Magic up some spooky fun with these 9 Halloween DIY activities

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Ready to get your fright on? Come take a peek at these fun Halloween ideas where you’re spoilt for choice of ghastly and ghostly delights!

'Out of treats' sign

Let the neighbourhood kids know when you’re flush with treats – and perhaps more importantly – when you’re not, with this great door sign. Print it for free at Eighteen25.

Ghostly milkshakes

For a thirst-quenching snack, try a Ghost Milkshake to hit the spot. Find out how to make it in your very own kitchen with DIY Network’s recipe.

Haunted house

A fun DIY activity to show off on display, as well as play with, is this awesome DIY Haunted House project. Get the full rundown on how to transform cardboard with duct tape over at Mer Mag.

Black cats

Kids Activities Blog, put those toilet rolls to good use with a tutorial for making your own cluster of cardboard black cats.

Bloody cookies

When hunger strikes, how do you fancy a blood-splattered biscuit? I know, how fabulously grotesque! Follow Everyday Annie’s tutorial for the full scoop on how to make these.

Spooky lanterns

Light the way to your door with spooky lights made from juice jugs and string lights. Easy peasy! Find out how with the tutorial from Family Fun Crafts.

Mini bat bites

For a sweeter than scary Halloween treat, try Mini Chocolate Bat Bites from Chelsea’s Messy Apron.

Paper plate bats

Paper plate fun is always a hit with the preschooler set. Let them at it with paint and googly eyes to create this frightfully cute Halloween Bat from A Night Owl.

Halloween mantel

Keen to create the perfect Halloween shelf or mantel vignette? Be inspired by this spooktacular collection found at Eighteen25, from cute to extravagant, there’s a #shelfie idea for everyone!

This post originally appeared on Babyology.

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