This Halloween Picture Frame kids craft can be made in just a few minutes. Kids can let their creativity run free with this Keepsake decoration activity.
Before we had kids, my husband and I used to throw some pretty amazing Halloween parties for all of our friends. We would deck out our house and invite everyone we knew – the more, the merrier. The only thing we loved more than Halloween, was all of the decorations that came with it!
Although our keg-party-throwing days are behind us (for now), our kids have shown us a whole new side to our beloved holiday. Now, instead of barely remembering the evening, we are blessed with many wonderful memories of our little ones yelling, “Trick or Treat!”
Needless to say, Halloween decorations have become even more important to us because it helps us build up the momentum for the big day. With this in mind, I came across this really neat craft on Craftily Ever After.
I love that you can simply swap out the craft paper and pop off the wooden figure after each Holiday and create something entirely new for just a few bucks each time.
My youngest painted our Ghosts, so they’re a bit messy, but it was her project! However, if you want a polished piece of art, you might want to do everything yourself. (But what’s the fun in that?)
Display where your friends and family can “ohhh” and “ahhh” over your child’s latest creation!
HALLOWEEN PICTURE FRAME
- 1 frame (I snagged some on sale at Jo-Anne’s Fabric & Craft Store)
- 1 piece of holiday scrapbook paper
- 1 wooden craft figure
- Paint and/or glitter paint
- Hot glue gun
Step 1: Paint your holiday craft figure with sparkly paint. While it dries completely, carefully open the frame and place your scrapbook paper inside. Close your frame back up and affix the figure to the glass using two dots of hot glue.
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