Easy Halloween DIY Decorations For Last Minuters!
Paper Bat Swarm
Hellpp!! There's a bat swarm in my house!
How do you scare people with this cool looking bat swarm? Simply grab a stack of black construction paper, some scissors and some tape, print out a template of a flying (or hanging) bat or try freehand drawing some shapes. Cut out the bat shapes to tape into a swarm for a quick, wall-size Halloween display
Lacy Hanging Ghosts
Alright this may not necessarily look scary (mebbe a bit cute?) So go ahead and add your own twist to it.. make it scary if you think it! But we thinks it looks better cute!
Find some foam balls, some scrap lace or white fabric and something to hang your ghosts with and you could have a whole group of these cute ghosts spooking up a room
Bring a gaggle of helium-filled jack-o'-lantern balloons to life near the refreshment table (or anywhere else as you please) in no time. Draw simple features onto inflated balloons with permanent marker. Choose an assortment of geometric shapes that are easy to create freehand.
Tissue Paper Bat Garland
No need to bait your home with bugs to attract a scary swarm of bats like these; all that's required is tissue paper and a pair of scissors. How to make the Bat Tissue Paper Garland
Oh horrors of horrors!! There's blood on those candles!! Wonder who lost their life in this house!
Cast a sinister glow with a cluster of white candles dripping with "blood" (actually red candle wax). Fill a cup or a small pail with sand, and plant white candles inside so they stand upright. Light a red candle and tip it over the white candles so the wax drips down the tops and sides, being careful not to burn yourself. Let wax cool completely before removing candles from sand.
Shiver me timbers... these zombies of the pumpkin variety is sure to scare some trick-or-treaters.
Creating these spooky and a bit googly-eyed monsters is easy. Use small pumpkins, use a template for its mouth, stick some plastic eyeballs in there, and a thumbtack. Here's how to create your Zombie Pumpkins
Glittered Skulls, Bones, and Bugs
Cover skeletal parts in glue and glitter for a simple, one-of-a-kind centerpiece that's both elegant and eerie. Here's how to create your Glitter Bones and Bugs
Now that we have given you the inspiration, get moving and into the Halloween mood. Let us know which one is your favorite and what you did to make it your own! Happy Halloween!