This beautiful jack-o’-lantern marble painting is a fun and easy art project that you can make with your kids to celebrate Halloween. No carvings tools required for this craft. Play some kid-friendly Halloween music and get moving while you create this spooktacular jack-o’-lantern painting! Check out the details below!
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Supplies for Jack-O’-Lantern Marble Painting
- Pumpkin template
- Tray, plastic bin or recycled box
- White cardstock
- Jack-o’-lantern faces template
- Glue stick or white liquid glue
- Foil cardstock (green)
- Orange paint
- Cricut (optional)
- First, you need to download, print and cut the free pumpkin template (see supplies). Trace it on white cardstock then cut it out. If you have a Cricut, find a pumpkin image then cut it.
- Next, tape the pumpkin inside of a box, plastic bin or tray.
- Add a few drops of orange paint inside of the container with the pumpkin. We used different shades of the color orange but using only one color is fine.
- Let your child drop a few marbles inside of the container. Tilt the container to move the marbles around to paint the paper. Play some Halloween music and have fun!
- Once your child is finished, carefully remove the pumpkin then set it aside to dry.
- While your pumpkin is drying, download, print and cut the free jack-o’-lantern faces (see supplies).
- Finally, glue the stems and faces to the pumpkin to complete your jack-o’-lantern marble painting.
We had so much fun creating our jack-o’-lantern painting. My 3 year old loved picking out his own face for his pumpkin and making silly faces while crafting. This is a great activity for strengthening cutting skills as well as fine motor skills. Make sure to assist smaller children who are still learning how to use scissors and glue.
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