There are a variety of recycled Halloween crafts that kids, and even adults, will enjoy making. Check out this long list of Halloween crafts that you can make by recycling items you might normally throw away. If you want even more Halloween crafts, sign up for my 31 Days of Halloween Crafts and Activities.
This little pumpkin is made by recycling a bottle cap and decorating it with a chenille stem.
Use this project sheet to recycle a glass jar into a tasty looking candle or treat holder.
Discover how easy it is to use cardboard to create great tombstones you can use for Halloween decorations and haunted house props.
Discover how easy it is to make ghosts you can decorate your yard with using old bed sheets.
Grab an old jar and learn how you can decorate it to look like an adorable pumpkin.
This project sheet, shared by Donna, explains how to craft this pumpkin out of several plastic grocery bags.
Learn how you can create a fun Halloween party treat favor using toilet paper roll and some tissue.
Follow the directions on this project sheet and you can make a variety of spiders using these directions, a toilet paper roll, and hand prints.
You can recycle old CDs, or anything round, into jack-o-lanterns you can hang up in your windows. You can also attach magnets to the back so you can hang them on a refrigerator.
You can use a spent light bulb, or even a florescent bulb, to create a mummy that is wrapped in used dryer fabric softener sheets.