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10 DIY Halloween decorating ideas

10 DIY Halloween decorating ideas

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With Halloween just around the corner, we searched and tried a few of these spooky ideas over the past weekend, we added a lot of fun and fear to for your family Halloween traditions this year, so from my family to yours here is our top list of DIY Halloween decorating ideas . 

 

1.Create a Shadowy Scene

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Adhesive black vinyl sheets and a bit of creativity turned this ordinary garage door into a shadowy Halloween scene. Best of all: It's easily removable when the season has passed. Get more tips for recreating this look

 

 

 

2. Craft a Few Ghostly Visitors

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Create these fun, floating ghostly shapes with a little formed chicken wire, gauzy cheese cloth and liquid fabric starch. A battery-operated florescent light give the apparitions a spooky glow. Get more tips for throwing an elegant Halloween fete

 

 

3. Mini "Pumpkin" Wreath

 

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Although the tiny orange shapes covering this wreath look like diminutive pumpkins, they're actually putka pods. A great stand-in for mini pumpkins, the dried organic seed pods don't deteriorate, so your wreath can be displayed year after year. Get crafting to make your own.

 

 

4. Upcycled Poison Bottles

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Don't toss that old bottle. Instead turn it into sleek Halloween decor. To get the look: Thoroughly clean the glass; once dry, coat each bottle with one coat of spray primer and 2-3 coats of matte black spray paint. Add a handwritten label and display your potent potables as a group. Check out 20+ hip Halloween decorating ideas for more inspiration.

 

5. Chicken-Wire Cloche

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Upcycle a metal lamp frame and chicken wire into a rustic cloche you can use year-round. Add pumpkins, plastic spiders and webbing to create a Halloween vignette. Learn how to make your own.

 

6. Pallet Jack-O'-Lantern

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Spook up your front porch, walkway, foyer or any dark corner with this rustic recycling project that uses a (free!) wood pallet to craft a Halloween pumpkin you can display year after year. Learn how to make your own with our step-by-step instructions.

 

 

7. Spooky Terrarium

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The cute woodland world gets a spooky twist from Today’s Creative Blog. After you search the backyard for twigs, moss, and rocks, scour the house for small Halloween-themed decorations like skulls and scary birds. Then, build your scene on an upside-down lid of a Mason jar. When your miniature landscape looks complete, screw the jar onto the lid and place in the window or next to your front door in lieu of a pumpkin. Want to take your decorations to the next level? Here's how to make your home into a haunted house.

 

8. Picture-Frame Lanterns

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Guide your guests to the front door with illuminated picture lanterns. To make these, four inexpensive picture frames are nailed together to make a square. Halloween drawings are printed on vellum paper then inserted into the frames, then a candle is set inside the frames. Get the step-by-step instructions >>

 

 

9. Dripping" Candles

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Dribble glue from a hot-glue gun all over a piece of PVC pipe and a foam cup to make what looks like a long-burning candle. Insert a much-safer battery-operated tealight in the middle to make the candle glow. If the candles are placed under a black light, they will glow in the dark – perfect for any haunted house. Get the step-by-step instructions >>

 

10. Bloody Footprints

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Lead trick-or-treaters to your door with a trail of bloody footprints. Simply step into washable red paint with bare feet, then carefully walk towards the front door. Make sure to carry your paint supply with you, should you need to redo your feet, and don't forget to have a towel waiting for you at the end of your walk for easy cleanup. 

 

In the end there are a lot of great ideas on the web s search away, find your own and let us know how it turned out.. Happy spooking everyone!

 

By the Cribsuite Team 

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