The hooligans have been busy making halloween crafts for days!
We LOVE crafting for Halloween. We’ve made so many fun and spooky spiders, monsters, mummies and ghosts.
Our latest Halloween craft is one of our simplest preschool Halloween projects yet. These simple Halloween Wreaths were fun to make, and easy enough that even the toddlers had no trouble crafting them up.
Best of all, they use basic materials that you’ll already have around the house.
To make your halloween wreaths, you’ll need:
- cardboard (cereal box weight)
- tissue paper in Halloween colours, cut into 2×2 inch squares
- googly eyes
- black paint
- fabric, netting or ribbon to make your bow
I traced our wreaths on to cardboard, using a plate for the outer circle, and a bowl for the inner circle, and the Hooligans painted those black.
Finish by stapling on a colour co-ordinated bow. We used a variety of materials for our bows. I had a strip of black fabric that I tied into a bow for one. The purple bows came from a skein of gauzy ribbon that I picked up at the dollar store, and my favourite bow was this one!
I had saved a few pieces of netting that fruit comes packaged in. It was perfect for this project!
Aren’t these just the cutest?
Simple, inexpensive and cute as a button! Just the way we like things around here!
Be sure to check out:
Get the 3-5 Playful Preschool e-Book!
25+preschool activities by 25 bloggers, 10 printables, 50 links to activities not featured in the book all for $8.99!