Lolly Pop Ghost
Cut 2 squares of white material approximately 10cm x 10cm. Lay them down so that the top piece is rotated 45 degrees to the bottom, giving you 8 points. Place a lolly pop in the centre and gather the material up around it. Tie with a piece of white wool. Stick or draw on eyes and a mouth. To make arms gather up part of the material and tie with more wool.
Recommended for age 7+ (or 4+ with help).
Make skull shapes from salt dough (you can do this by hand or by using a skull shaped cookie cutter). Use brightly coloured paint to decorate your skull in the style of the Mexican Day of the Dead.
Recommended for age 8+ (or 3+ with help).
In Mexico decorated sugar skulls are used as part of the Day of the Dead festival. Make a skull shape from fondant icing or white chocolate moulding paste. Use icing pens and small sweets to decorate.
Recommended for age 4+ (or 3+ with help).
Use split pins to attach together, making sure the hole is slightly lose. When you swing your skeleton the arms and legs will sway as though he is dancing.
Recommended for age 5+ (or 4+ with help).
Decorate biscuits to make Halloween skeletons and spiders.
Recommended for age 7+.