Today on The Inspiration Edit we have a Devil Halloween Craft DIY which is super fun and easy to make. This fun devil DIY craft is a great activity for kids to do on Halloween. This would also be a great activity to do at a Halloween party. Enjoy.
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Making Fun Halloween Crafts
One thing I love about Halloween is getting to make fun crafts. This devil DIY is perfect for those who love to get crafty. Enjoy.
What’s the best thing about Halloween?
There are many great things about Halloween, but one of the best things is getting to make fun crafts. This devil DIY is perfect for those who love to get crafty. It’s super cute and easy for little ones to enjoy. This is a good way to practice fine motor skills too.
What other fun crafts can you make for Halloween?
Some other great ideas for Halloween crafts include ghosts, witches, zombies, and spiders. These are all easy to make and can be a lot of fun for kids to play with. It’s also a great way to get them into the Halloween spirit.
Supplies Needed For This Easy devil halloween Craft
How To Make This Easy Devil Halloween Craft
Begin by printing out the printable Halloween devil template. Trace the template pieces onto colored cardstock and cut them out.
Assemble your DIY devil and prepare to glue it together onto the black backing cardstock.
Add the eyes to the devil’s face, and draw on a smile using a black marker pen.
Once finished you can display your cute devil Halloween craft. You can also use the prompt to encourage kids to write and practice their literacy skills. Extending this craft into a writing activity not only works on motor skills but also helps with storytelling and writing practice.
Download Your Free DEVIL Template Here
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About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has studied nutrition for children and has also taught cooking skills to adults. Angela loves to share family meals and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!
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