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Spooky Haunted Village made by kids #halloween #craft

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Decorating for Halloween is always fun. Getting the kids to help out if even more fun. I’ve been saving up the boxes and containers from the kitchen so Shae could build her own Haunted Village.Spooky Village #halloween #craft

Using cereal boxes, orange juice bottles, cinnamon shakers and more Shae and I put together a rather large village that is now taking up residence on our bookcase in the living room.

Spooky Village #halloween #craft

Materials

boxes and containers headed for the trash or recycle bin.

paint, themed stickers, foam shapes, glitter glue, construction paper.

Directions

Arrange your boxes into your village. Think about height and dimension  and layers when arranging it. Decide on your buildings and colors and let your child get to work.
Spooky Village #halloween #craft

Spooky Village #halloween #craft

Spooky Village #halloween #craft

Spooky Village #halloween #craft

This activity can be done for any holiday or season just by changing colors and flourishes.

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Comments

  1. Betty Baez says

    This is awesome!

  2. This is brilliant! What a fun idea. I’ve featured it on The Sunday Showcase: http://www.herecomethegirlsblog.com/2013/10/26/halloween-boredom-busters.html

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