Eco friendly Halloween crafting ideas

Halloween from Greyhound Recycling Halloween is a time for witches, ghosts, and ghouls to come out and play. It’s also a time for creative crafting! Halloween crafts are the perfect excuse to decorate your home with spooky decorations. Whether you’re making decorations for your home, having a Halloween party, or looking for a fun activity to do with the kids, these Halloween crafting ideas will get you in the spirit of the season. Get ready to terrify with your scary crafting skills.

1. Terrifyingly Tasty Treats

One of the best parts of Halloween is the treats! Halloween inspired cupcakes and candy apples are always a hit, but have you ever thought about making spooky inspired food crafts? Try making Halloween themed Oreo pops or candy corn sugar cookies. You could also go all out and make a platter of snacks shaped like a mummy, ghost, or pumpkin. These treats are perfect for adding to your Halloween party spread or for decorating your kitchen table.

2. Pumpkin Decorating

Pumpkins are a classic symbol of fall and Halloween. Carving traditional jack-o’-lanterns with a spooky twist is always fun, but there are so many other ways to decorate pumpkins! You could paint them with beautiful autumn colors, glitter, or even black and white polka dots. Also draw inspiration from movies, TV shows, and pop culture to create pumpkins that look like your favorite characters. You don’t even have to carve it, plus if you go ‘no carve’ it will last longer! Have fun!

3. Haunted House Décor

If you want to go all out for Halloween, decorate your entire home into a haunted house. You could create spooky ghosts hanging from the ceiling or carve tombstones out of cardboard and set them up in your yard. You could also make a witches’ cauldron out of a large black pot or create a spooky graveyard scene with skeletons and spider webs. The possibilities are endless when it comes to transforming your home into a creepy wonderland. And making Eco friendly Halloween crafts will be better for the environment as well.

4. Halloween Costumes

When you think of Halloween crafts, you might not immediately think of costumes. But making a homemade Halloween costume can be good for the environment and a creative challenge. Increase your environmental cred by using existing old clothes to make a costume. level up further by keeping the costume for a future halloween outfit. Even if you’re not experienced in sewing and making costumes, there are plenty of easy DIY costume ideas and tutorials available online to help get you started.

5. Spooky Centerpieces

Halloween centerpieces are a great way to add a touch of spookiness to your dining table or party spread. You could create a witch’s brew scene with a cauldron filled with purple flowers and fake spiders. Or put together a black and white candy display with faux cobwebs, black candles, and white pumpkins. These centerpieces are easy to make and can be adjusted to fit the vibe you’re looking to create.


Halloween is the perfect excuse to let your creativity run wild. Whether you’re a seasoned crafter or just starting out, these Halloween crafting ideas are sure to inspire you. From spooky treats to haunted house décor, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. So put on your favorite Halloween playlist and get crafting!

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