Repurpose a string of white Christmas lights for Halloween with this easy project. Use orange paper to craft little jack-o'-lanterns or white paper to make adorable ghosts. Get the tutorial at Handmade Charlotte .
Easy DIY Halloween Decorations Make a glowing pumpkin sconce by putting $1.00 plastic pumpkin over outdoor lights. Don't place the plastic pumpkin directly over a lightbulb (for obvious fire hazard reasons).
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.
Step 5: Once again, you need to dry out your painted Halloween bread shapes very thoroughly to make sure they will last for years to come. I use an easy method which means I can paint the fronts, backs and edges all in the same session, as opposed to having to paint one side and let it dry before painting the rest of it.
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.
These easy, inexpensive window treatments are a spooky addition to windows for Halloween. Trim a paper window shade from a home store to fit your window, then print our templates before cutting them out and tracing them onto thin white paper ( such as white kraft paper ).