There’s nothing scary about making this Halloween craft! It’s the easiest Frankenstein craft around!
Out of all of the Halloween characters that you can make, I think Frankenstein is my favorite.
While the movie version isn’t on my must-watch list, including a Frankenstein craft in our fall crafts agenda is a definite must.
Honestly, I like to make some Frankenstein cookies while I’m putting these little guys together every year.
It makes the experience sweeter!
I also like making Frankie’s BFF, the toilet paper roll ghost. Doesn’t everyone need a friend?!
Making a Frankenstein Craft for Halloween
This easy Frankenstein craft is adorable and easy to make.
You don’t even need any special materials; just gather an empty toilet paper roll, some construction paper, glue, scissors, and a marker, and you’re set!
Since some of the pieces of construction paper – especially the white and the black – don’t have to be big, I like to dig around in my paper scrap pile to use leftover pieces instead of cutting up a whole new piece.
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If you don’t save your scraps of paper, I highly recommend it!
It will save you a ton of money and be much less wasteful in the long run!
I store my scraps in a gallon-size zippered plastic bag, but you can store them in a folder or legal-size envelope as well.
While I made the eyes out of paper, you could also use googly eyes to make them as well.
I find that sometimes the larger googly eyes don’t stick on toilet paper rolls quite as nicely because of the curved surface, but you do you!
Printable Frankenstein Craft Directions
If you’d like to print out the directions, just click on the print button in the card below.
You’ll be able to take your Frankenstein craft directions with you to school, Scouts, or wherever else you’ll be making it!
Can’t you just see your students making an adorable Frankie toilet paper roll craft in between Halloween math activities?!
Show Us Your Craft!
Did you try your hand at making one? We’d love to see how it turned out! Snap a photo and tag us on Instagram @ThatKidsCraftSite! We can’t wait to celebrate your creativity!