Christmas trees are so cozy and inspiring that we have started making them for other holidays too, for example, for Halloween and Easter. If you are going to have a quirky Halloween tree or just wanna hang some ornaments here and there, it’s high time to make them. And a free bonus is that you’ll be able to use them at Christmas, too!
Various Halloween Ornaments
In this budget friendly, recycled Halloween craft, you’ll use Mod Podge and old Christmas ornaments to make these cool Halloween ornaments! There are several whimsical decoupage ornaments with bold decor, which is traditional for Halloween in colors and patterns. Make them all fast and decorate your own Halloween tree, and then Christmas tree!
These super cute and whimsy Halloween ornaments are super easy to make and will bring much fun to your space. They are super easy to make, and didn’t take long at all. And if you don’t have a Cricut, all you need is a black and a yellow permanent marker or some paint for the faces, and you can make them too! These DIY Halloween candy ornaments can be used for decorations, classroom parties and even as goodies for Trick or Treat.
Halloween decorations are all about being spooky and eerie, and what can be more fun than pairing Halloween ornaments with glow In the dark paints? They only require 2 steps and a few minutes to make so this is a cool project to do with your kids. If you want to personalize your Halloween ornaments, add a paint marker to the list of supplies and write a name or cute saying as part of your glow in the dark crafts Halloween display.
These dangling, sparkling spider ornament cookies double as a spooky Halloween treat and as Halloween decor. Read the recipe – it’s pretty simple, and you may also invite your kids to make them together and then taste. Ake your Halloween tree tasty and spooky with them!
Show your monster love with some fun DIY plush monster Halloween ornaments! Classic monsters like Dracula, Bride of Frankenstein and The Mummy are all transformed into some stuffed felt ornaments perfect for your Halloween tree. These are too scary, they are colorful and you’ll enjoy crafting them of felt.
Halloween, fall and thanksgiving are all about pumpkins, and they will be a nice ornament idea. Make some pumpkins of polymer clay and add wire as stems, then hang them where you want. to give them a more Halloween-like look, paint them black or imitate lanterns.
Jack Skellington Ornaments
If you love Nightmare Before Christmas and Jack Skellington, this tutorial is for you. Here’s a super easy tutorial on how to make Jack Skellington/Nightmare Before Christmas ornaments, perfect for both Christmas and Halloween! Grab some white glass ornaments and go!
What’s this? An adorably festive craft inspired by the King of Halloween Town! This time this isn’t about decorating a ready ornament, this is about making it of yarn. The technique is pretty easy and can be easily repeated after reading the tutorial. Use them both for Halloween and Christmas!
Here’s a perfect kids’ craft for Halloween and Christmas. You can get bulbs at most any craft store and even some box stores. If you can’t find white, you can also use clear bulbs and fill the inside with white acrylic paint. And then they will just take sharpies and draw Jack Skellington faces on each piece. Very simple and very cool!