Adorable googly eye frame at Secret Agent Josephine! Take pictures of the kids at the party, print them out, slip into their frames and send them home with the perfect keepsake :)
I made these paper bag pumpkins a few years ago - just stuff a paper bag with old newspaper, tie it up with green curly ribbon and sheer orange ribbon and draw the faces on with black marker!
Spiders made from egg cartons and chenille stems are great for the younger kids - get the details at Ramblings of A Crazy Woman :)
Dim Sum, Bagels and Crawfish shares this wonderful way to recycle an empty oatmeal container - make it into a jack-o-lantern!
Don't forget how much kids love homemade play dough! Just color it in Halloween colors and watch the creepy creatures take shape. Use salt dough if you'd like them to be permanent. This great idea is from Carli and The Clan and she suggests packaging this up for treat bag favors :)
Cutie pie paper doll ghosts from Skip To My Lou! She's even got a pattern for you to download :)
Julie K in Taiwan made this great bat using the same technique as paper quilling! She also has instructions for a witch's hat :)
More paper art from Hostess With The Mostess! I love these pumpkins!
Art Projects for Kids has all the details for this terrific pasta skeleton!
I'm always up for rock painting and I love the crazy colors and googly eyes on these scary stones from Little Birdie Secrets!
Little Elephants makes these adorable painted paper bag pumpkins :)
Green slime - perfect for Halloween! Unplug Your Kids shares this ooey gooey slippery concoction that would also be a great treat bag favor.
Comox Valley Kids tells you how to make these haunting three dimensional shadow lanterns :)
Take everyone on a nature walk and gather leaves for these fabulous leaf bat prints from The Long Thread!
That Artist Woman shares how to make these simple but scary ghosts - a nice project for the older kids!
Sewing Stars has a free printable for this friendly skeleton - just print, cut out, and connect with mini brads :)
Incorporate a little Day of the Dead into your Halloween party with this decorated skull mask! Cut out a simple skull shape from tag board, make eye holes, then let the kids decorate with markers and metallic shreds. Glue on a popsicle stick or staple on string/elastic and you've got a great mask for celebrating! (No link, this is something we did several years ago.)
Tomorrow it's time for Halloween party games and activities!