Decorate your squashes and pumpkins (until it’s time to eat them) with these Ghouly Gourd Spooky Faces Halloween Craft. All you need is a gourd, construction paper, scissors and tape! A fun craft for kids and to decorate your home for Halloween!
I’m into Halloween and all the spooky silliness that comes along with it! I love making simple crafts to decorate the inside and outside of our home for Fall and Halloween. Because you can find squashes and gourds of all shapes and sizes during the Fall season, why not skip the cutting holes to decorate, resulting in wasted food, and instead, cut faces out of construction paper and let the creative juices flow! Make these fun Ghouly Gourd Spooky Faces Halloween Crafts!
This is such a simple craft and a great one to get the kids involved in Halloween decorating. These Ghouly Gourd Spooky Faces Halloween Craft are seriously one of the easiest crafts and you can make any silly or scary faces you want. All you need to do is cut out the face or designs out of construction paper, then roll a piece of tape and stick it to the back of the construction paper and stick it to the squash or pumpkin. The best part is there is no mess from cutting into the gourds AND you can save them for when you are ready to make dinner or bake up a yummy pumpkin pie! WIN WIN! Yahoo!
The ghouly gourds spooky faces Halloween craft is always a big hit for Halloween parties. Make it a contest and let each person cut out their own face craft design and stick it to a selected pumpkin or squash. Then have a contest after and let everyone vote for the best GHOUL!!! Treat the winner to a bag of spooky prizes!
These spooky gourds also make for great Halloween decorations around the house. Place a few at your front door along with some bales of straw and country flowers. When Halloween ends, you can easily remove the faces and turn it into a Fall display and use your fruits and veggies in dinners as needed.
Have a Happy Halloween!!!
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