ™‚

Paper Plate Pumpkin

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Festive Crafts, Halloween, Paper Plate Crafts | Posted on 25-10-2010 | 5,646 views

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Halloween is just around the corner. Let’s make a paper plate pumpkin today πŸ™‚

Paper Plate Pumpkin

Paint a paper plate orange

Cut the pumpkin’s eyes, nose and mouth out of black construction paper and paste onto the paper plate.

The paper plate pumpkin is done πŸ™‚

Paper plate spider

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Halloween, Paper Plate Crafts, Party Craft | Posted on 18-10-2010 | 19,146 views

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Halloween is around the corner. Let’s make a spider today πŸ˜€

Paper Plate Spider

Paint a paper plate black on both sides. Once dry, cut it into two.

Cut legs out of black construction paper. Dot some glue on them.

Paste onto the paper plate.

Spread some glue on the other half of the paper plate.

Paste them together.

Cut two circles out of white construction paper and paste.

Use marker and draw the eyeballs πŸ˜€

Use a hole punch and punch two holes. Tie a string and your spider is done πŸ™‚

Perfect for Halloween πŸ™‚

Egg Carton Bat

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Animal Crafts, Bat, Craft from Recycled Materials, Egg Carton, Festive Crafts, Halloween | Posted on 11-10-2010 | 8,178 views

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This bat will make a great addition to your Halloween decor πŸ˜€

Egg carton bat

You’ll need to cut the egg carton as shown above.

Paint it black. Add eyes and draw fangs.

Put a thread through it and hang. Happy Halloween πŸ˜€

Origami Skull

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Festive Crafts, Halloween, Origami, Paper Crafts | Posted on 08-10-2009 | 34,917 views

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This is an interesting origami – a skull! Let’s do this for Halloween.

Origami skull.

Origami skull.

Fold a square paper half.

Fold a square paper half.

Fold to meet the center.

Fold to meet the center.

Fold in the top.

Fold in the top.

Fold as shown.

Fold as shown.

Fold down.

Fold down.

Turn over and fold as shown above.

Turn over and fold as shown above.

Fold down.

Fold down.

Fold up again.

Fold up again.

Fold again. Draw the eyes and nostrils.

Fold again. Draw the eyes and nostrils.

My boy with the origami skull.

My boy with the origami skull.

My students with their 'creation'

My students with their 'creation'

Have better Halloween ideas? Come and share with us here. πŸ™‚

The Mummy

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Craft from Recycled Materials, Festive Crafts, Halloween, Party Craft | Posted on 20-08-2009 | 5,297 views

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This Halloween, why not make this freaky Mummy to give your Treat or Treater a scare?

This Halloween, why not make this freaky Mummy to give your Trick or Treater a scare?

First you'll need a toilet paper roll. Browse through old magazines and cut out the nicest looking pair of eyes there. Paste it onto the toilet paper roll.

First you'll need a toilet paper roll. Browse through old magazines and cut out the nicest looking pair of eyes there. Paste it onto the toilet paper roll.

Wrap tissue or toilet paper around it.

Wrap tissue or toilet paper around it.

With the eyes peeping, your Mummy is ready to freak guests out!

With the eyes peeping, your Mummy is ready to freak out guests!

Jack-O-Orange

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Festive Crafts, Halloween, Party Craft | Posted on 13-08-2009 | 3,849 views

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Introducing Jack

Introducing Jack

Alright, so Halloween is a couple of months away. But It’s never too early to start planning right? Instead of using the big and bulky pumpkin year in year out and throwing them away after a party, why not try using a smaller version? An orange. Kids will love them, adults will find them delicious!

Here's a fresh orange

Here's a fresh orange

Draw the outline of Jack

Draw the outline of Jack

Jack

Jack