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diy toddler halloween projects

diy toddler halloween projects

We just shared some amazing kids Halloween craft ideas and today I want to be more specific and share some ideas for parents of toddlers. If you have a toddler or more by your side, you are very happy! This is one of the cutest times of your child’s life, and the kids this age can have a blast on Halloween too! Let’s see how you can entertain toddlers this year.

Costumes

The toddler Halloween costumes should be fun and not very scary – don’t scare your kids! Turn on your creativity and create a costume that your son or daughter can use to recreate their favorite characters or some cute things like rainbows, animals, flowers and berries. Here are some tutorials.

Turn your child into pure sunshine! This free Halloween sunshine costume pattern is suitable for babies around one year old. However, you can enlarge or reduce it as needed. I think it’s a great Halloween costume idea for both boys and girls.

Rosie the Riveter is a World War II cultural icon, representing the women who worked in factories and shipyards during World War II, many of whom made ammunition and war materials. Be inspired by this strong woman and turn your girl into one! This is the easiest last minute costume to put together: a fun Rosie the Riveter. A chambray shirt, jeans and a polka dot headscarf are all you need!

Are you as obsessed with Stranger Things as we are? I love all of the ’80s references (and let’s not forget Winona!) But it’s too freaky to see on its own. Easy to put together + slightly disruptive = perfect Halloween costume! Read the tutorial to find out how to do it!

Girls look absolutely adorable in tutu skirts! That’s why this strawberry costume contains one! This creepy and super costume will be a nice idea for any girl – what a fresh and cute idea! Plus, the costume itself is pretty easy to make, so hurry up to do it.

This little, daft ensemble is a great idea for kids who want something Halloween-like and something scary. The basis of the costume is a black dress, but you can style it, for example, for a boy who wears black pants and a shirt. Bat ears and a headband – voila, your child is ready for the party! Read the tutorial to find out how to do it all.

Every parent has thought at least once that their child was like a cop in a china shop because children can wreak havoc anywhere in seconds. Turn that timeless expression into an adorable Halloween costume with this simple tutorial. Looks super cute and very inspiring!

If your girl loves Disney, why not dress her up like a Minnie mouse? It’s a chic and bold costume with pink tones and looks amazing while taking a short time to make. The costume looks super girly and cute – every girl will love it!

The popular narrow tray of watercolor ovals is a part of growing up. Turn this classic children’s toy into a colorful costume. Create a trick-or-treating masterpiece by turning your little artist into a classic watercolor paint tray. Top it off with a handcrafted French-inspired beret and a jumbo brush made from a pool noodle.

Activities and decor

Activities and games for toddlers should develop everything as much as possible and at the same time interesting to keep the child occupied. Developing creativity, motor skills, reaction and memory, as well as many other aspects, is extremely important. Hence, whatever activity or game you choose should evolve. We have prepared a whole range of such activities and games or decoration work that will help you with this.

Sponge painting is pretty easy and looks cute even if you’re not a great artist. We highly recommend that you invite your toddlers to make this Jack-o-Lantern garland using this method – they will have a lot of fun and receive a cute garland as a decor.

Match up is a very useful activity that is great fun at the same time. Here are two different free printable Halloween matching games. These activities are amazing for toddlers so your kids will definitely have a lot of fun while developing their reaction and memory.

Plasticine is great for developing motor skills. When you make this cool Halloween color, your kids can have fun making pumpkins, bats, witch hats, black cats and black worms can sit and practice the words – what can be better for toddlers?

The best thing about popsicle crafting is that it’s completely green and practically free! Let’s make some popsicle door hangers to decorate the house for Halloween. Your kids will be delighted to create them and will be busy creating new and new decorations from them.

Who doesn’t love a simple paper plate craft? The personalized handprint spider gives it the perfect touch! That would be cute if you did it with your kids every year and they can see how big their spider gets.

This project was completely hands-free and I really think that’s part of its charm. Basically, it’s an oversized felt gourd the size of a large platter with a matching set of simple felt accessories (e.g. eyes, nose, smile, and stem). By attaching the rough side of a Velcro to the black accessories, they stick to the orange felt without cluttering the pumpkin side with the matching Velcro.

Children love to play with slime and gak here, but the lime should be as free of chemicals and borax as possible and healthy. This recipe will help you get such slime right – it’s no cook, super easy, and takes less than five minutes from start to finish! Plus, it’s edible – a great idea!

If your kids have lost interest in carving after their first pumpkin, there are other ways to decorate the pumpkins. Painting is an option, but it’s nice to have a straightforward alternative, especially for really young children. Step into the gorgeous sticky foam board. This stuff makes for a fancy pumpkin, especially when you’re jumping for the sparkling kind.

Cotton balls are 100% safe and can be used for children’s crafts. Shaped into pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns, these fragrant cotton balls are sure to keep your kids happy! So much fun deconstructing the art you’ve made – and who can resist the smooth art process?

These Halloween artworks were made with handprints and googly eyes, and every toddler will be busy making them – they aren’t very difficult but are extremely fun! Read the tutorial with photos and offer your children to do something similar and develop their creativity!

If your kids love to paint, let them create cool jack-o-lanterns! These hand-painted cuties are amazing – your kids will use their creativity to create a masterpiece!

Most of us have stools and stools at home. These are convenient additional pieces of furniture that can be used for storage and sitting. If you don't have one, or want another one, it's high time to get smart! Make a cool ottoman or ottoman out of an IKEA piece you already have on hand.

The most popular items to use to make an ottoman are lacquer, hemnes, vittsjo tables, and others. They are a perfect base. All you need to do is add some padding, fillings, and possibly spray paint for the legs if that's what you want. You can also put together a new ottoman with IKEA pillow inserts and some fabric you like. A good idea is to turn a cube or stool into an ottoman with storage space. Refurbish your existing ottoman with an IKEA fabric or even a rug. Let yourself be inspired!

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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