Halloween Craft Video Round-up

It’s that time again! We rounded up some great library craft videos from across the internet that are perfect for Halloween.

Whether they are doing in-person craft events or take-and-make kits, these libraries share their creative crafts for the spooky season.

Photograph of the finished cauldron. The cauldron is glowing green in the dark with orange embers underneath.

DIY Spooky Witch's Cauldron - Bubbling Cauldron with Glowing Coals

New York's Fayetville Library goes all out with this glowing Witch's Cauldron. Although this might not be a last-minute craft, it can be a fun addition to any in-person Halloween programs you have planned. 

Photograph of five completed Crystal Ball Candlesticks. They have black bases and glass balls with skeleton hand decorations.

Crystal Ball Candlesticks

Using candlesticks, recycled glass bowls and spooky decor, Gail Borden Library in Illinois created these Crystal Ball Candlesticks. This craft program is great for all ages. 

Photograph of a completed Witch Broom Candy Bag made of a paper bag.

Witch Broom Candy Bag

For a quick craft, this take-and-make kit from Pennyslvania's Scott Township Library only uses a few materials. 


Photograph of a completed spiderweb macrame. The spider is hanging down the center of the orange macrame loop.

Halloween Spiderweb Macrame

Perfect for older kids and teens, this spiderweb macrame from Johnsburg Public Library in Illinois is a great DIY home decor project for Halloween.


Photograph of librarian smiling next to completed scarecrow book buddy. The librarian is holding the book "The Little Scarecrow Boy" by Margaret Wise Brown

Scarecrow Book Buddies

For something on the cuter side, the scarecrow book buddy, offered as a take-and-make kit from Oregon's Independence Public Library, is a fun fall time craft for kids. 


Photograph of two completed coffee filter bats. The bats are black with colorful watercolor paint.

Coffee Filter Bats

Looking for that last-minute craft? You only need four materials to make these coffee filter bats! Courtesy of the Hawaii State Public Library System, these bats can be a quick take-and-make kit or in-person craft. 


Have a spooky craft you'd like to share? Comment below!