Spooktacular Decorating Ideas
With the spookiest holiday of them all less than three weeks away we are bringing you our first installment of decorating tips and tricks to prepare you for Halloween. Spend some time getting inspired and try to make this the scariest Halloween yet!
You know we can’t get enough of spray paint and repurposing, and what better thing to repurpose after a weekend of Halloween mischief than all those empty wine, liquor, and beer bottles? Here’s a quick and easy way to create an ombre wine bottle centerpiece – all you need is a few cans of spray paint!
We went for a candy corn motif but any color combination would do the trick!
This spooky “BOO” mason jar craft is super easy to do! It took less than 10 minutes total to make and was so much fun! You can use these Halloween Mason Jar Lanterns to set out on the porch or use them in your home as Fall/Halloween decor. The best part about these Halloween Mason Jar Lanterns is that they look great both during the day and at night all lit up!
These are pretty much-unfinished pom-poms. You can make one in 5 minutes!
It’s October! With the spookiest of seasons finally upon us, it’s time to take a serious look at how our front doors will greet trick-or-treaters this year. Whether you will be home on Halloween, or not, the humble doormat is such a ridiculously easy (and cheap!) way to convey a haunted message on your behalf.
You don’t need a fairy godmother to turn a pumpkin into an ice bucket. With these directions you can create the perfect refreshing decoration for all of your beverages.
6. Fall Centerpieces
Give your dining table a fall makeover with this stunning idea.
Here’s a simple hanging bat craft for kids using empty toilet paper rolls. These adorable cardboard tube bats are a great way for kids to help decorate for fall or Halloween.
This craft is perfect for anywhere, any season, and any craft- and the best part is it’s a tad time-consuming, so it will keep little hands busy for a fair amount of time… String art!
What a fun and creative idea to make for your front porch, or even your front yard for Halloween. This is one of those cute decorations that will get a second look. A great way to count down the days for Halloween. Just grab your large chipboard letters or a large stencil and you have your wording!
Skip the mess and go straight to the fun with these easy no-carve pumpkin decorating ideas! From pretty pastels to colorful confetti, these pumpkins are better than your average jack-o’-lantern.
Make sure and share with us how you are going to make your house spooky!