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Baby Friendly Decorations Ideas

The decorating experts at HGTV share eight designer tips for incorporating kid friendly.
91. Halloween books
When used as props on a mantel or bookshelf, these cleverly wrapped books are fun additions to Halloween decor. Cut lengths of paper to wrap around the books, and fold the edges over the insides of the front and back covers. Decorate the spines with Halloween stickers. Dont forget the titles. Spell creepy book names along the spines using a stencil or print from a computer.
92. No carve caterpillar pumpkin
This fun and easy Halloween crafts for kids is easy for even the littlest of helpers. Select a few smaller pumpkins; paint the pumpkins melon green and their stems black. Using adhesive backed felt dots, decorate the bodies. Use googly eyes and pipe cleaners for the head. Arrange in an S shape.
93. Itsy bitsy spider
This friendly spiders fuzzy body is formed by wrapping yarn around a plastic foam ball. Black pipe cleaners make this eight legged creature stand upright.
94. Bat favor boxes
Hand out these friendly bats at a Halloween party or on trick or treat night. To make, attach cardstock cut in the shape of wings to a premade take out carton available at crafts stores . Cut out colored cardstock for the eyes, mouth, and fangs; adhere with glue. Fill the box with yummy Halloween treats.
95. Halloween mini figures
Surprise You wont even need a pattern to make these adorable Halloween decorations! Simply wrap wooden spools in embroidery floss to create the bodies, then use stickers and cardstock for facial features great for a kid friendly afternoon craft .
96. Bat and Cat Pumpkins
Your kids will love decorating these easy Halloween crafts. Simply paint two pumpkins with matte black paint, download our free patterns, and let them take control from there. Here, weve used cardstock for the accents and features; you can carve the faces or use cardstock for them, too.
97. Eye catching photos
Are those eyes following you? Quirky stick on peepers poke out of a photocopied portrait of author Edgar Allan Poe. The black and white photocopy pops behind an inexpensive crafts store green mat and black frame. Any scary print a witch, ghost, or ghoul will work to make this oh so easy Halloween crafts for kids.
98. Pumpkin lanterns
No mess, no carve These lanterns are the perfect almost pumpkin. Cut out smiling jack o lantern faces from black cardstock; tape to orange cardstock cut to fit the lantern panels. Use indoors or in a protected outdoor space. Editors Tip Make this decoration last longer by placing cardstock behind the lanterns glass panels.
99. Spiderweb sculpture
Your elementary school kids will have a blast weaving this Halloween web a tangled creation made from black yarn . Orange plastic spiders up the creep factor of this Halloween decoration.
100. Framed ghosts
Kids can help cut out a whole family of these scary apparitions. Download the free pattern and resize to fit your frames. Trace onto white paper, mark the eyes and noses with black marker, and cut out the shapes. Sandwich the ghouls in the frames and use black fabric tape or book binding tape available at crafts stores to seal the edges.


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