Pumpkin Ha-Ha Faces

 

Although I have a thing about not joining in with Halloween Trick or Treating, we do still love to have fun with the holiday. Think yummy bakes and spooky makes, it’s all a go-go in the Button house at the moment.

 

Not all little ones will embrace getting spooked at a young age (and not all grownups either!). So, here are some very simple pumpkin ha-ha faces that should get them laughing with glee.

 

 

 

What you will need to make your Pumpkin Ha-Ha Faces

The beauty about these boo-tiful pumpkins are that they are so easy to make.

 

You Will Need
  • A stack of white paper plates
  • Some orange paint
  • Glitter
  • Some bits and bobs for the faces
  • Some green card
  • Glue

 

 

 

Let’s get started

First, work out how many pumpkins you want to make, and then set about painting your paper plates orange. I joined in, it was so much fun.

 

Pumpkin Ha-Ha Faces

 

Next, or while the littles are still busy painting, cut out some eyes, funny mouths and pumpkin stalks. Little Button is really into distinguishing between (her idea of) male and female at the moment, so I also cut out hair accessories for the girls. Some children will enjoy designing their own pumpkin faces and cutting them out.

 

Pumpkin Ha-Ha Faces

 

 

 

Put Your Best Pumpkin Ha-Ha Face On

Lastly, hand over the glue and let them have a go at making their own pumpkin ha-ha faces.

 

Pumpkin Ha-Ha Faces

Pumpkin Ha-Ha Faces

Pumpkin Ha-Ha Faces

 

 

If you are feeling extra creative, why not make a load and turn them into pumpkin ha-ha bunting.

 

Do you get crafty for Halloween?

 

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7 Comments

  1. October 24, 2016 / 10:34 am

    These are so cute! My kids would love to make these and they look so simple too!!

  2. October 24, 2016 / 6:15 pm

    These look awesome, our kind of craft! #marvmondays

  3. October 29, 2016 / 11:16 pm

    Our little one loves arts and crafts too so would love making these. Such a great idea, so quick and easy to do without needing much in the way of materials! Thanks for sharing it on #MarvMondays. Emily
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