How to Make Vampire Teeth/Fangs for Kids

How To Make Vampire Teeth For Kids

If a spooky vampire costume for Halloween is your plan for the weekend, then we have some great ideas for you! You’ll probably need vampire teeth and fangs to complete your costume. This post will guide you on how to make vampire fangs with household items that are readily available at home.

DIY Vampire Teeth/Vampire Fangs For Kids

Below mentioned is the step by step guide on how to make vampire teeth and fangs for your little one!

Using Plastic Fork

A simple yet creative way to make vampire’s teeth is by using a fork. Enjoy this fun DIY with kids!

What You Will Need

  • White plastic fork
  • Scissors
  • Nail filer
  • Straight cutting pliers


  • Remove the tail of the fork by breaking it.
  • Use a pair of scissors to straighten the edges so that it maintains a convenient length and smooth edges.
  • Use the cutting plier to cut the middle teeth from the fork. It should look like a proper tooth.
  • Next, round all the edges of the corner so that it doesn’t hurt when the kids wear them. And your scary vampire fangs are ready!

Using a Plastic Bottle

Haven’t you heard of this idea before? Come, let’s see how to make it!

What You Will Need

  • Pen
  • An empty plastic bottle (preferably a cola bottle)
  • A pair of scissors
  • Emery board


  • Clean the bottle well using soap water before starting with the project.
  • With the help of a pen draw a wide rectangle shape on that part of the bottle that is curved in shape.
  • While drawing the rectangle just keep this in mind that the entire set of vampire’s teeth will stretch from one canine tooth to the other canine teeth of your kid. Also, it will cover the area above the front two teeth.
  • Next, draw two vampire teeth that will come out from both the ends of the rectangle you have drawn.
  • Draw the teeth in a manner that looks curved towards inside.
  • Now use a pair of scissors to cut the teeth and use an emery board to soften out the rough edges of the teeth.
  • Now place the vampire teeth on your kid’s mouth on their teeth and hold it in place. And your vampire’s teeth are all set to be complemented with your vampire outfit.

Using White Friendly Plastic

A friendly way to make fake vampire teeth without glue!

What You Will Need

  • Hot water
  • Spoon
  • Cup
  • White friendly plastic


  • Take a small portion of the white friendly plastic into the cup.
  • Pour the hot water into the cup so that the plastic will start to melt.
  • Keep waiting till the plastic melts completely. Once the plastic has melted completely check whether there are any lumps left and also check the color of the plastic. If the plastic has melted properly, then it will turn completely clear.
  • Next, take the spoon and take the plastic out of the water and again divide it into two parts.
  • Take one of the plastic parts into the shape of a teardrop with the help of the spoon.
  • Place this teardrop on your kid’s canine teeth by applying pressure on the wider part of the teardrop plastic. Ensure that you apply enough pressure that the plastic sticks to your kid’s teeth, but be careful not to break or crack it.
  • Keep putting pressure until the plastic gets attached to your kid’s tooth without you holding it in place.
  • Next, ask your kid to bite down slowly to check if he can still close his mouth while the fangs are in.
  • Repeat the process and make another fang to be placed on the other canine teeth. If the plastic turns hard, then place it back into the cup and pour hot water again once it melts and is ready to place it firmly on the other canine.
  • After a few minutes, you’ll notice that the fangs will turn to become harder and will hold better in place.

Using Plaster of Paris

Learn how to make vampire fangs using plaster of Paris, a perfect way of making realistic vampire fangs!

What You Will Need

  • Aluminum foil
  • Plaster of Paris
  • Alginate for casting and moulding


  • Take the aluminum foil and cut it into the shape of your top teeth about 5 centimeters wide and shape it into a U-shape.
  • Place the foil inside your mouth and fold it around your top teeth to form a tray in the shape of your teeth. Press it well and remove the foil from your mouth.
  • Prepare the alginate by mixing it with one tablespoon of water by following the instructions on the cover. Now pour the alginate mixture onto the foil tray until about two-third of it gets filled.
  • Next, place the tray inside your mouth and gently bite down all around, such that the alginate mixture gets all-around your teeth.
  • The alginate will take a few minutes to set. Once set, remove the foil tray from your mouth and rinse out your mouth.
  • Gently remove the aluminum foil from the alginate mould.
  • While the alginate mixture is still soft, shape out the canine teeth into fangs by extending it and making it pointed and sharp. You may need to add more alginate mixture for this.
  • Prepare the Plaster of Paris mixture according to the instructions given.
  • Pour in the POP mixture into the alginate mould. Shake it to make it spread all over, and there are no air pockets.
  • Let the plaster of Paris mixture dry and once dry, pull out the plaster from the mould very carefully.
  • Your POP vampire fangs are ready!

Using Paper

Make simple and easy paper vampire fangs!

What You Will Need

  • Paper
  • Scissors


  • Cut the paper into a small square.
  • Fold the paper into half. Next, fold the two corners down.
  • Now open the corners press them against the rest and fold them in half. Repeat it with the other side.
  • Lastly, fold the two flaps up to get the perfect vampire fangs!

We hope that you enjoy trying out the above DIY vampire fangs for children for the next Halloween ball. We wish you all the best and loads of fun!

DIY Vampire Teeth/Vampire Fangs For Kids

Also Read:

Amazing Halloween Costume Ideas for Kids
Halloween Makeup Ideas for Children

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Gauri Ratnam completed her Masters in English Literature from the University of Pune. She began her journey as a German translator soon after completing her graduation, but later moved on to pursue her passion for writing. Having written for both digital and print media in a varied range of industries, she has the ability to write relatable and well-researched content, benefical for anyone seeking advice or direction.