It’s that time of the year when we are allowed to get creepy, sneaky, witchy, and mysterious. You must be cracking your brain for some amazing homemade halloween decor. Well, these are four amazing DIY projects that will help you to create a unique Halloween theme in your home. Easy to do with readily available materials, these decor ideas will tinkle your fancy and allow your creepy nature come out. And the best thing is that you can make them rhyme with the rest of your homes color and decor theme. Let these Halloween season not find your home drab and misplaced. Create a perfect Halloween environment in your home.
Halloween is not complete without eyes, sneaky, creepy glowing eyes. And with a bunch of toilet paper rolls and glow sticks, you have your set of glowing eyes. This homemade Halloween decor is perfect for scaring all those cute little babies and some grown-ups to. To make these awesome glowing eyes, get yourself a dozen or so toilet paper rolls and several glow sticks of different colors. Cut eyes of different sizes and shapes and tuck in the glow sticks. Hide them in your flower bushes, trees, shrubs or stick them with gum on the outside window sill. When night creeps in, your dozen eyes spread across your compound will begin to glow and create an eerie feeling of ghost eyes watching everyones move.
Bloody Handprint Clings
Another superb homemade Halloween decor. Bloody handprints have always been part of the Halloween mystic. You can make them yourself with red food coloring and Elmer’s glue. These bloody handprints will cling on just anthing that has a smooth surface. These handprints are perfect for the windows, the inside of a glass front door, tiles, and anything else you can work with. Remember to make sure that the blood drips or scrapes the surface to create that authentic look.
This can be a perfect homemade Halloween decor family project. These bats will be made from black craft foam and normal fishing line to make sure that they will withstand even the most severe wet weather. Look for a perfect bat drawing and make a perfect sketch of it or buy a bat template. On the black craft foam, trace the bat template and then cut with scissors. Glue artificial eyes, preferably glowing eyes, on the bats head. Using the fishing line, hang several of them for some spooky bat colony on your back or front yard trees. Together with the glowing eyes, you have the perfect Halloween scare.
For the perfect homemade Halloween decor this year, you must have window silhouttes. These babies are very easy to make and very impressive. You can purchase them at any Halloween themed party store. You cann also make your own silhouette cut-outs on cardboard or black paper. You can also get them on most online stores. You tape them to your window with some tape and the switch on your lights.And voila! You have a Halloween window right there.