Friday, October 15, 2010

Spooky Craft Projects for Kids, That Won’t Frighten Craft-phobic Parents

Parents are you scared of Halloween crafts? Are you afraid that you are just not crafty enough to do craft projects with your children? I have a craft expert who will excite, not fright, parents, teachers, and caregivers with her easy to follow, kid-friendly, Halloween craft projects.


Sandy Sandler, founder of non-profit Crafters 4 Kids and creator of Bowdabra believes that there is an immeasurable value in doing arts and crafts with your children. Sandy hopes that parents and teachers will use the free Halloween craft instructions she provides to help children to create spooky Halloween projects.


Examples of the Halloween Projects include:



Pumpkin Treat Bag – Children can create a fun pumpkin treat bag. The bag has many uses it can be used as a trick-or-treat bag, a gift bag, or even a purse. Creepy Spider Web Decoration – Help children to create this easy Halloween decoration. They will love creating a spider web using black foam and glitter glue!



Spooky Goblin – Using Styrofoam balls and marabou an entire goblin family can be created. Kids will have fun decorating the house with them and using their imagination with these fun spooky mischievous creatures.Halloween
 
 
Firecracker Treat – These firecrackers make the perfect gift for friends and trick-or-treaters. Children will be excited to decorate and personalizing each one before handing them out to friends, classmates, and neighborhood children.
 
 
Pumpkin Mask – This is the perfect mask for children (and adults) who hate masks pressed against their face. The pumpkin mask is attached to a visor for easy placement on your face and lots of ventilation.
 
 
Directions for these crafts can be found at Crafters 4 Kids.

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