Here are some ways to have the perfect Halloween lights: Tape plastic bats to the inside of the shade of an ordinary lamp. When you light the lamp, the bats will stick out. Just make sure you don't put them too close to the light bulb.
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These are among the most popular decorations for Halloween, and that's not surprising because making them yourself is easy and not expensive. Grab some chicken wire and give it a human-resembling look, then place in your yard. You can also paint them to glow in the dark to look scarier.
Be diiferent this year by decorating a Christmas tree for Halloween. Use black and orange ornaments or make little jack o'lantern faces from paper honeycomb balls. If you're giving trick-or-treaters non-food items, place a teal pumpkin on your doorstep. This signifies to kids with food allergies that your treats are safe for them.
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.
Halloween is a great time for decorating. Many people spend days, not to mention a small fortune, making their homes look scary and fun. The truth is that you don't really have to spend a fortune on Halloween decor. You can actually make some great pieces to display for the holiday. Because its