Looking for a fun way to decorate a classroom or front porch for Halloween? These DIY Halloween Windsocks are super cute and easy for kids of all ages to create.
These easy-to-make Halloween windsocks look super cute hung under a covered front porch to blow around in the fall wind, or hung anywhere inside the home.
SUPPLIES NEEDED FOR MAKING HALLOWEEN WINDSOCKS
- cardstock paper (green, orange, black and white)
- crepe paper (orange, black and white)
- googly eyes
- glue dots (optional)
HOW TO MAKE A JACK-O-LANTERN WINDSOCK
Let kids design their own faces by cutting out shapes from black cardstock or construction paper and hang them up inside the classroom for a fun Halloween display.
Step 1: Use our free printable template to trace and cut out the pumpkin face pieces from black and white cardstock paper or construction paper.
Step 2: Glue the jack-o-lantern eyes, nose and mouth in the center of a piece of orange cardstock paper.
Step 3: Cut six pieces of orange crepe paper about 24 inches in length. Turn your jack-o-lantern over. Use a glue stick to add glue at the bottom of the paper and place all six pieces of crepe paper along the bottom of your cardstock.
Step 4: Bend your jack-0-lantern into a circle, connecting the ends together. Place two staples at the top and bottom of the windsock to join the ends together.
Step 5: Cut a length of green cardstock 1-inch by 11-inches. Place the strip inside the top of the windsock and attach it with a staple. Then staple the opposite end of the green strip to the opposite end of the windsock.