4 Easy DIY Decorations for Halloween
By Admin on Thursday, October 27th, 2016 in Blog. No Comments
Halloween is creeping up fast! Do you have ghosts and ghouls knocking on your door? Do your kids want to transform your home into a haunted house? It’s not that hard to get into the spirit of Halloween with plenty DIYs which won’t break the bank and avoids you buying cheap plastic options that just create more waste. We’ve rounded up our top 4 Halloween deco ideas that are fun for the whole family to make!
HANGING FOAM BATS
Ever wanted to be the spookiest house on the street? Get a head start with these hanging bats! All you need is black craft foam, googly eyes and a bit of fishing line. They’re a great cute but spooky decoration, that can just hang out in the front yard. Find instructions here.
Photo sourced from Lucy Garland
ILLUMINATED GHOST GARLAND
An illuminated Ghost Garland is the perfect back or front yard decoration, or hanging on the bacony – add a spooky look in the day and even spookier at night! Reuse lanterns you already have or buy some that can be used on other occasions – add some white cloth and decorate with a sharpie. Find the instructions here.
Photo sourced from DDD
Pebble monsters are exactly what they sound like. Monsters made from pebbles. All you need is some paint, googly eyes, sharpie and triangle shaped stickers (for teeth) and you are good to go-once you find the pebbles! They’re definitely not the most threatening monsters around, but it doesn’t really matter when they’re this cute. Little kids will love searching for pebbles and giving them their own personalities. Make extras to hand out on Halloween night! Learn how to make these guys here!
Photo sourced from Morning Creativity
Freak your guests out as soon as they arrive by making your door look like a monster. Although the monster below is made out of paper bags, many others have made their monsters out of tissue paper. You can make them cute if you don’t want to freak out the little children too much! Really easy and effective. Find the instructions here and have fun creating your door monster!
Photo sourced from HomeJelly
If you have any other spooky and easy to make Halloween decorations, feel free to let us know in the comments. Happy Halloween!
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