Get Crafty: Simple Halloween Garland

My 5-year-old has been constantly begging for Halloween crafts to do.
One day I had completely exhausted all the ideas I had and went searching through our craft supplies. I happened upon a bag of foam Halloween stickers and inspiration hit.
We could make a Halloween garland. It was a simple process and the girls were able to do most of it independently.
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Supplies Needed:
Black construction paper
Orange construction paper
Foam stickers
The first step is to cut a supply of orange and black circles from the construction paper. You can use a circle punch or use a jar lid or drinking glass to trace circles in the size you want. (Ours were 2-inch circles.)
I gave the girls the circles and stickers with the instructions to put one sticker on each circle.


After each circle had a sticker, we arranged them in an alternating orange and black pattern. We taped each one to the yarn per the above picture approximately 2-inches apart.

Once we were done taping, we had a pretty and very simple Halloween garland.


Lizzie’s still asking for Halloween projects to do, so I think it’s time to go browse Pinterest. Do you have any ideas to share?


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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her at Better Than Homework where she shares fun learning activities or Creative Family Fun where she shares art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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