Halloween is the spooky time of year. Make a hollowed-out pumpkin lantern. Carve a face on one side of the pumpkin lantern. DIY Halloween Celebrations. Carve a face on one side of the pumpkin and stand it outside your home with a lit candle inside. The golden candlelight will shine through the dark! For ghoulish fun try making this very squidgy Halloween game. Your friends will enjoy plenty of laughs searching for green gunge for spiders and worms. The glow in the dark character worm is made from oven bake glow clay. You could make some to put in trick or treat boxes. Open them in the dark to enjoy the glow!

You will need:

DIY Halloween Celebrations

  • Bowl
  • Water
  • Green food coloring
  • Wallpaper glue
  • A selection of plastic toads and spiders
  • Oven bake glow clay
  • Pumpkin
  • Knife
  • Candle

Steps to follow:

Step # 1

DIY Halloween Celebrations

Half fill a large bowl with water. Add enough food coloring to turn the water dark green. Sprinkle 3 to 4 tablespoons of wallpaper glue onto the water. Allow the wallpaper glue to sink to the bottom and then stir gently with the spoon until the mixture is sloppy and thick.


Step # 2

DIY Halloween Celebrations

Add the spiders and toads and the game is ready to play. Take turns to feel through the gunge and guess which creature you are dishing out.


Step # 3

DIY Halloween Celebrations

Make the cute little glow in the dark worm with special oven bake glow clay. Make the body first, and then form it into the worm shape. Make a number of small ball shapes in dark green and flatten them. Press them onto the worm. Make a hat and place it on the worm’s head. Bake the completed model according to the manufacturer’s instructions. You could stand the finished worm on a shelf as an ornament or turn him into a fridge magnet or brooch.

DIY Halloween Celebrations


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