This Witch Halloween Paper Craft Card is a cute, silly way to celebrate Halloween without doing something scary or actually creepy! We like to keep our crafts simple and our Halloween celebrations fun– I’m not into the scary stuff!
Handprint crafts are extra special.. I love looking back on handprint paint or paper crafts years later! How could their hands have been SO tiny?! It’s a sentimental treat. ❤️
Keep in mind– this particular handprint Halloween paper craft doesn’t work especially well with the tiniest hands! It’s the perfect project for late preschool through elementary hand sizes.
How To Make A Witch Halloween Paper Craft Card
For this Halloween paper craft, you’ll only need glue, scissors and construction paper. So simple, right?
First, fold a piece of green construction paper in half. Trace your child’s hand on the folded paper and cut through both sides.
Turn the hands upside down so that the fingers are on the bottom. Glue the very top strip of the wrist side– that’s how it becomes a card!
Use orange construction paper to create hair and black to cut out a hat. Help your kids trace and cut shapes or just let them wing it. It does NOT have to look perfect. It’s a witch– she’s supposed to look kinda strange and creepy, right?!
Cut the eyes out next. We cut them out of yellow, but you could do white, blue, green, brown, purple… whatever your child likes! We think the yellow eyes make the witch look a little more Halloweeny. New adjective, you’re welcome!
Finally, cut a nose out of green construction paper.
Now it’s time to compile it all. Glue all of the pieces on to the face and poof– Halloween paper craft card complete! You’ll have your witch done before you can say “I’ll get you, my pretty, and your little dog too!”
Pull up the top hand and write a message inside the card! This is such a cute Halloween paper craft to give to grandparents, a neighbor, or even as a classroom craft to send home to students’ families!
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