Spooky Halloween Decor DIY

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People have been celebrating Halloween for over a thousand years now. People designed and wore costumes to ward off evil spirits. The event has now transformed into something that’s solely celebrated for fun and entertainment, especially for little kids.

One of the most entertaining events of the year, Halloween preparations begin at the start of October. Some people keep it limited to Halloween Decor, while others up the ante by planning out and wearing costumes and going out to trick and treat. If you’re looking to treat yourself with a chance to win some cash, checkout some casino sites like NetBet to get you in the right groove.

Organizing Halloween Decor doesn’t need to be a hassle, some easy DIY Spooky decor ideas are all you need to get yourself into those ghoulish vibes. Here are a few simple ideas involving 2 to 3 steps, that not only look good but are easy enough to get the whole family involved.

Spooky Front Door Decor:

Front Door Decor is what everyone gets to see, and they’ll love this.

Materials:

  • 1 large piece of cardboard, same width and length as your door
  • Black Construction Paper
  • Pencil
  • Glue
  • Permanent marker
  • Fishnet
  • Scotch Tape
  • Bat stencils (optional)

Step 1: Prep your cardboard

Using the scissors, cut out the cardboard into 5 equal pieces along the width, measuring about 5 inches in height. Use a pencil to outline the signs you want to write up, such as KEEP OUT, or BEWARE! on each piece. Then use the black marker to fill in the pencil outline, add any other features you feel like adding to your cardboard, let your imagination run wild!

Step 2: Make some bats

If you’re working with stencils, use them to cut out as many bats as you want out of your black construction paper. Glue some to your cardboard pieces, and save the rest to put up on the door. If you’re good at drawing, you can simply draw the bat’s and cut them out instead.

Step 3: Setting everything up

Once you’re done prepping, start with putting the fishnet on the door first to give the illusion of a giant spider web. The tape will come in handy for this one! Start placing the cardboard pieces over your door. Finally, take the rest of your bats and stick them on the door wherever you think best. And just like that, you have an easy, sinister looking door for all the trick or treaters out there!

PAINTED PUMPKIN HEADS:

No Halloween is complete without some pumpkins! This 2 step DIY is not just easy but really enjoyable to make, especially if you have crafty kids.

Materials:

  • Pumpkins of various sizes
  • Pencil
  • Permanent Marker (black)
  • Paintbrushes
  • Acrylic paints
  • Water to clean brushes

Step 1: Decide your design:

Browse through the internet to see what you really want to put on your pumpkins. Drawing and painting ghost faces and skeletons are one of the easiest things that look nice too.

Step 2: Drawing and Outlining

Once you’ve decided your designs, start putting them on your pumpkins. Use the pencils to neatly draw them, and then outline using your black marker. Next, just pick up your paint brushes and acrylics, and start painting the pumpkins! Once your masterpieces are ready, set them up and enjoy the impressed reactions you get.

HANGING GHOSTS:

The spookiest DIY yet, this one is sure to get some frightened gasps from everyone who dares cross your street around nighttime.

Materials:

  • Cheesecloth
  • Plastic Skulls
  • Big Styrofoam balls (optional)
  • Glue
  • Thread
  • Tape

Step 1: Getting the materials

This DIY takes cheap looking decor from the discount store and turns it into spooky ghosts that hang silently in your trees. Buy some cheap plastic skulls from your nearest Halloween Decor place. In the unlikely event that you can’t find skulls around Halloween, big Styrofoam balls work just as well.

Step 2: Setting up:

Once you have your skulls, all you need to do is cut your cheesecloth as big as you want your ghosts to be. Place each piece over each skull and glue it so wind doesn’t cause any mishaps. Once secure, get some thread, cut it into desired length, and tape it on the top of the cheesecloth. Finally, hang your ghosts wherever you want to, and they’re guaranteed to give passersby goosebumps, especially at night!

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