With Halloween quickly approaching, we thought it would be a good idea to share some fun Halloween craft ideas for tweens. Here are some of our favourite ideas from around the internet. They will all make great decorations around your house for Halloween, so be sure to share them with your son or daughter the next time they complain they are bored!
(We’ve also included a few ideas that are suitable for younger kids too – perfect for getting tweens to do some crafts with their younger siblings.)
Round-up of Halloween Crafts for Tweens:
1. This spooky Halloween garland from Paper Crave will look good anywhere in your home (free template included):
2. These pumpkins from Keeper of the Home made with a balloon, some glue and yarn are a fun project for tweens:
3. This yarn spider web ball from Craftberry Bush is sure to give you the creeps:
4. These cute framed Halloween glitter art characters from Design Improvised are a fun idea. Who doesn’t love crafting with glitter?
5. More glitter. Tweens will love making this glittery spiderweb and spider from Buggy and Buddy:
6. These glowing Jack O’lantern jars from Not So Idle Hands are a great outdoor decoration to welcome trick or treaters on Halloween night:
7. This fall 3D picture frame shadow box from One Heart One Family could easily be made into a Halloween theme:
8. Tween girls will love making this glow in the dark pumpkin made with puffy paints from Club Chica Circle:
9. This cute Halloween craft from You Pinspire Me has a story to go along with it – great for getting kids of all ages involved in making decorations together:
10. Finally, these smooshing pumpkins from Happy Hooligans is an easy craft for kids of all ages and abilities:
Do you have other ideas for fun Halloween crafts for tweens? Please feel free to share them in the comment section below.
Want more Halloween Ideas? Check out these 20 Halloween treats that kids will love!
About Kathy Sima
Kathy is a blogger and freelance writer and mom of two teens who gave up her career as a financial advisor when her son was diagnosed with autism at age 3. When it comes to parenting, Kathy truly believes there is strength in numbers and knows that sharing stories and strategies with other parents has helped keep her sane (so far!)