Pumpkin Handprint Craft for Halloween

Get ready to celebrate the spooky season with thrilling and enjoyable Halloween activities for kids! As the spooky season approaches, it’s time to bring out the paint and let the creativity flow. Download our free pumpkin handprint craft template below, and embark on a memorable journey of crafting together.

This delightful pumpkin handprint activity is perfect for creating a non-scary Halloween keepsake that the kids will adore.

Embrace the messiness and cherish the joyful moments as you bring this craft to life.

Let the Halloween fun begin with these captivating holiday activities for kids!

pumpkin handprint crafts

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Handprint pumpkin fun

You probably have all of the supplies to make this fun little pumpkin handprint.

Supplies needed

How to use

Print out the template below, it will print out on three full pages and will print out landscape. Make sure to check the printer settings.

If you are printing on colored paper please only print the first page. The second and third pages are the Halloween stickers, and these will definitely look better printed on white paper.

This pumpkin template printable is free to print but is for personal and classroom use only. Scroll to the bottom of the post and add your email address to get the pdf file.

You can of course print this on normal printer paper, but with all of our crafts, they always look better on cardstock.

The first page is the pumpkin handprint template.

pumpkin handprint template

The other two pages are stickers that you can cut around and add to the pumpkin handprint craft.

halloween stickers

Grab the supplies above and get creating!

Let the kids decide what color handprints they want to use. We opted for the traditional orange for our pumpkin.

hand and orange paint

Use a small paintbrush to add a thin layer of paint to their hands. Make sure you have the wipes handy!!

2 orange handprints

Cover their hands with paint and place their hands downward with the stalk at the top in the middle. With the eyes being in the middle of their palms.

Press down all along their hand to make sure the handprint transfers fully.

Pull the child’s hand up carefully making sure you don’t smudge the handprint.

Let it dry completely before adding googly eyes and stickers.

Cut out the stickers and let the kids decide whether they want to add them to this picture or to another one.

pumpkin handprint

The stickers will also look good as decorations on the trick-or-treat bags too.

Have fun with pumpkin bingo free printable too!

Other Halloween activities you are going to love:

Have even more fun with these fall crafts for kids:

As you still have the paint out why not download our free ghost handprint template too?

Download our free Halloween bookmarks printable and get creative with the kids. Or hand them out with some candy to the trick or treaters.

Have even more fun by creating your very own pumpkin playdough, it smells delicious!

If you are feeling creative this fall you are going to love all of our favorite Halloween crafts for kids.

Learn more about the pumpkin with our free life cycle of a pumpkin worksheets and our free pumpkin life cycle coloring page.

Have even more fun with your toddlers and preschoolers with these fun pumpkin fine motor mats.

To enhance the autumn learning experience for little ones, consider incorporating a preschool pumpkin classification and order activity. Which is an excellent way for kids to explore different sizes, colors, and patterns while developing their sorting and categorizing skills.

You are also going to enjoy our free pumpkin patch scavenger hunt.


halloween handprint templates

Need to print later? Add this to your Pinterest board or share it on Facebook. You’ll have it handy whenever you’re ready to use it!

Download the free pumpkin handprint template

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)

Last Updated on 10 July 2024 by Clare Brown

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