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How to Make a Halloween Pumpkin Paper Basket

Creative Time with Janet and Kids | 10/7/2018

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This is the start of a new project called "Creative Time with Janet and Kids" where I do creative activities like drawing, doodling, and paper crafting together with my children. There will be instructions with pictures, videos, and printables so you can follow along and do the creative activities with us.

 

Make a Halloween Pumpkin Paper Basket

 

What you need:

 

Halloween Pumpkin Paper Basket templates

Construction Paper or Cardstock

Scissors

Glue

Paints for the black and white templates

 

Recommended products

 

Pacon Tru-Ray Construction Paper, 12-Inches by 18-Inches, 50-Count, White (103058)Pacon Tru-Ray Construction Paper, 12-Inches by 18-Inches, 50-Count, White (103058)Neenah Cardstock, 8.5Neenah Cardstock, 8.5AmazonBasics Multipurpose Scissors - 3-PackAmazonBasics Multipurpose Scissors - 3-PackElmer's All Purpose School Glue Sticks, Washable, 30 Pack, 0.24-ounce sticksElmer's All Purpose School Glue Sticks, Washable, 30 Pack, 0.24-ounce sticksCrayola 68-4012 Colored Pencils, 12-Count, Pack of 2, Assorted ColorsCrayola 68-4012 Colored Pencils, 12-Count, Pack of 2, Assorted ColorsRoseArt SuperTip Assorted Color Washable Markers 100-PackRoseArt SuperTip Assorted Color Washable Markers 100-Pack

 

 

How to:

 

1. Download either the colored or black and white Halloween Pumpkin Paper Basket template which you will find below. There is a cute and a spooky version available.

2. Cut out the template. If you use the black and white version, color it. You can also print the black and white versions on colored paper if you like.

3. Then fold along the dashed lines and glue together.

4. Now cut out one of the orange paper stripes. This will be the handle.

5. Stick on the orange paper stripe.

 

Your Halloween Pumpkin Paper Basket is finished! Fill it with candy!

 

 

Free Halloween Pumpkin Paper Basket Templates

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