With Halloween falling on a school day this year, I was keen to make the most of Halloween activities during half term. The UK is still playing catch up when it comes to Halloween celebrations. Although as each year goes by we are making more of an effort. This does mean that accessing activities and craft ideas are becoming easier.
This year we discovered glow in the dark Hama Beads. Available within a range of different sets we decided to have some fun creating spooky ghosts, spiders, and webs. Ready to decorate the house next week for Trick or Treaters.
Get creative this Halloween with Hama Beads
The Hama Halloween kits are a Franken-tastic way to keep children busy during this year’s spooky celebrations. Take a break from the Hocus Pocus and while away the witching hour by making your own wicked designs – perfect for pumpkin parties, decorating haunted houses or spooktacular keepsakes.
Hama Beads Glow in the Dark Beads Activity Pack – Be the ghostest with the mostest and carve out some ghoulishly brilliant decorations that glow-in-the-dark! From cats to cauldrons, skeletons to scarecrows – the possibilities are endless. The set includes 1,500 glow-in-the-dark beads, three small pegboards, printed design sheet, instructions and ironing paper.
Hama Beads Glow In The Dark Blister Pack – Bats off to this compact creepy craft pack. The perfect gift for trick or treaters or for creating some BOO-tiful bone-chilling designs, kids can have a scream with these pocket-money packs which include 300 beads, pegboard and ironing paper.
After making a range of Halloween themed Hama Beads creations. Roo brought some of her other others down for us to incorporate into designs. As well as using some of the left over glow in the dark Hama Beads. Personally, I’m loving the Minecraft inspired creation that Tigger made.
What Halloween activities do you get up to?
Disclosure: We received a selection of Hama Beads FOC for the purpose of review