Care for some spooky cute? Check these Halloween cootie catchers – or fortune tellers however you want to call them!
Cootie catchers are fun to make and even more fun to play with – I’ve created 8 spooky ones and 2 of them you can grab for free!
So the pack includes 8 cootie catchers, most come with arms and other props to make them look even cooler.
Introducing the Halloween Monsters
Frankenstein and Mummy
Two very scary monsters!
Black cat & Skeleton
Black cats are in no way scary (and certainly not bringers of bad luck) so this fortune teller is a must. Accompanied with the skeleton it’s the perfect scary duo.
Werewolf and Ghost
If you ask me werewolf is the scariest monster of them all, I don’t know why but I always found them a bit terrifying – on the other hand I totally love wolves. Ghost being number two on my personal most scary list. Creepy!!!
Free Vampire and Pumpkin Halloween Cootie Catchers
We really can’t talk about Halloween without spooky pumpkins can we? And the adorable blood-sucking vampires!
These two cooties are awailable as a free download – be sure to give them a go!
If you’ll love these two and want more spooky fun you can buy them as an instant download.
10 thoughts on “Halloween Cootie Catchers – Origami for Kids”
These are super cute! I can’t wait to do them!
These are very cute and I was really excited to use them in my class. However, while my credit card was charged the $3.99, I did not receive an email with the document. Please rectify this as soon as possible.
I apologize for the delay and have rectified the issue :). Have fun with the cootie catchers!
I purchased this for a Halloween craft and need them by tomorrow (10/26/16). Please let me know if you can fill this order or if you will refund me.
Hi Carol! As this is a digital file you get the prompt with the option to download your file as soon as you pay. You should also receive the confirmation email with your receipt that also includes a download link so you can get to your files anytime you want. On rare occasion the email with receipt gets lost or finds it’s way to spam folder (the receipt is from “Gumroad”). I can resend the receipt, but would need the email address you used to pay with or name on your card – do send that info over to info @ easypeasyandfun.com
LOVE these! Can’t wait to make a few of them with the kids!
They’re 4th the cutest things I’ve ever seen in my whole life.
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I seem to be the only person in the world that can’t figure out how to fold these.
Is there a tutorial?
No worries you are not. Origami can be hard to “describe with pictures” sometimes. I will be adding videos soon for these but for now I have a video with folding instructions available for a shark cootie catcher here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07aiLtUm_CI
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