You’ll love this fun Halloween footprint art!
Halloween is just around the corner and that means, ghosts, ghouls and pumpkins will soon be taking over our houses and streets in preparation for the big night!
If you are looking for a fun and easy craft to do with the kids, check out the ghost footprint craft below.
It’s suitable for children ages newborn – 10 years with a little bit of adult help!
And if you want even more cute Halloween ideas for your baby, make sure to check out my list of 25 Best Baby Halloween Gift Ideas That Babies Love.
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Easy Ghost Halloween Footprint Craft
For this simple craft, I was able to get everything I needed at Dollar Tree which made it a frugal craft as well as an easy one!
You may not be aware but you can order online at DollarTree.com if you don’t have a store near you.
Everything I bought was a dollar and I had plenty of supplies left afterward for more crafts and activities during October.
What You’ll Need for the Footprint Craft:
- Black Poster Board (I got a package for 5 for $1 in case of accidents)
- White finger paint
- Various Halloween themed stickers
- Spooky Googly Eyes
- Halloween Pompoms (if desired)
Directions For Halloween Footprint Art
- Cover foot in white washable (!!) fingerpaint and press gently onto the black poster board.
- Allow the paint to dry before adding eyes, and stickers to decorate the background.
The Finished Masterpiece!
You can display the picture in a frame throughout the season or make several and use them as Halloween party invitations or cards.
Other Halloween Craft Ideas
If you want some more fun Halloween crafts to do with your baby or toddler, make sure to check out our 21 Fun Ideas For Halloween Footprint Art For Babies.
You could also make the most of fall by watching one of the not-so-spooky movies from our 31 Days Of Spooky Halloween Movies For Kids checklist.
There’s even a free printable you can download.
Don’t you just love the paint in the hair?