kids make the halloween decorations by true (and brave)

October 27, 2015

We made candy corns and lollipops and put them on the wall. We started decorating because mommy put a mask on our Clonette doll, so I wanted to teach my sisters how to decorate and make things.

To make the candy corn and lollipops, I got some orange, yellow, white, blue, purple, and black paper. I also used scissors and clear tape. To create the candy corns, I placed the orange, yellow, and white paper on top of each other. Next, I cut out a triangle, and moved the yellow and white portion higher. Then, I taped the white and yellow onto the orange. Lastly, I taped each piece to the wall.

For the lollipop, I placed the blue and purple on top of each other. Second, I cut a circle out and I set the purple and blue circle out. Then, I cut some black paper about the size of my finger, and I taped it to the circle. I taped each piece to the wall too.

I was coloring some white paper green, and then I cut it into a monster shape, and drew a scary face. I taped that up too! To create some ghosts, I got some white paper and cut it into a ghost shape and Glow drew faces on it. I wrote what she wanted to say on it, put the dates on the back, and hung it up.

I made my haunted trees with just any colored piece of paper, scissors, and colored pencils. First, I cut the triangles out of the paper on the stop. Next, I cut out a shape on the side. Then, I cut one triangle on the bottom. I drew designs on it and gave it a name. Of course, that went on the wall too.

While I was doing all of this, Brave was drawing spider-webs! Hi, it’s Brave here to share how to make the webs. You will need black paper, scissors, and a white crayon. First, use the scissors to cut out the waves in a circle on the black paper. Next, use the crayon and put a dot in the middle of the paper and make lines coming out of the dot. Then, make wave-like lines 3 or 2 times with the crayon. Lastly, use tape on the back of the paper and put it up anywhere!

We hope you like the Halloween decorations we made! We are so excited for this Saturday!
– True and Brave

2 comments on “kids make the halloween decorations by true (and brave)”

  • jane says:

    what an incredible and creative job of decorating! i love all your tips on how to make the decorations and also how colorful they turned out! great work! thanks for sharing! 🙂

  • Jes says:

    Oh my goodness, how cute is this! I love it. 🙂

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