Spooky Light Figures

Spooky Lights

  • Difficulty Level
    Difficulty Level
  • Age
    7 to 11 years
  • Who`s crafting?
    Who`s crafting?
    Parents with kids
  • Theme
    Fun and games

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  • print out the attached document
  • 2 x A4 size sheet of wax paper/ baking paper
  • torch / flashlight


  • a handy Pritt glue stick
  • scissors


Halloween is a festival, which is celebrated in many countries on the 31 of October. It is a day that we are all meant to remember the dead. The most famous of Halloween traditions is: trick or treating which is where children go from house to house and ask a question: “trick or treat?”. The owner of the house has a choice: they can give a treat to the children in the form of candy or the children will play a trick on the owners house.  The owners nearly always give out treats, as they do not want any tricks played on them or their property.  Children will be dressed in a Halloween costumes when trick or treating. Today we will make Spooky light figure lantern which can be used on Halloween.



Step 1

Cut out all the images in the documents that have been printed out.


Step 2

Fold all the triangles on image 1 at a 90° angle, as shown in the picture.


Step 3

Glue the two sides of image 1 together.


Page 3



Step 4

Glue image 1 to image 2, as shown in the picture. This is the base of the lantern.


Step 5

Place your torch into the center of the base of the lantern, as shown in the picture.


Step 6

Glue the first sheet of wax paper around the base of the lantern, as seen in the photo.




Step 7

Glue your scary images onto the outside of the wax paper.


Step 8

Now glue the second sheet of wax paper around the base of the lantern, as seen in the photo.

Step 9

Glue image 3 to the base of the lantern as to make a skirting. The last step it to glue image 4 around the skirting.

And that is it!

You are ready to have some scary fun.

We would love to see pictures of your scary lantern. You can ask your mum or dad to post your pictures on our Facebook wall at “Pritt world”.

Tips and tricks:

We would use white waxpaper for making your scary lantern.