Easy Halloween Crafts!

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Easy Halloween Crafts!

Finished Rainbow Pumpkin craft

Finished Rainbow Pumpkin craft

Ryann Zaenglein

Finished Rainbow Pumpkin craft

Ryann Zaenglein

Ryann Zaenglein

Finished Rainbow Pumpkin craft

Ryann Zaenglein, Reporter

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It’s almost Halloween and some people still don’t have any decorations! If you want to know how to make a rainbow pumpkin with crayons and a ghost with cling wrap at your house, keep reading!

Ghost In The Mirror:

1: Get a picture frame.

2: Take the glass out of the front.

3: Spray paint the back with mirror paint.

4: Put a picture of a ghost in one corner behind the glass.

5: Put the “mirror” back together and you are done! 

 

Creepy Chokers:

1: You can use a hot glue gun to draw on a sheet of parchment paper and make it one long piece of hot glue that can fit over the front of your neck.

2: Paint it whatever color you want to. 

3: Then you will hot glue a piece of elastic to each side so that it can be secured in the back.

 

3D Ghost Baby Picture:

1: Grab a picture frame and take it apart and get rid of the glass.

2: Pop a baby doll’s head off.

3: Rub vaseline all over the head. 

4: Place the head on the empty picture frame.

5: Put a piece of cheesecloth on top of the baby’s head and make it fit perfectly onto the head.   

6: Put on more cheesecloth one piece at a time until it looks like a cloud.

7: After each piece of cheesecloth, you spray with starch and wait for it to dry.

8: Take the head out.

9: Put the frame back together and you are done!!

 

Cling Wrap Ghost:

1: Get a ton of cling wrap and clear packaging tape.

2: Wrap each part of you one at a time with cling wrap and cover it with the tape.

3: Cut the cling wrap and tape off yourself and then tape it all together to make a cling wrap ghost!!

 

Rainbow pumpkin:

1: Buy a white plastic pumpkin.

2: Hot glue different colored crayons onto the top of the pumpkin.

3: Use a hairdryer to melt the crayons and make a cool drippy design!

 

Jack-O-Lantern teeth:

1: Carve a pumpkin but don’t cut any teeth out.

2: Get the mouth part that you cut out. 

3: Cut out teeth from the mouth scrap piece. 

4: Cut off the pumpkin skin from the teeth.

5: Poke a toothpick into the teeth and attach them to the pumpkin.

Finished Pumpkin for Jack-O-Lantern teeth craft

 

Carrine Barnett, WMS seventh-grader, said that she would probably do the ghost in the mirror to prank her friends. Barnett also said she wouldn’t make the cling wrap ghost because it seemed like a waste of time.  

These crafts were taken from “Five Minute Crafts” on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUgmMB-qOaA

 

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