Photo: If you need a quick way to add some Halloween decorations to your home, start painting your candy corn inspired pumpkins. Source: jenniferperkins.com
9. Scary Drapery
To create the ghostly drapery project, you need anything else but cheesecloth. This one element can give your entire house and haunted environment. If you are into spooky décor, this is something that you should consider. To get the aged effect on the cheesecloth, boil some water and soak the cut pieces of cheesecloths and add a couple of bag teas. Let it rest in the bucket overnight, take it out the next day, drape in on the door or fence or banister, and let it dry. Once it is dried off completely, you can hang it on your front porch.
If you are a DIY fan, you should try this décor for your Halloween decoration. Visit your local estate sales, antique shops, or thrift stores to quick some antique items like a serrated knife that is a bit rustic. This Halloween decoration will give your overall look a sinister allure. The old-age appearance would undoubtedly be a hit among your dear ones. If you can’t find the spider web rug, at least add some web-like icing to your cake.
Although an actual bug collection would count for the spooky factor, actually creating one might be a bit too much for you. This DIY idea is a great decoration idea to do with your kids instead; plus, no mothballs. Cut out creepy animals like snakes, spiders, vampire bats, and others in colorful craft papers. Stamp the animals on the frame and hang it on your wall. It is a simple Halloween decoration idea that will be a win with your kids. You can keep these for many years and hang them up each year for Halloween.
You can create lovely Halloween decorations without having to include sorcery. It is one of the most straightforward and most elegant looking Halloween decorations that you can use without putting much effort, time, and money. Take the printable banner letter and cut out the letters you need. Assemble the letters and hang them inside the house using a jute thread. Bunting is an excellent form of decoration for all occasions, and you can use it for Halloween as well. You can also add spiders, bats, and other creepy creatures to create your hanging decorations.
You can make a Halloween pillow using gray wool fabric. It is a simple machine-based project that you will enjoy. A spider web pillow gives a creepy touch to your Halloween decoration, making it a perfect addition. If you know how to sew, then you can try this out. Place a small faux spider around the pillow to create a realistic effect. If you want to frighten someone, place this in their bedroom and don’t tell them about it. You might hear a scream around bedtime!
Get your staircase ready for Halloween with these cute mice cut-out decorations. If you have a staircase just waiting to be decorated, this option is perfect. All you need to do is print out mice silhouettes, cut them out, and then stick them onto your staircase. This Halloween decor might frighten someone if they are getting a glass of water downstairs at night! You can add these to other home areas like inside cupboards or around your skirting boards.
If you have created a spooky décor, you need to put the necessary light for the trick or treaters to find their way to the front door. These handing solar lamps, bistro, or lights strands are the perfect way to brighten up your holiday just enough to create an elegant allure. Not only do they light up the path, but they almost appear to have hundreds of little fireflies (or lightning bugs) inside of them. What a lovely sight!
If you are a bubble gum lover, then you would love this décor. It is a perfect combination of vintage and fun that can be created using a ceramic pot and faux pumpkin. Add the black raven right next to it for some extra spooky surprises. This Halloween idea will be a different decoration approach from the usual scary Halloween decoration. It will undoubtedly light up the mood of the children and your party guests this holiday. Hire a gumball machine so that guests can get candy safely this year.
It’s never too early to put up your Christmas tree – especially when you create one that is Halloween inspired. With these two holidays being close together – it’s time to do a joint celebration for a change. If you have an old fake Christmas tree, this is the perfect way to give it a new lease on life. Spray paint it in different Halloween colors and then decorate with all the spooky bits and bobs. People will love this out of the box decoration.