I think Dracula needs a haircut! Vampire haircut is a fun Halloween craft that will turn a scary vampire into a silly looking one. It is also a simple, hands on activity for toddlers and preschoolers. An activity that will help little ones work on their fine motor skills, while threading yarn through holes, as well as develop scissors cutting skills.
Check out more easy crafts for kids!
Vampire haircut Halloween craft
This post contains affiliate links
- paper plate
- purple acrylic paint
- paint brush
- big googly eyes
- white cardstock paper
- black marker
- hole punch
- black yarn
- red cupcake liners
Step 1: Start by painting the paper plate purple and let it dry. Once it has dried, you can glue on the googly eyes.
Step 2: Cut 3 little triangles from white cardstock paper and glue them on the paper plate. You can also use a black marker to draw a little straight line just above the fangs.
Step 3: Fold a cupcake liner into a triangle shape and staple it at the bottom of the paper plate. Do the same with a second cupcake liner and you have now a nice bow tie.
Step 4: Punch holes along the top edge of the paper plate.
Step 5: Thread strips of yarn through the holes.
Have fun giving Dracula a nice haircut! The shorter the hair the sillier he will look.
My preschooler loved this craft and I think I might turn this into a Halloween haircut series. I’ll just have to figure out what other Halloween character needs a haircut. Frankenstein? What about a witch? This will be so much fun! Let me know if you can think of someone else who needs a haircut.
MORE HALLOWEEN CRAFTS FOR KIDS: