Enjoy these fun, traditional Halloween crafts—from apple heads to cornhusk dolls to pumpkin-seed bracelets. They’re great for the young and the young at heart!
5 Traditional Halloween Crafts
After you carve pumpkins this year, save the seeds and create pumpkin-seed necklaces or bracelets! It’s a fun and unique way to celebrate the season.
Luminarias have been used by cultures around the world to light up the night. Here’s how to make your own luminarias, which can add a spooky glow to Halloween night!
Native Americans used cornhusks to make spiritual messenger dolls, and early Colonists painted faces on cornhusk dolls and made them into toys.
4. Apple Heads
This creepy craft is perfect for the end of apple season—and is sure to turn heads!
Make your own pumpkin pie spice mix with only five ingredients—it’s a great gift, too!
Of course, the classic Halloween craft is creating Jack-o’-lanterns. What will you carve into your pumpkin this year?
Here are an expert pumpkin carvers tips on how to carve a pumpkin.
Plus, here is a video demonstration on very easy pumpkin-carving tips and tricks, especially for beginners!
More Halloween Fun
- How to Cook and Clean a Pumpkin
- Candied Apples Recipe
- Roasted Pumpkin Seed Recipe
- All Our Best Halloween Recipes
- Halloween History and Why We Celebrate
- Halloween Makeup and Fake Blood
- Try Pumpkin Chunkin’
- Grow Your Own Giant Pumpkin
Every made any of these crafts before? Let us know in the comments! We wish you all a Happy Halloween!