Easy Halloween Crafts Your Kids Can Do at the Beach


Easy Halloween Crafts Your Kids Can Do at the Beach

Happy October! You may be gearing up for Halloween parties, assembling your kids costumes, and Googling ideas for tasty yet terrifying treats as the end of the month quickly approaches. Sometimes you need some quick ideas that require little time, effort and supplies. Life is busy and we know how that is. 

That's why we gathered up some of the best hands-on Halloween fun for the kids and kids-at-heart. This is the perfect collection of really festive yet super simple Halloween crafts your kids can do at the beach or anywhere, really. Some are even edible so they can double as a snack, too, which is always a bonus. Check these out!

Lollipop Ghosts

Lollipop Ghosts
Look at these bootiful creations! Lollipop Ghosts are easy to assemble, require very little in the way of supplies, and are super cute. Use them as Halloween party favors, treats for the kids, or gather them up and stick them into a hallowed-out pumpkin for extra effect.

All you need are some lollipops, a box of tissues, a black Sharpie marker, some elastics and colored ribbon. You can read everything you need to know about how to make and assemble the Lollipop Ghosts right here.

Photo Credit: onelittleproject.com


Mandarin Pumpkins

It doesn't get much simpler than this one! Mandarin Pumpkins are a great time filler and the results are really cute. What's even better? It's a healthy Halloween treat, too.

Have you ever noticed that Mandarin oranges look like mini pumpkins? Take advantage of that by letting the kids draw Jack-O-Lantern faces on them with a Sharpie. The creative options are endless and the end result is really quite charming. Take a peek at these Mandarin Pumpkin creations and check out a few more food-inspired Halloween ideas

Painted Seashell Pumpkins

Painted Seashell Pumpkin
You're at the beach so put those seashells to good use this Halloween. Paint them a beachy color or go full out Halloween Orange and then decorate them with a Jack-O-Lantern face to give each its unique finishing touch. Colored paint, a few brushes, and seashells are all you need for this one. 

Kids of all ages will love to set out on a seashell collecting adventure and then get their creative juices flowing from there. There's nothing like adding coastal flair to your Halloween! Here's another Painted Seashell Pumpkin that's just as cute as the one to your right. You decide!

Photo Credit: Completely Coastal on Pinterest

Pumpkin Apple Stamps

If you're in search of a Halloween project for the littlest boos and ghouls, this one's for you. Pumpkin Apple Stamps are a preschooler's delight and only require an apple, orange and green paint, white paper and a paint brush.

If you cut an apple down the center from the stem, you'll notice that it very much resembles a pumpkin. That's your stamp! Dip it in some orange paint and have your little one stamp away to his heart's content. Once it's dry, you can add Jack-O-Lantern faces with black crayon or marker, too. Look at the these Pumpkin Apple Stamps and see for yourself!

Chocolate Chip Spider Cookies

Chocolate Chip Spider Cookies
This is a pretty genius idea right here. Taking an already delicious, classic favorite and amping it up to a whole new Halloween level. 

Chocolate Chip Spider Cookies are clever crafts that are just as much fun to make as they are to eat. You can use your run-of-the-mill cookie dough to save time and then just add a few extra chocolate chips at the end for the spider effect or you can use this homemade Chocolate Chip Spider Cookie recipe. We promise that this one will be a crowd pleaser!

Photo Credit: lilluna.com

Well, there you have it. We hope these quick and easy Halloween crafts make your Halloween at the beach even better! Let us know how your kids like doing any or all of these. We'd love to hear about it. 

Just in case you missed it last time, we talked about Why Halloween is Better at the Beach. You should add that to your reading list, too, for even more coastal Halloween inspiration.  

Happy Halloween! 


Will you be making any of these easy Halloween crafts with your kids this year? 


Easy Halloween Crafts Your Kids Can Do at the Beach





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