Where would we be without the humble paper plate? They are just so good for kids crafts aren’t they? With Halloween nearly here I just had to put together a collection of the most fun Paper Plate Halloween crafts there is!
I love the simplicity and versatility of paper plate crafts don’t you? We’ve got everything you can think of to keep your kids big or small busy and creative this October. Make your Halloween crafting sessions fun with paper plate witches, monsters, spiders, bats, vampires, mummies and more!
Grab your paper plates and let’s get crafty!
Let’s get back to those paper plate crafts…which will you try first?
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1 – Handprint crafts are always so cute and this Handprint Spider In A Web is no exception! Great for building fine motor skills too.
2 – Paper plates Halloween crafts that kids can actually play with are super fun. Everyone will love this Flying Witch Craft.
3 – If you want some spooky decorations for the house then these Paper Plate Ghosts will be perfect.
4 – Here’s another fun interactive paper plate Halloween craft kids will love…be a hairdresser to a Vampire!
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5 – Here’s another of our all time favourite paper plate Halloween crafts. This Flying Bat Puppet Craft lets kids swoop their bats over a village or spooky graveyard scene and there’s a free printable template too.
6 – Every Halloween celebration needs a vampire or two and we think this cute Vampire Craft will never be a pain in the neck!
7 – What colour hair do you think a witch should have? This Paper Plate Witch Craft lets kids go as crazy with colours as they like.
8 – Ahhh where would Frankenstein be without his monster? Now you can make your own Frankenstein’s Monster to be your buddy.
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9 – If you like Halloween so much you’d enjoy some fun decorations up all year round then this paper plate craft is for you. Make a 3D Bat And Moon Mobile that will look great in a kids bedroom whatever the season.
10 – Who says witch’s can’t be friendly? This Paper Plate Witch is adorable. I just love the beaded hair don’t you?
11 – We can’t have a collection of paper plate Halloween crafts without a monster or two can we? These Colourful Monsters are so adorable you’ll want them to stay long after Halloween is over!
12 – The nights start early around Halloween so why not light the way with clever Paper Plate Lanterns.
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13 – We all love lots of spooky food at Halloween and this Paper Plate Witch’s Hat is a great way to make your table look spooky and fun.
14 – Halloween doesn’t have to be all about frights and scares, these Laced Paper Plate Pumpkins are a lovely gentle craft for the season.
15 – Yarn Wrapped Pumpkins is a great Halloween craft idea for young kids and a super way to develop their fine motor skills.
16 – Halloween is the perfect time of year to explore silhouettes. These Paper Plate Silhouette Witches are so striking.
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17 – Paper plates are perfect for these Fun Spiders. A super Halloween craft for our tiny tots.
18 – You can greet all your visitors with a bright and colourful Halloween Wreath on the door.
19 – I love the simplicity of this Paper Plate Mummy Craft. So effective!
20 – Here’s a paper plate halloween craft for all the bigger kids (and grown-ups…you’ll want to try it too!) Spooky Suncatchers are stunning!
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21 – Even spider haters won’t be able to resist these adorable Woven Spiders!
22 – Don’t forget every Halloween witch needs her faithful Black Cat.
23 – The jointed movable wings on these Paper Plate Bats will have the kids thrilled.
24 – You can make your inside doors look perfect for Halloween with these bright Tissue Paper Wreaths.
25 – Paper Plate Witch Wind Catchers are so fun!
26 – This Paper Plate Magnetic Spider And Fly Toy is a great way for kids to learn about magnets and have fun!
27 – Black Cat Wreaths are a fantastic way to decorate your doors and windows!
Which Halloween paper plate craft do you like the idea of trying first? Maybe you have your own favourite Halloween craft you’d like to share? We adore hearing from you, leave a comment below, come and chat on Facebook or sign up to our email updates.
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