Homemade Halloween Decorations

Halloween is coming! It’s time to trick or treat! This is the perfect time for you to show off your own creation of haunted house to the trick or treaties in your neighborhood and enjoy the fame of having the scariest place among them all. To get such privilege, you do not need to spend lots of money. Instead of spending most of your holiday savings for Halloween, you better get some homemade Halloween decorations. Here are some easy tricks to make them for you.

Homemade Scary Halloween Decorations Homemade Halloween Decorations

The most popular homemade Halloween decorations is hanging ghost. This is the easiest to make. You just need two pieces of parts: the head and the frills. Roll together stripes of tissues to make a ball according to your required size. Use it as the head. Put the head in the middle of a spread tissue or cloth according to your required need and then gather the tissue around the ball and tie a string around it. Hang it upside down that the ball becomes the head and the cloth or spread of tissue become the body. Draw a scary face on the head and add some accessories such as hair or blood on it to make it scary.

Homemade Outdoor Halloween Decorations Homemade Halloween Decorations

Creating foot prints on your lawn will be perfect for your homemade Halloween decorations in replace of a regular pathway to guide your visitors in. You can easily make it with a big sponge, a magic marker, washable paint, better if you use glow in the dark if you want to put it outside, and aluminum pan big enough to fit your foot print. Create the scariest foot print design on a paper as you guide line. Draw the pattern on the sponge with the magic marker and then cut the foot print. Prepare the paint on the pan and dip the sponge in the paint and stamp it all over your house. You just need to flip it to get the other foot stamped. Choose scary colors as your paint.

Easy Homemade Halloween Decorations Homemade Halloween Decorations

Bats are very to make as your homemade Halloween decorations from carton paper or egg cartons as your recycle projects. If you use a regular carton, draw the pattern of bats and then color it black, add the eyes and cut it. Stick them to the wall. If you want to have a recycle project with egg cartons, cut off the sections into three egg holders per sections for each bat. Cut a scalloped shape on the two holders on the edges on the front and the back of the sections as the wing. Paint it in black, add the eyes and make a hole in the middle to hang it.