It’s never too early to decorate for Halloween, right? Well, I don’t think so! I have been trying some fun and easy preschool crafts with my son, and this Spider Handprint Halloween Craft is one of my favorites. It’s a fun keepsake to remember just how little your kiddos once were!
I made ours on a canvas to use as a keepsake for future years, but you could make this on cardstock, or even construction paper!
Spider Handprint Halloween Craft
Paint the canvas with orange paint until it is completely covered. Allow to dry.
Add black paint to your child’s hand, then press onto the dry canvas. Overlap with a second handprint so that it looks like a spider shape. Allow to dry completely.
Glue on googly eyes and your Halloween scrapbook borders.
Aren’t they fun and cute?
I displayed ours on our mantel. It’s such a fun and personal piece to add to our Halloween decor.
I wanted to make some extras to give as gifts to grandparents, but my toddler doesn’t like for his hands to get messy. Once he realized that I was going to put PAINT on his hands, he freaked out and I barely got a single spider. Silly boy. But that’s the reality of motherhood, right?
Check out these other fun Halloween ideas!
Mummy Applesauce Pouches | Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops | Dead Lady Fingers
Patchwork Pumpkins Craft | Monster Mash Punch | Spooky Candy Caramel Corn
Pumpkin Applesauce Pouches | Mummy Chicken Fingers | Spider Handprint Craft