This holiday season I’ve told myself that I’m going to get my kids more involved with crafting! I’m talking about pulling out the felt, glue, wobbly eyes, glitter, paint… you get the point. I want my kids to know how to get their hands dirty with art supplies. In an age of tablets and PS4’s, it’s time my two littles learned to create on more than just a computer screen. I fully believe that this whole “screen time generation” really affects kids desire to enjoy the arts. Well, that’s a conversation for another day. Getting back to the crafting; I love SIMPLE HALLOWEEN KID CRAFTS. This Halloween kid craft is just that; super simple and great for kids of all ages. Let me share how to create your own Halloween Handprint crafts with three easy examples that I’ve created myself.
This is a great Halloween craft to do with kids of all ages.
It also serves as a great way to document your kids as they grow. You can keep these in a binder for years to come!
Enough about that, let’s get to the details.
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Note: head to the bottom of my post to get your own free printable Halloween Sayings!
Gather some simple supplies first:
- Poster board – this can be any color you would like. I would suggest white, black or orange.
- Washable paint
- Foam brushes
- Poster stands or fun ribbon used for displaying crafts
How to create a simple “trick or treat smell my feet” handprint craft
- Grab your paint and poster board (I used black board with white paint)
- Dip your foam brush in the paint and tell you child to make a fist WITH THE TUMB OUT
- Use the paint to coat the fist and part of the wrist
- Have them lay their hand palm down on the poster
- After a few seconds lift it up and let it dry
Bet you didn’t know you could create little feet out of hands!
After it’s dried print out a fun saying!
How to create a simple BOO handprint sign
- Grab your poster board, foam brush and paint
- This time, paint the inside palm of your child’s hand
- Lay it flat on the paper and repeat this step so you end up with two handprints side by side
- Use another color to paint the letter B next to the handprints
How to make a Halloween handprint candy corn sign
- Grab your poster board, paint, foam brush, candy corn and glue
- Paint your child’s palm and lay it flat in the middle of the poster board
- After it dries, glue the candy corn to the ends of the fingers
- Print out a fun saying and glue it on there!
When you’re finished with your Halloween posters, decide how to hang them!
I hung them on a string and attached it to the wall.
Check out my YouTube video with the entire process.
Want to print these Halloween sayings? See my free printable document HERE.
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Happy crafting friends!