Hey there, people~! Are you excited for Halloween~? Because we really are, even Kanato-kun who doesn’t care about these celebrations and holidays of the human world. But he kind of likes Halloween since he can get many sweets and he finds it entertaining to wear different costumes~ ^^
Today we are going to share these amazing and cheap decoration ideas with you; we hope to give you some help with it~
Raid your recycling bin to make these glass ghosts in four easy steps: First, remove labels and caps from bottles (we used Perrier ones here). Spray-paint them white, then draw faces on with black marker. Finally, throw in colorful straws for cute centerpieces. See more in the video below, featuring InstaCraft:
Cups look creepy when sitting on these spindly saucers. 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.
Todayâs Creative Blog
gives a creepy twist to the cute woodland world. After you search the backyard for twigs, moss, and rocks, scour the house for small Halloween-themed decorations like skulls and scary birds. Then, build your scene on an upside-down lid of a Mason jar. When your miniature landscape looks complete, screw the jar onto the lid and place in the window or next to your front door in lieu of a pumpkin.
Vampire Napkin Rings
Serious chompers make your table settings look so cute itâs scary. Splash white cloth napkins with red Kool-Aid, thread a white twist tie through a set of plastic vampire teeth, and finally secure a twist tie around the center of your napkin.
Creepy Wall Hangings
The Graphics Fairy
makes Halloween decorating easier with three free printables and a simple technique to transfer the images directly onto fabric using your regular printer. (Make sure you have a full black ink cartridge.) Wooden embroidery hoops come from the craft store for under $2. If fabric hangings arenât your thing, pop images into frames and hang them up around the house.
Cheap and cheerful: Draw spooky faces
on empty, clean gallon milk jugs, then fill with white holiday lights to decorate your porch or walkway with a ghostly Halloween glow.
Wicked Witch Candy Dish
Turn a pair of old heels into a bewitching candy bowl
. Wrap the heels in cheap sparkly paper, then decorate and fill with Halloween treats.
Hanging Bats and Ghosts
Kids can help turn egg cartons into bat
decorations; just cut, paint, and add googly eyes. Make cute, cheap Halloween ghosts by painting leaves white, then drawing a spooky face with a marker.
For cheap jack-o-lantern
decorations that will last past Halloween, cover clean, empty jars with orange construction paper or tissue paper. Add features with black construction paper, then pop in a tea candleâwith flames, or battery-operatedâand watch your “pumpkin” glow.
Crafty Spider Sacks
You won’t want to dust away these Halloween cobwebs: Create chic, cheap yarnspider webs
to decorate light fixtures, drape over curtains, or hang from a railing. Don’t forget to attach a tiny plastic spider to each sack.
Bloody Table Runner
The geniuses at Brit + Co.
have made Halloween that much more festive with this so-simple-its-insane DIY. Your materials: Gauze, red acrylic paint, and a paintbrush. Dab your paintbrush into the red paint and sporadically brush along the gauze runner. For a truly Dexter-inspired look, swipe some red paint onto Mason jars for candle votives and on plastic cups (add a handprint or two for really gruesome settings).
To give the classic lantern a new look, do like Amy from Postively Splendid
and spray your pumpkins with white paint before wrapping them in strips of lace. No lace fabric handy? Try using a thick lace headband, or cut a strip of lace stocking and fit around the widest part of the pumpkin.
We screamed when we saw this creepy, crawly banner from Oh My! Creative
. Glue black yarn onto a pom and add a small dot of glue upon which to sprinkle orange sparkles. While the spiders are drying (2-3 hours), cut the paper straws in half with scissors, a blogger Susan writes. âSew through the belly of the spider…Then string them along alternating spiders and straws.
Make a ghostly wreath
decoration with cheap white felt ghosts and a black bow. You can spray your wreath gray or black, or leave it natural. Even sweeter: Wrap lollipops in tissues
to make ghostly Halloween treats, then cover a wreath by tucking under a ribbon or attaching with glue.
Candy Corn Vases
Set the scene with cheap candy corn vases
by decorating a Halloween table, windowsill, or mantel. Simply spray clean, empty bottles with orange, yellow, and white paint.
Front Door Mummy
Make a ghoulish first impression with this five-minute Halloween door DIY fromHoney and Fitz
. First, tape paper streamers to the front door, overlapping the strips to give a wrapped look. Then, cut sheets of black and white construction paper into circles to make eyes. Place the eyes on the top of the door and tape to secure.
Christmas ornaments make festive, cheapHalloween bulbs
to decorate a house or yard. Cover ornaments in paper mache, then paint with Halloween designs like striped witch’s stockings, pumpkins, or ghosts.
Mummy Seating Cards
Decorate inside and out for Halloween with this ingenious idea from Curly Birds
. Glue gauze, googly eyes, and cardboard to fashion small, square mummies. Set them out as place cards for a Halloween party, drop a few into the candy bucket for trick-or-treaters, or send to school with the kids to give out to classmates.
Thank you, rd.com~!