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1. Paper Plate Frankenstein

August 30 is Frankenstein Day, the birthday of Mary Shelley. Have fun by re-reading this horror classic and by making some fun Frankenstein Crafts!

Here is the easiest Frankenstein craft ever! With a paper plate and green and black paper, you’re all set for your own friendly little monster! A great activity for toddlers from Glued To My Crafts.

2. Popsicle Stick Frankenstein

August 30 is Frankenstein Day, the birthday of Mary Shelley. Have fun by re-reading this horror classic and by making some fun Frankenstein Crafts!

Nearly everyone has Popsicle sticks in their craft stash, so it shouldn’t be too hard to make this cute craft from This Girl’s Life! With sharpies and googly eyes, you can make this craft in a really short while. Add magnets to the back and make many to gift your friends!

3. Paper Bag Frankenstein

August 30 is Frankenstein Day, the birthday of Mary Shelley. Have fun by re-reading this horror classic and by making some fun Frankenstein Crafts!

Put those brown lunch bags to good use by making a Frankenstein out of them! Paint the bag green and you have your canvas ready to make your Frankenstein as friendly or as mean as you want him to look! Get the details at I Heart Crafty Things.

4. Frankenstein Sun Catcher

August 30 is Frankenstein Day, the birthday of Mary Shelley. Have fun by re-reading this horror classic and by making some fun Frankenstein Crafts!

As we approach Halloween, a Frankenstein sun catcher is ideal to set the mood! This craft at From ABCs to ACTs is really easy although cutting and sticking the border may need some assistance. All the sticking is super easy and can even be done by toddlers.

5. Popsicle Stick Puppet

August 30 is Frankenstein Day, the birthday of Mary Shelley. Have fun by re-reading this horror classic and by making some fun Frankenstein Crafts!

Here’s another fun Popsicle stick Frankenstein craft from Crafty Morning – but this one’s also a puppet! This craft is a fun collage-style project, and is good for middle-schoolers, who can make an assortment of creatures – who are too pleasant to be scary!

6. K-Cup Frankenstein

August 30 is Frankenstein Day, the birthday of Mary Shelley. Have fun by re-reading this horror classic and by making some fun Frankenstein Crafts!

We all love crafts that use recycled materials, don’t we? Well, here’s a cute Frankenstein craft from Cross Country Cafe that uses upcycled K-cups. If you’re planning on having a Halloween party for kids, then this should make the perfect party activity!

7. Tin Can Frankenstein

August 30 is Frankenstein Day, the birthday of Mary Shelley. Have fun by re-reading this horror classic and by making some fun Frankenstein Crafts!

Speaking of recycling, how can we leave out tin cans? You Brew My Tea has a fun tutorial for upcycling tin cans to make cute Frankensteins – the use of the corks on the side is clever! This is a slightly messy activity, so it’s best to take it outside!

8. Mr. and Mrs. Frankenstein

August 30 is Frankenstein Day, the birthday of Mary Shelley. Have fun by re-reading this horror classic and by making some fun Frankenstein Crafts!

Bet you weren’t expecting to see anything about Mrs. Frankenstein in this list of Frankenstein Crafts! Yes, this craft from Crafts by Amanda features both good ol’ Frankenstein along with his bride, who looks rather pretty! This craft requires a bit of detail work, so it’s good for the older kids. Tip: use small googly eyes for some more character.

9. Frankenstein Juice Boxes

August 30 is Frankenstein Day, the birthday of Mary Shelley. Have fun by re-reading this horror classic and by making some fun Frankenstein Crafts!

Here’s another idea for a kiddie Halloween party – Frankenstein Juice Boxes! Consumer crafts has a simple tutorial for how you can dress up regular juice boxes in fun ways. Go crazy with the hair styles and googly eyes for your own custom-style Frankenstein!

10. Puffy Paint Frankenstein

August 30 is Frankenstein Day, the birthday of Mary Shelley. Have fun by re-reading this horror classic and by making some fun Frankenstein Crafts!

Painting with different materials gives you some unique results and it’s great when you can customize your art with various techniques. This puffy paint art project from Crafty Morning is so good, you’d think puffy paint was invented to paint monsters!

August 30 is Frankenstein Day, the birthday of Mary Shelley. Have fun by re-reading this horror classic and by making some fun Frankenstein Crafts!

There you go, lots of fun Frankenstein crafts making use of different materials, even recycled ones! The best part is you can change Frankenstein’s expressions and make him look silly, happy, angry or even sleepy! Go crazy with your supplies and have fun – unlike the scientist in the book, this is one creation you’re going to love!


About Fabida Abdulla

Fabida is a Freelance Writer and Work From Home Mom to her boisterous 8 year old. In between all the writing, baking, nagging, reading and cuddling, she manages to blog a bit about her crazy life at Shocks and Shoes. She writes posts for our Art & Craft Section. She also handles all our Social Media accounts.

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