Got craft sticks at home? Then these Easy Popsicle Stick Crafts for Halloween are the perfect projects to you to make during this season!
The pandemic has taken the fun out of most of our celebrations, but it’s amazing how people have found ways to celebrate in their own little ways, and keep traditions alive for their children and family. The human spirit is not one to be defeated so easily!
So with Halloween coming up and everything, we’ve decided to do what we do best – make crafts! Today we bring you some of the easiest Popsicle stick crafts for Halloween that you can make with little more than craft sticks. If you’ve got some colored paper and other basic craft supplies, you’re all done!
20 Easy Popsicle Stick Crafts for Halloween
One of the easiest way to get into the Halloween spirit (pun intended) is with spider crafts. Buggy and Buddy has a super cute spider web craft. Little kids will have fun making the webs and will marvel at how spiders weave such intricate webs.
What’s Halloween without a ghost, a witch and a few bats flying around? Not the same at all! This easy craft celebrates all the main icons of Halloween, but we should warn you – these are more cute than scary!
The Best Ideas for Kids has another project to celebrate Halloween icons, including Frankenstein, a Jack o’ Lantern and an absolutely adorable wrapped Mummy! Seriously, who’d think you’d get such a cute Mummy using Popsicle sticks?
No Halloween is complete without a visit to a haunted house. However, this year, haunted houses may be lying low, which is the very reason you should make one yourself! Check out this easy project from Everyday I’m Motherin that makes use of craft sticks in a clever way.
This year’s Halloween is not like any other, and this is just one reason to preserve all the special memories of this year. The Keeper of the Cheerios has the perfect craft to help you do that, with some super easy Halloween theme photo frames.
Halloween is fun for the whole family, but the little ones are going to miss all the trick or treating fun this year. No problem, they can still have some Halloween fun and learn at the same time with this fun project from Active Littles.
We’ve mentioned it before, but we absolutely love changing up the decor at home with the change in seasons. With so much bad news around the world, it’s one way to make every day a little more special. The Suburban Mom has a door hanger that kids can easily make on their own with craft sticks and pipe cleaners.
Look at these witches – don’t they look like they have some mischief planned out? Our Kid Things uses craft sticks to bring these witches to life, complete with pointy hats, straw-like hair and green and purple faces!
Is it a spider or a bat? Well, this craft from Simple Mom Project will have you guessing all day! We love how fun this craft looks, and not in the least bit scary. The jumbo googly eyes just lend that extra quirk to the spider.
We saw how you could make a haunted house with craft sticks, but if you’re up for little more of a challenge, you should check out this amazing haunted house over at Happily Ever After! It’s completely 3-D, and we love the playability of this craft!
Today’s Creative Ideas uses craft sticks to create a rather elegant looking vampire. Even though he’s got really big eyes and a sneer with pointy teeth showing, you have to admit that he’s pretty well dressed, in his coordinating cape and bow tie!
Sometimes the most subtle things make the most impact, just like this craft from Glued to My Crafts! In theory, it’s quite simple – just craft sticks put together to create a window – but the cat peeking and the spider web take it to a different level.
Making spiders out of craft sticks is all well and good, but what if you could make them move? Kids Craft Room shows us that this is indeed possible; you can make spiders out of sticks and have them climb up some string too!
Frankenstein’s monster is always a mainstay at Halloween, although we erroneously refer to the monster as Frankenstein! A rose by any other name would smell just a sweet, and Crafty Morning’s Frankenstein is just as green and boxy as you would expect it to be!
Want to add an element of Halloween to your kitchen? Today’s Creative Ideas has just the craft for you – a witch magnet made out of craft sticks. This witch is snarly enough to catch your attention every time you open your refrigerator door!
16. Pasta Skeletons
You’ve probably seen pasta art in different shapes and forms, but we absolutely love what they’ve done with pasta over at Art Projects for Kids! Perfect for Halloween and also for kids who’ve just started learning about the human body.
If you liked our idea of dressing your home in accordance with the season, you’ll like these Halloween luminaries from The Craft Patch. These are really easy to make, but the effect once you light them up is awesome!
Whether you like pumpkins or not, you’re sure to love this adorable little Pumpkin Patch Stand from Glued to My Crafts! You can either get Halloween theme embellishments to decorate the stand or make your own from craft foam.
Mummies are so mysterious, aren’t they? There are so many legends and stories about them that even today, people think it’s bad luck to open a Mummy’s tomb. Today’s Creative Ideas creates a craft that’s a good match for the intriguing Mummy we’ve all read and heard about.
Black cats have so many superstitions about them, which is probably why they feature so much during Halloween. You can make your own black cat by check out out this craft from Today’s Creative Ideas. However, this little guy is super cute – look at that little witch hat!
Popsicle stick crafts for Halloween – aren’t these easy peasy to make? You can make them to hang on your wall, turn into magnets or simply make and play with. You can also make these and take pictures afterwards. Send the photos to your teachers and friends, so they’re also inspired to get creative this season. What’s a better way to bond during a holiday than by doing crafts?