Halloween paper
it as a model to reproduce your template or color it directly before folding it. For older kids, learn how to make these Halloween papercrafts below

Halloween papercraft with children from 3 years old

Halloween papercraft with children from 3 years old

Today I offer you an easy-to-make Halloween papercraft with children from 3 years old. You can use a template to print and have them color the design before folding it for the younger ones. And for the older ones, you can ask them to do all the activities themselves with the tutorial below Kids drawing.

A cobweb out of paper

Today I suggest you make a cobweb out of paper, a beautiful decoration to make with children for Halloween. You can offer this manual activity to children from 6 years old. Learn how to make a spider’s web below. Discover all the Halloween crafts from J & Co on this page!

Interest: development of fine motor skills

Materials: paper of different colors, gray pencil, blacktip pen, ruler, and scissors.

Age range: from 3 years

DIY Halloween papercrafts: two easy models

For the youngest, I invite you to print this template and either use it as a model to reproduce your template or color it directly before folding it. For older kids, learn how to make these Halloween papercrafts below:

  1. Paper skull: tutorial

Step 1: Start by outlining the skull with a gray pencil on white paper. Use the photo below to draw the top of the skull (this can be any shape you want), then use a ruler to make it a very largemouth.

Step 2: Now, draw the interior details below (or still let your imagination work). Also, draw a line with a ruler in the middle of the mouth. This is where you need to fold your Halloween paper.

Step 3: Carefully cut the contours of your skull.

Step 4: Use a felt tip pen or black marker to iron out all the skull’s features. It would help if you also colored the inside of the mouth, eyes, and nose.

Step 5: All you have to do is fold your Halloween paper in the middle of the mouth. You got a funny paper skull with an open mouth!

  1. Paper pumpkin: tutorial

Step 1: Start by tracing a pumpkin with a gray pencil on orange paper. Use the image below for inspiration (you don’t have to create a hat for it). Then hold your ruler to make it a very largemouth.

Step 2: redraw the exact hat on ebony paper and cut it out.

Step 3: Attach the black hat on the orange writing.

step 4: Use colored paper: cut, then glue the pieces on a black hat.

Step 5: go over all the gray pencil lines with black markers and color the mug.

Step 6: All you have to do is fold in the mouth to complete your Halloween papercraft. Children can use it as a toy or put it on a wardrobe or shelf to decorate the home on Halloween!

Turn your sheet a quarter turn to the left and fold the bottom left corner to the right edge of the sheet, as in the image below. Mark the folds well.

Final results

The following are the results once the presentation is complete. Now that you know how to make a cobweb out of paper do anything to decorate your home!