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Paper Plate Witch Craft For Kids

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Once summer begins to wind down, we begin thinking up new kids crafts that are perfect for Halloween!

We love any Halloween crafts for kids that are fun and this paper plate witch craft certainly fits that criteria.

It’s a fun way to combine painting and crafting into a simple holiday project. Make it with preschoolers, kindergarten and elementary children.

We’re giving you a free printable template so it’s easy to recreate at home or at school.

Watch our quick video tutorial to see the steps and get craftin’ on your own cute witch.

Witch Craft For Kids

collage of paper plate witch craft images with the words paper plate witch in the middle

Supplies

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Directions

Download the witch template, print and cut out the pieces.

hands holding witch craft template

Begin by painting the paper plate in a thin coat of paint and let it dry completely.

hands painting paper plate green

Place the witch face template on the dry paper plate, trace and cut out. Set aside for later.

hands tracing witch head template onto paper plate

Make the witch’s hat by gluing the hat band in the middle of the hat, then trim off the excess paper that hangs over.

hands gluing hat bat to witch hat

Glue the witch’s hair to the back of the witch’s hat, one piece on each side.

hands gluing orange hair to witch hat

Take the hat and hair combo and glue it to the top of the witch’s head you set aside earlier.

Glue the eyes an inch or so below the hat, in the middle of the face.

hands gluing eyes to witch face

Use the black marker to draw on eyebrows, a small nose and a big smile!

hands drawing on nose and mouth on paper plate witch

This paper plate craft is perfect for Halloween classroom party craft or for story time.

You can make it even simpler by using green paper plates. This way you skip the painting and go straight to the crafting part.

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Paper Plate Witch Craft

Prep Time: 7 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Drying Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 27 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

Learn how simple it is to make this paper plate witch craft with the kids this Halloween!

Materials

  • Paper plates
  • Green paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Colored cardstock or construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Black marker
  • Pencil
  • Glue stick
  • Witch template (download form located at the end of this post)

Instructions

  1. Download the witch template, print and cut out the pieces.
  2. Begin by painting the paper plate in a thin coat of paint and let it dry completely.
  3. Place the witch face template on the dry paper plate, trace and cut out. Set aside for later.
  4. Make the witch's hat by gluing the hat band in the middle of the hat, then trim off the excess paper that hangs over.
  5. Glue the witch's hair to the back of the witch's hat, one piece on each side.
  6. Take the hat and hair combo and glue it to the top of the witch's head you set aside earlier.
  7. Glue the eyes an inch or so below the hat, in the middle of the face.
  8. Use the black marker to draw on eyebrows, a small nose and a big smile!

Free Witch Template

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