It’s October so it’s finally time to start looking at Halloween crafts! There are lots of cute craft kits worth checking out for the holiday but consider shopping for them early this year so that shipping delays don’t stop you from your spooky crafting prior to October 31!
PollyChromeCrafts (UK) has a really cute Halloween felt garland kit that would be a perfect addition to Halloween décor or party setup. The plus side to having a felt garland is that it can be stored more easily and reused, unlike paper options.
For even more décor, Monacraftshop (USA) has a DIY Halloween wood sign kit that you can paint yourself! It includes all the wood cut outs and bits that you need; the only thing you’ll need to buy separately is paint, if you don’t have any.
Amigurumi enthusiasts are also in luck with SnacksiesHandicraft (Singapore), as they have a few options for Halloween kits. Of course, my favorite is the Halloween black cat kit!
If you have a Halloween tree or some version of one that you like to hang Halloween ornaments on, you can make your own with this Halloween cross stitch bat kit by YarnStories (Lithuania).
Pixelsandpurls (UK) also has an hoop embroidery kit that features a cute bat and ‘Stay Spooky’ message that would be adorable as wall art!
Anyone looking for a beginner’s needle felting project should check out ArtWoolBulat (Ukraine). Their jack-o’-lantern pumpkin needle felt kit comes with everything you need, as well as video instructions.
I thought I’d also mention Sophie & Toffee (Singapore) who have a wide variety of Halloween supplies for resin craft. They even have a couple of their own kits—there are both bat and pumpkin or cat and ghost themes. They include resin as well as molds and bezel charms, so you’d only need dyes and/or glitter if you don’t already have some.
You can check out even more Halloween DIYs in the Halloween Crafts category!
Andi lives in the countryside of Georgia in a house packed with kawaii decor and vintage toys, and enjoys the company of two squishy kitties named Thumper and Marie. When she’s not barricaded in her pink craft room creating something, she can be found reading, playing Animal Crossing games, or baking something to satisfy her massive sweet tooth.