This DIY Fang Necklace is a fun kid’s craft for Halloween! And my toothless little guy is the perfect model!
(Sorry he wouldn’t hold still for the picture…LOL)
We’ve been making lots of Halloween crafts lately to get ready for one of the best days of the year! I love that Reed is finally at an age where he enjoys participating in these little projects.
This necklace is super easy to make! Reed pretty much did it all by himself. Years ago we made this Candy Corn Necklace for Halloween which is another fun idea to try!
You can grab your own Pennant Wood Veneer Shapes HERE.
Materials needed for DIY Fang Necklace
Pennant Wood Veneer Shapes
White acrylic craft paint
Begin by painting your wood shapes with white acrylic craft paint. It will take about 2 coats to completely cover depending on your brand of paint. Allow to the triangles to completely dry between each coat. Don’t forget to paint the backs and the edges!
Pro tip: Use cupcake liners to hold paint! Allows for quick and easy clean up!
Once your fangs are dry, you will string them up on the thread.
Simply tie the ends together and you are all done! You can use ribbon or twine if you want. You may need to expand the holes a bit to allow for the extra material.
Reed thought this project was great – especially since we just saw Hotel Transylvania 2!! He loves Count Dracula…LOL
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Isn’t he the cutest little vampire ever?! I just love that little tooth gap he has now! I have to say I am slightly biased…
What are you making with your kids this Halloween? Share pictures of your Halloween craft ideas in our Facebook group!