This Halloween button crafts roundup is the perfect post to scroll for endless project ideas!
Halloween is right around the corner, and it’s time to start planning some spooky, sweet, and fun activities. If you’re looking for an easy and affordable craft project to do with kids or adults alike, you’ll love this roundup of Halloween button crafts! From jack-o-lantern decorations to custom apparel accents, this collection of cute and creative projects offer limitless possibilities for crafting with buttons. Colorful, quirky, and attention-grabbing, these creative ideas will inspire you to bust out the buttons and get crafting this Halloween season. With clear step-by-step instructions and helpful tips, you’ll be able to easily put together your own Halloween button project in no time. So what are you waiting for? Grab your buttons and get started on one of these super cute and crafty Halloween creations!
The other day I whipped up a fall card…
and decided to use buttons as pumpkins (even though they look more like a tangerine.)
and the buttons were all over the table and the kids started creating with them and created this fun pumpkin-shaped one…
I remembered how I once did a roundup of button crafts to do for CHRISTMAS
and thought it was probably time that I created one for Halloween since it’s my favorite holiday!
That is how this whole post was birthed….(and lucky I didn’t have to wait 9 months for it to grow.)
Halloween button crafts roundup
This roundup is so fun because lots of these projects can be made pretty inexpensively! You can buy buttons in BULK on Amazon and then pick up a frame or canvas from Dollar Tree!
Remember to click on the title above the picture to take you to the original post and the info. (Keep in mind I created this post 8 years ago and linked some projects to blogs that are no longer live! So some don’t have links anymore! Sorry!)
Halloween home decor made with buttons
Pumpkin art: A pumpkin and a princess
The perfect pumpkin art that you can leave up from Halloween through Thankgsiving.
This could go in the kid’s craft category as well! Such a cute idea!
(I can no longer find the source! Please let me know if this belongs to you so I can link it properly)
Such a cute piece of art! If you did all yellow you could create a moon!
Pumpkin buttons Halloween card: me and my inklings
A perfect card to tie onto a cute gift!
This cute card is so darling I think it needs to be made into a canvas print!
You could even add in some buttons for the ghost eyes.
Not a card- but still using card stock- I love the button spider and bats!
Such a cute transformation and with sunflower seeds!
I think this would make the most darling trick or treat bag!
I couldn’t decide what category this should go under! I’m sure kids would love making these too!
A charm bracelet wtih loads of buttons with a few Halloween themed charms! Skeletons, spiders, ghosts etc!
I would use a fake jack O lantern so I could reuse this year after year!
Halloween kid’s button crafts
These cute little bats will be darling all over your house!
Add a magnet on the back of buttons and place these on your front door or fridge!
This would be a great motor skill activity to add wire up through the button holes!
Sewing Button projects
This little embroidery spider is absolutely darling!
A pumpkin made of felt flowers and buttons! How cute!
How cute would this be on a sweatshirt or a pillow?
I could sew up about 100 of these and put them all around the house!
A cute broach! I would love this pinned to my coat!
Too busy to get crafting today? No problem! Pin this post to remind yourself about this project later! Sharing my projects helps me reach more people, allowing me to continue sharing free content!
- Floating ghost from dollar tree
- paper towel roll
- black felt
- small pumpkin, flowers, etc
- hot glue gun
- Take apart the ghost. Snip off pieces so you have two seperate items
- Hot glue or tape ghost head to top of the paper towel roll
- Add fabric back over. Place face on the back of the head and glue fabric over
- Cut out circles out of felt and hot glue to the ghost
- Bend arms how you want them. Add in pumpkin or any embellishments.
Add tea light or candle underneath your ghosts for a spooky element!