Giant spiders, funny pumpkins, crowns for the door full of eyes, or skulls with lots of colors. What do you have in mind for your Halloween decoration this year? If you plan to organize a party on October 31 and want to do something special to decorate it, you are in the right place: keep an eye on all these ideas for Halloween!
Piñatas to decorate on Halloween
Can you imagine what these homemade piñatas are made with to decorate on Halloween? With a paper balloon lamp! Using it as a base and stacking layers of Pinocchio paper on top, they have created these cute ghosts, perfect for setting a party. What do you think? The idea is to fill them with candies and break them later, but these deserve a reprieve!
DIY skulls to hold the books
Gold looks like … plastic it is. Look at what they have done with one of those cheap plastic skulls that can be found in any bazaar. With a little wood and gold spray paint, they have transformed it into a perfect bookend to give a gloomy touch to a bookcase. We would leave it all year … You?
Homemade Halloween wreath
Do you like ping-pong? This Halloween door wreath is made with lots of balls glued on a circular base and decorated with little plastic eyes. It’s great!
Decorated Popcorn Bags
Quick, easy, and fun idea. Using popcorn and plastic bags, you can create miniature skulls that you can use to decorate or hand out to party guests. All you need is a black marker to draw the features and white tape to close the bags.
Homemade ghost for Halloween
Another house ghost to succeed with your Halloween decoration this year. The base is made with a recycled glass jar for the body, a small globe to shape the head, and two pipe brushes for the arms. On that structure, they have put cheesecloth – like those used to make cheese – treated with liquid starch, which makes it harden. To top it off, details like a pair of little black eyes or a small bat.
Homemade spiders for Halloween
Go out and find a few pinecones and transform them into little spiders to add to your Halloween decorations. You will need small pipe brushes for the legs and a few little eyes to bring them to life. Great to give the odd scare.
More homemade spiders you can make for Halloween. In this example, they also use pipe brushes to make the legs, but the body is made from a paper pom. What do you think of as a base for some balloons?
One more home spider. This is the biggest, but also the easiest. To make it, you only need two black balloons to create the body and strips of paper of the same color for the legs. XXL spider ready!
Ghosts in glass jars
To make these homemade ghosts, you will need canning jars, gauze, and some wooden structure or other material to help you assemble the figure. What do you think? Trapped there they are no longer so scary …
If you want to decorate your house on Halloween with an elegant point, look at this image. These are hard foam or foam figures that, all painted the same color, create a very cool set to put on top of a piece of furniture. What do you think? The figures in the image are made of foam, although you can also use the same concept with skulls and plastic pumpkins -although opening holes for flowers or candies will be more complicated.
More Halloween door decorations
Another idea to give a decorative touch to your door. Who said skulls and flowers are not compatible? This crown, inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead, is great to get a little out of the most typical Halloween decoration and give it a point of joy.
More decoration! Halloween DIY
A classic… with a twist. Pumpkins are the undisputed queens of Halloween and in this video, you can see two different ways to decorate with them: the typical pumpkin with the face of few friends and a pumpkin turned into candle holders that you can make … with a drill!
Recycle a plastic bottle to store your candies
Trick or Treating? Be careful with this original way of putting a few sweets -or anything else a little healthier- using recycled materials. Transform a plastic bottle into Frankenstein’s monster with some green paint, some corks for the neck screws, and a cardboard box for the head.
Garlands to decorate on Halloween
Do you have one of those garlands of paper lanterns at home? With a black marker, you can transform it into a group of skulls perfect to light up your Halloween party. Let the light be made!
Come on, now it’s your turn. What do you have in mind to decorate on Halloween this year? Did you like any of these ideas? Let us know in the comments!
Decoration of doors and windows
To make your home stand out and stand out, you can decorate your doors and windows with terrifying silhouettes. It is very simple and not expensive. All you need is colored contact paper (or self-adhesive roll), scissors, and creativity. This option allows you to create any type of decoration you want. Here you can find some ideas.
Although pumpkins are a decorative element that cannot be missing at your Halloween party, they are usually quite expensive. So an alternative to them is mandarins (which are completely orange). You can draw all kinds of faces on them and they are also edible.
What is a party without balloons? To make them look less traditional, you can draw Halloween faces or silhouettes on them. A good option is to only use white and orange balloons. In order to give the illusion that it is about ghosts and pumpkins.
You sure have some old, empty jars of sauce, mayonnaise, etc. That you keep using at some point. This is your chance to put them to use. Paint them completely black and stick some warning labels on them as if they were dangerous substances. They can give a good atmosphere to any shelf or table. Here you can find an example.
You have two options to make the cobwebs. The first uses the traditional black yarn. With this material, you can put the cobwebs in different corners and corners of the house, but it is more difficult to do them. The second alternative is simpler, it consists of using insulating tape and sticking it against the wall.