1. You can mummify pretty much anything with crepe paper or toilet paper.

via A Three Hat Day

2. Throw some hay and a ping pong ball in a box for a game of “Find the eyeball in the haystack”.

via Meaningful Mama

3. Stick googly eyes onto clear bowls (then fill with something orange).

via Catch My Party

4. Make a quick and creepy photo booth backdrop with spider webs and streamers. 

via Handmade Hilarity 

5. Hang orange and black balloons from the ceiling with crepe paper...

via Woo Home

6. ...or make an enormously eerie spider.

via Southern Revivals 

7. Be the hostess with the most(est) bugs on your legs in this kid-friendly class party get-up.

via Goes Lightly 

8. Use a black Sharpie to work some magic on pre-packaged fruit cups.

via The Sweatman Family

9. Transform your teacher’s door into a mummy with white crepe paper.

via Honey and Fitz

10. Stuff surgical gloves with simple kid-friendly treats. 

via The Queen's Card Castle

11. Sprinkle plastic spiders over white powdered donut holes...

via Family Fresh Meals 

12. ...or add them to ice cube trays before freezing.

via Love This Pic

13. Give any drink a spooky jack-o-lantern smile with contact paper...

via Paper Jewels

14. ...and use dollar store cups adorned with googly eyes for some seriously scary sipping.

via Home Making Hacks

15. Use grapes for spider eggs (you’ll never look at grapes the same way again, we promise).

via It's all FiddleFart

16. Anything wrapped in cheese cloth looks scary. Yes, even apple sauce pouches.

via The Nerd's Wife

17. No cheese cloth? No problem. Medical gauze can be pretty creepy, too.

via Bento Lunch

18. Make the teacher’s desk wicked scary with some striped stalkings and shoes.

via Bubble Gum and Duct Tape

19. All those toilet paper tubes you’ve been saving? Use them to make this simple bat craft.

via Molly Moo Crafts 

20. Use a stapler to attach printable tags to allergy-friendly snack packs.

via Room Parent 

21. Old tissue boxes make perfect feel boxes (no boogers allowed!).

via Basic Grey

22. Use pool noodles to make creepy decorations, like a giant spider or witch legs.

via Create Craft Love 

23. Coffee filters make great ghost lollipops…

via Room Parent

24. …and spider webs, too.

via Artful Parent

25. Transform boring old donuts into vampires with a few plastic fangs and candy eyeballs.

via Eighteen Twenty Five

26. Got pumpkins? Then you got game(s). Just roll 'em, paint 'em, or toss rings on 'em.  

via Meaningful Mama

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