Create these ominous looking pumpkins with the help of some black spray or acrylic paint to add some additional spooky drama to your diy outdoor halloween decorations. Painters tape will keep the stems of your pumpkins their original shrunken look, while the black paint will lend the perfect background against the lighted inner flesh of your carved pumpkins.
This Halloween eve greet trick-or-treaters with illuminated paper-mache lights that you can hang from the trees or your porch. How to Make Giant Bloodshot-Eye Halloween Decor Decorate your front porch or yard this Halloween season with giant bloodshot eyeballs that trick-or-treaters will remember year after year.
How to Make Scary Halloween Decorations Method 1 Putting a Head in a Jar. Print out a picture of a head. Method 2 Making an Army of Zombie Dolls. Gather some lifelike dolls. Method 3 Creating a Bathroom Murder Scene. Smear a cheap shower curtain with red paint.
Halloween Decorations - 100 Easy to Make Halloween Decor. Halloween is that time of the year when is totally OK to display bunch of skeletons and spiders at your porch and not feel weird about it. This fact and the fact that you can eat candy as much as possible make Halloween the most awesome
Cups look creepy when sitting on these spindly saucers. To make these DIY Halloween decorations, hook five bobby pins onto a 3/8-inch flat metal washer. Then, wrap twine around and thread through each bobby pin. Spray-paint everything white for that ghoulish look, and scatter small toy spiders around the table.
Gauze is draped on the frame of a DIY Halloween ghost for a spooky front yard decoration. Spray Starch Use a spray bottle filled with liquid starch to saturate the ghost's head, hands and arms, leaving the body starch-free so trailing layers of gauze will blow in the breeze.