Super Simple Halloween crafts

Whilst I really enjoy crafting we like to keep things easy in our house. So our crafts are do-able by pretty much anyone. We still seem to manage to make a rather huge amount of mess though no matter how straightforward the craft!  Not sure why that is. Anyway here we are..proud to present our super simple Halloween crafts.

simple halloween crafts

Wicked Witch of the West

First of all we made the witch from The wizard of Oz. very simply we cut up two pieces of green foam and added stripes and cut out some phone black shoes and poked them under our mat. Doesn’t it looked great though. We have kept this up for days!


We attached the foam tights to the shoes with  Bosik foam pads such a simple discreet way to stick and abrilliant way to get a 3d effect!


Broomstick Witch

Our broomstick witch was just simple shapes cut out and foam padded together (no clue why she is facing the wrong way) I LOVED that we didn’t need to use glue. It made our crafting so less sticky and messy and was easy for the kids to do. (No awkward washing up either)


Trick or treat bag.

Glitter pens are another brilliant invention, they really limit the mess which separate glue and glitter inevitable cause. I found the Bostik range really simple to use as did the kids and very easy to write with. We love our sweet and simple T and T bag! ( I say our but they are refusing to share the chocolate when the time comes… hmm.)


Door hanger

Paper plate a bit of ribbon (sellotaped across the back) and a sharpie and we have our little door hanger for Halloween. Easy peasy.


Oreo Spider

We simply laid our oreo on some cut strips of ribbon with teeny tiny pumpkin eyes. Isn’t he cute and tasty too



Halloween crafts can be super simple indeed!


We were sent the craft box and bostik products to review.


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  1. Chris at Thinly Spread
    October 16, 2015 / 5:54 pm

    Oh I LOVE your glittery witch and your oreo spiders – genius!
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  2. October 16, 2015 / 11:46 pm

    I saw your welcome mat image the other day and thought it was such great fun. Have you seen the display that Harrods have done this year for Halloween, very similar! Mich x
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  3. October 17, 2015 / 9:58 am

    I’m all about easy crafts too Becky although my two are less interested in crafting as they get older which is a kind of relief for me as I’m the uncraftiest person I know 😉

  4. October 18, 2015 / 2:09 pm

    Great ideas here Becky. I need to get creative with Erin as she loves crafting.
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  5. October 20, 2015 / 9:31 pm

    Fabulous ideas, some great craft to keep in mind for half term. Thank you!

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