Ghoulish Halloween Sun Catchers

Crafts & Activities / 13 October, 2020 / Nanny Anita

Ghoulish Halloween Sun Catchers

Last year EC, YC and I spent a very pleasant afternoon making some autumn sun catchers. YC enjoyed it so much she asked the other day if we could do it again. As we had a free afternoon I set it all up for after doing her spellings. I find that having things like this set up near to the where we do homework really helps speed that process up.

Make sure you follow my Halloween board on Pinterest for more ideas and don’t forget to pin the Pin at the bottom.

You will need:

  • Filter paper
  • Felt tip pens
  • Spray bottle
  • Scissors
  • Pencil

I highly recommend that you cover your table with a cloth so that you don’t spoil it. This craft can get rather messy.


First colour in the filter paper. YC and I tried to keep to the Halloween spirit by sticking to reds, purples, oranges and blacks.

YC may have gone slightly over the top with the water.

YC may have gone slightly over the top with the water.

When you have finished, spray the paper with water and watch all the colours begin to run. The pens YC and I used were great at separating out into all the colours that they were made up off. However, some pens don’t work so well. I have found that Crayola pens don’t have such a brilliant effect.

I honestly thing that YC would have done this all night, but we did need to pack up for supper. At one point she flatly refused so I promised her we would finish it the next day.

Once the paper has dried, draw on your ghost and cut it out.

Finally stick them up on a window to create your ghostly Halloween scene.


While YC was drawing on her filter paper she created a very eerie effect by just drawing lines. It looked like bolts of ethereal lightening. I really loved how this looked so tried it myself on a few of the bits of filter paper.


Pin for later:

Ghoulish Ghost Sun Catchers. Halloween Craft.


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