Easy 4-Step Halloween Craft

Fun Halloween Craft for Kids

Have your little Explorers been running around in their costumes since Oct. 1? If your house is like mine, they haven’t worn anything else! It sure is fun to see kids’ creativity come to life. Sometimes, however, it is hard to keep up with all their creativity and endless costume changes!

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That is why I love this week’s Little Passports blog post, Easy 4-step Halloween Craft. It is an easy Halloween craft sure to delight your darlings in disguise! Check it out to learn how to make a plain white t-shirt into something cute and festive using a pencil eraser as a stamp:

Add a bit of Halloween pizzazz to a plain white shirt using craft paint and a pencil eraser with this 4-step Halloween craft! You can actually follow these steps anytime of the year using any design of your choice. Wouldn’t a heart be cute with red, pink, and white for Valentine’s Day? How about a shamrock with different shades of green for St. Patrick’s Day? This simple craft is a great classroom project too!

Grab a few simple supplies, and get crafting!

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Comments (7)

  1. L. E. Mastilock

    very cute! My kids would love the process of making this DIY Halloween t-shirt.

  2. Salma

    We enjoy doing seasonal crafts as well and this halloween one looks great! I’m sure the kids would enjoy it.

  3. Andrea

    How cute that is! I love easy crafts 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      Thanks so much!

  4. Crystal Green

    This is such a cute Halloween idea. Thank you for sharing this idea with us.

  5. C. Lee Reed

    This is such an easy craft. And when holiday clothes prices going through the roof, it’s so nice to be able to create your own for a lot less. This totally looks like something from a little boutique store. I never would have known this was done with an eraser-genious! Happy Halloween!

  6. Jill

    How fun! I would have never thought of using a pencil eraser for that!


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