If you’re looking to DIY a few crafts for Halloween, look no further! Here are some Halloween Pool Noodle Craft ideas just for you.
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Halloween Decorations to Make using Pool Noodles
You’ve come to the right place. We’ve gathered together some of the best Halloween Pool Noodle Craft Ideas around.
Recycle those old noodles with these fun Halloween craft projects!
You can make simple luminaries with pool noodles by cutting your noodle in a 2-inch slice and placing a flameless tea light candle into the hole.
If you want to get a little fancier, Surviving a Teacher’s Salary has a great post about making Halloween Flameless Candles in the Harry Potter style. How cute are these?
Halloween would not be complete without a Frankenstein, now would it? This cute Frankenstein set includes a large and smaller version.
There are a lot of fun pool noodle monster ideas online. Here are a few we found that look easy and fun to make.
EasyCraftForKids.com made these cute pool noodle monsters that would make fun Halloween decorations.
And we found these from KidsOutAndAbout.
The supplies for these monsters – noodles, felt, pipe cleaners, paint, pompoms, googly eyes… Things you already have on hand if you’re making any of our other pool noodle crafts!
Go to RibbonsAndGlue.com to see how they make spooky chains to add to your Halloween decor. It’s easy, but their little tweaks make it even more realistic!
The Halloween Mummy Craft is so easy to make, even little kids can do it. The cuteness factor is there, really.
Make this Halloween craft with the simple instructions provided.
Making a bat Halloween craft is easy with this fast tutorial. Make a simple bat or make him into a vampire… It’s up to you!
Halloween is ALL about the decorating, but what about the candy?
My favorite is PayDay and I always buy several extra bags to put away for later.
And after all, some trick-or-treaters may have allergies, so I don’t give out treats with peanuts. Good for me AND for them. Am I right?
Anyway, Halloween IS about the candy, so make a few of these Pool Noodle Candies from DIYNetwork for a Halloween treat!
DIYWays.com makes lollipops for Christmas, but you can use the same idea to make some for Halloween decorations. Just use purple & orange & black noodles instead of Christmas colors! How fun are these?
NerdyButFlirty has made some of the most awesome octopus tentacles you’ve ever seen. Check it out!
Spiders remind us of Halloween because they’re creepy and extra scary. At least to some people. But we found a way to make them not so scary with our unique design. Take a look at our cute little Halloween spider.
ASubtleRevelry.com has a fun take on spiders with this HUGE variety, perfect for outdoors!
I’m in the process of making some witch legs myself, but until then, here are some fun witch leg Halloween pool noodle craft ideas I came across.
HoosierHomemade.com made this awesome crashing witch and used a little green spray foam for her to land in. While she used tree limbs for the legs, pool noodles would be perfect for this craft, too!
SouthernStateOfMindBlog.com used some Dollar Store supplies to create this Halloween display. What a great idea to use the witch’s leg door hanger!
Here are a few cute Halloween wreath ideas.
The first is from HalloweenCostumes.com. They have four great, spooky Halloween wreaths with instructions on how to make them.
PassionForSavings.com has a fun wreath using tulle. They used felt for the legs, but you could easily use pool noodles for the wreath base and legs, too, if you wanted.
MakingHomeBase.com uses a pool noodle for the base of the wreath, wraps it with Halloween inspired ribbon, and adds a few fun Halloween accessories. Love it!
Are you ready?
So, what are you thinking? Are you going to try one of these Halloween pool noodle craft ideas or projects? It’s a really easy project and the kids will love it!
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