What I love most about Halloween is that you don’t have to be a master designer in order for your decorations to be appreciated. There’s no need to follow a certain guideline. In fact the more bizaare the decorations are, the better. One always has the option to buy Halloween decorations, but where’s the fun in that? For a more fun and memorable Halloween, gather the kids and follow these great Halloween decoration- making tips.
Black, aside from orange and green, is the most popular color during Halloween. Feel free to apply this color to your decorations, such as a Halloween candle. You can use black candles and black table utensils. This dark hue will give your place an eerie feel, which is what Halloween is all about.
FLOATING DEAD BODIES
Of course, the dead is one of the highlights of this event. To make your own â€œdead bodyâ€, find an old dress (a wedding gown is better), and fill it with crumpled paper. Don’t overstuff it, just fill it enough to give it a little body then staple it into the wall. You can also hang them from the ceiling so that they could welcome your â€œhonoraryâ€ guests into the house.
FAKE SPIDER WEBS
I never quite understood why spiders have come to be associated with Halloween, but these crawling creepies are bug during this occasion. You can either use spider- shaped candle holders, or you can also decorate your place with fake spider webs. Add a fake spider or two, and don’t ever forget to add a fake fly or insect to act as the spider’s food.
DIY SPECIMEN JARS
For a creepy effect, decorate your party area with some specimen jars. To do this, fill up an old jar with light- green water (use dye for this) then put a plastic rat inside. You can also use some other â€œspecimensâ€ such as plastic hand or eyeballs. Place these jars on a table or line them up on the window with lights behind them for a more scary effect.