If you’re looking for some cute vampire crafts to make with the kids, then this post is for you! We have a list of super easy and fun ideas that will make your Halloween extra spooky (but not scary).
Vampires are one of the most iconic Halloween characters. They’re dark and mysterious, and often, they’re portrayed as lurking, scary beings on the prowl.
Vampire Crafts For Kids
But you’ll find none of that scary stuff here. In fact, we’ve rounded up 17 of the most adorable little vampires you’ve ever seen including a paper plate vampire craft!
If you’ve got a rainy October afternoon on your hands, these crafts are perfect! Take stock of your craft supplies, most of these utilize things you likely have on hand like paper plates, popsicle sticks, paper cups, yarn, card stock, construction paper, rocks, paper bag, googly eyes, wooden spoons or cardboard tubes.
17 Cute Vampire Crafts For Kids
Don't worry there is nothing scary here, just adorable vampire crafts for kids to make this Halloween.
Vampirina Paper Lantern
This cute paper lantern is based on Vampirina from Disney Junior. This adorable craft is perfect for any kid who loves the show. Hang it in their room, add it to your Halloween decor, or make a birthday party decoration!
These vampire donuts will look cute on the dessert table at your Halloween party. They're easier to make than you think, using a boxed cake mix, icing, candy melts, and a few embellishments.
Vampire Corner Bookmarks
This vampire corner bookmark is ready to take a bite out of your book! What a fun way to save your spot in your favorite spooky reads. These Halloween bookmarks make for perfect party favors.
Bobble Head Vampire Craft
Kids will have a blast making this bobblehead vampire. You don't need any unique materials—just cardstock, markers, googly eyes, glue, and scissors. The printable template makes this a cinch to put together.
Halloween Salt Dough Handprints
Who knew vampire handprints could be so adorable? Try this vampire craft with your kids, and they'll have a blast making vampire handprints that are perfect for hanging as Halloween decor! They'll create adorable keepsakes to look back on in years to come.
Vampire Wooden Spoon Puppets – Halloween Crafts for Kids
Kids and adults alike will enjoy making these wooden spoon vampires. It involves a little bit of painting, a little bit of drawing, and requires a bit of fabric, so it's perfect for older kids, tweens, and teens, too. Won't these look cute in a jar at your Halloween get-together?
Vampire Painted Rocks
This vampire craft is perfect for older kids! Pair them with a spooky story while the kids paint, or have everyone use their vampire rocks and tell a spooky story after they're finished.
Vampire Coloring Page
If you're looking for vampire coloring pages, these are cute and simple vampire drawings suitable for kids of all ages. Little ones can simply color in the page as is, and older ones can try making line art over the vampire image as you see in the picture. They're perfect to color on Halloween day before the trick or treating begins!
Cardboard Tube Vampire
This vampire toilet paper roll craft makes a great Halloween prop! The vampire is made from simple materials and won't even require a trip to the craft store. All you need is a cardboard tube for the vampire's head and some cardstock for the cape and bowtie.
These vampire lollipops make great party favors or Halloween treats for your trick or treaters. Make them with fabric and craft foam as you see here, or use inexpensive red and black paper napkins from the Dollar Tree if you need to make lots of them on a budget.
Paper Plate Vampire Craft
This vampire craft uses simple materials—3 paper plates, some paint, googly eyes, and cardstock for the hair, ears, eyebrows, mouth, and fangs. It's a vampire craft your kids can make without much help. We recommend printing out vampire fangs on cardstock for them to cut out with safety scissors, though!
Popsicle Stick Vampire Craft
With some popsicle sticks, paint, felt, and googly eyes, you can create vampire decorations to set out for your party or in your classroom. Add another craft stick at the bottom to turn them into puppets, or put a magnet on the back to hang them on the fridge.
Paper Cup Vampire Craft
You can create vampire crafts from paper cups and battery-operated tealights to make some spooky decorations this year. This vampire craft requires you to paint the cup, carve out a hole for his tealight nose, add googly eyes, and draw the rest of his features. It's a terrific project for your older kids and tweens. They'll be proud of their vampire cup that's ready to add to the party table.
These origami vampires are super easy to make and will look adorable hanging in your classroom or home. This vampire craft requires no glue and no scissors work, so it's perfect for making with a class.
Paper Plate Vampire Haircut Craft
If you're looking for super creative vampire crafts to make with your kids, look no further than this vampire haircut craft! You'll need the usual paper plate craft materials with lots of black yarn to boot. The kids will get a kick out of cutting and styling his hair to make him look dapper (or funny).
Printable Vampire Bat Pumpkin Craft
A vampire bat pumpkin is a fun take on a Halloween staple! The printable template has all the paper pieces you'll need to assemble the vampire pumpkin. Just add paper fasteners so that his handprint wings will be movable. It's a keepsake and a craft in one!
Vampire Paper Bag Puppet
Create a silly vampire puppet using a paper bag and craft supplies.
If you’re looking for a creative and easy craft to do with your kids this Halloween, these vampire crafts are perfect. From simple cardboard tube vampires to more complex ones like the vampire haircut craft, we’ve got something for all skill levels! We hope you have some fun crafting today with the kids. Which of these cute little vampires will you make first?
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