I know Halloween is all about the decorations, the costumes and the treats. Oh the treats! But why not make a few things your kids can play with to get into the Halloween spirit this year? Here are 9 really fantastic DIY Halloween toys you can make and play with along-side your kids. They are sure to love them and they will definitely get your kids excited for All Hallow’s Eve. I mean excited about it for reasons beyond the diabetic coma-inducing amounts of candy they are sure to consume. Take a look at these DIY toys and see which ones you and your littles would love to make together!
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Cardboard Haunted House 2 of 10
Merrilee does it again! This haunted house is incredible. I love all the little details and that striped wall is amazing. I want a wall like that.
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Spinner 3 of 10
This is a fun and simple toy that will keep those little hands occupied. Who doesn't love a creepy spider? At Halloween I mean.
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Haunted Doll House 4 of 10
How awesome is this little doll house? Forget the kids, I want one for my permanent Halloween decor collection.
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Bowling 5 of 10
Maybe the coolest bowling set ever. So cute. This would be a perfect game for a Halloween party.
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Plushy Skeletons 6 of 10
It's kind of funny right? A plushy skeleton? These are so cute and great for little ones to cuddle with.
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Finger Puppets 7 of 10
Mr. and Mrs. ghost are waiting for you to make them. This would make for a fun afternoon craft with the kids.
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Spooky Dough 8 of 10
It's playdough in Halloween colors but with glitter! So much fun. Potentially messy, but hey, it's glitter. We have to do it.
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Pop Goes The Coffin 9 of 10
How clever is this? I want to make one just to see the look on someones face when they open it.
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Mummy 10 of 10
I can see this guy being the "Elf on the Shelf" for Halloween! You can bend him into any position, but I'm partial to this cool guy pose.
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