Looking for ways to entertain sugared-up kids this week? Try one of these fun DIY projects just for children. I'll be adding to this post over the next couple of days as well.
*Older children will love using oil pastels to create these fun skeleton drawings.
*Make a simple beaded pumpkin with Blissfully Domestic.
*Younger kids will enjoy turning paper bowls into jack o' lanterns,
*And making candy-filled mummy jars.
*Kids will have a blast creating this fun autumn scene with Dim Sum, Bagels and Crawfish.
*Blissfully Domestic shows us how to make a tie-dyed pumpkin shirt,
*And a green blob in a bottle.
*Learn how to make fun beady spiders on Katie's Beading Blog.
*Kids won't be able to "resist" making midnight pictures with directions from scrumdilly-do!
*Create a dozen spooky spiders out of one egg carton, then use them to decorate.
*Younger kids will get a kick out of creating faces for this ghost garland.
*Once Halloween is over, why not make robots out of the candy boxes?
*That Artist Woman shows us how to create Halloween batiks to use in wall hangings and garlands.
*She also shows us how to make gorgeous Halloween art,
*And a sweet owl project.
*Craft paper strip pumpkins with Art Projects For Kids.
*Julie K. In Taiwan uses Halloween to teach a fun M C Escher art lesson.
*Chica Schmica shares a fun Halloween egg carton diorama project.
*Make an adorable paper bag vampire bat with directions from Ramblings of a Crazy Woman.
*Sugar City Journal shows us how to make fun and spooky pop-ups.