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4 Halloween Paper Cup Craft Ideas

Updated: Jun 10

I love how Halloween has such a wide range of decor and craft ideas. But finding inexpensive decor ideas can be hard. Here are 4 ways to use simple, inexpensive paper cups to create fun halloween crafts, decor and treat cups.

Vampire Stationary Holder

Halloween craft Vampire paper cup stationary holder

Materials:

Halloween craft Vampire paper cup stationary holder

-1 White paper cup

– Green paper

– Black paper

– White paper

– Scissors

– Cutter

– Pencil/Marker

-Glue Stick

Method:

Step 1: Cut the green paper in the shape of the white paper cup to cover the surface area. If you have a green paper cup you can skip this step completely.

Step 2: Sketch out any shape of bat wings you prefer and cut them out

Step 3: Measure the circumference of the top of the cup and cut out a circle shape of the same size with black chart paper.

Vampire paper cup stationary holder

Step 4: Stick the black circle shape in the top of the cup to cover the whole.

Step 5: Make a whole with a cutter at the bottom of the cup.

Step 6: Cut two eyes and fangs/teeth/mouth with the white chart paper.

Step 7: Piece it all together. Stick the green paper around the cup, add the bat wings on both sides and stick on the eyes and the fangs.

You could add stationary or even some flowers and add them around the house for that spooky halloween touch.

Trick Or Treat Witch Hat Cup

Halloween craft Trick or Treat Witch Hat Cup using paper cups

Materials:

Trick or Treat Witch Hat Cup using paper cups

-1 White paper cup

– Orange paper

– Black paper

– Scissors

– Pencil/Marker

– Glue Stick

– Paper Tape

Method:

Step 1: Cut the orange paper in the shape of the white paper cup to cover the surface area, if you have an orange paper cup you can skip this step completely.

Step 2: Using a black pen or a marker, write ‘Trick Or Treat’ in the centre of the orange paper.

Step 3: Measure the circumference of the top of the cup and cut out a circle shape of the same size with black chart paper.

Step 4: Cut out a square shape of black chart paper and roll that into a cone.

Step 5: Put the witch hat together by sticking the black paper cone shape on the black circle paper with some tape on the inside of the cone.

Step 6: Put it all together! Cover the paper cup with the orange paper and your done! The witch hat becomes the lid of the cup.

Halloween craft Trick or Treat Witch Hat Cup using paper cups

This trick or treat halloween cup is ideal for surprise snacks, notes, goodies for the kiddos or pass them around as treat cups in your buildings and neighbourhood.

Cup Ghosts with Glowing Noses

Paper cup ghosts with glowing noses

Materials:

Paper cup ghosts with glowing noses

-1 White paper cup

– Tea light candle (battery operated)

– Black paper

– Scissors

– Pencil/Marker

– Glue Stick

Method:

Step 1: Poke a hole in the centre of the white cup.

Step 2: Use black paper to cut out a mouth and eyes for your little ghost.

Step 3: Stick on the mouth and the eyes using the glue stick on the cup.

Step 4: Stick the tea light candle tip through the hole in the paper cup, put a piece of tape to hold the tea light candle in place. There you have the cutest ghosts with glowing noses.

As halloween decor you could place several of these outside your home or inside to add to the festivities.

Bat Drink Cups

Paper cup bat drinking cups

Materials:

Paper cup bat drinking cups

-1 White paper cup

– Black paper

– White paper

– Scissors

– Pencil/Marker

– Glue Stick

Method:

Step 1: Cut the black paper in the shape of the white paper cup to cover the surface area, if you have a black paper cup you can skip this step completely.

Step 2: Sketch out any shape of bat wings you prefer and cut them out

Step 3: Cut two eyes and fangs/teeth/mouth with the white chart paper.

Step 4: Piece it all together. Stick the black paper around the cup, add the bat wings on both sides and stick on the eyes and the fangs.

You could serve your guests or kids in these cups through this spooky season!

I hope you try some of these ideas and if you do please don’t forget to tag me on Instagram @buildingahoneycomb .

If you’re looking for more Autumn/Halloween Ideas be sure to check out my Autumn Self-care Bucket List.

See you next week!

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