Wool of bat, and tongue of dog,
Adder's fork, and blind-worm's sting,
Lizard's leg, and owlet's wing,
For a charm of powerful trouble,
Like a hell-broth boil and bubble."
The creeptastic Halloween season is upon us and my little ghoul and I have already begun our Halloween crafting. We've been hard at work making our own Halloween greeting cards with construction paper and glue sticks (her favorite).
I've been sneaking around, looking for other spooktacular low or no cost crafts to do with her. Here's some fun and easy ideas I've been able to scare up.
This handprint spider is perfect for preschoolers and their mummies. If you need the directions, they're over at Amazing Moms.
Recycle your milk jugs and create a spooky lighted walkway outside your house. Details are over at Disney's Family Fun site.
It's scary how many old t-shirts most of us have lying around. Why not repurpose one into this cute little ghost door hanger? Kaboose has all the details.
And while you're busy making all these tricks, why not give your little monsters a real treat. Chow has the skinny on these "Tricked Out" Caramel Apples. Scary good!
Want more ideas? I found some good ones last year, too.
UPDATE: How could I have overlooked this comprehensive Halloween guide from Cookie?