Want to make Halloween decoration yourself? You will have a good time making these easy Halloween homemade decorations, your friends and family will totally love the cool craft that they create. It's also a magic way to save money on holiday-themed decoration when you make them with your hand. These Halloween decoration ideas can help you transform your entire home into a spooky parade. You can also spend a good and fun time with your family, friends, and loved ones making these decorations! Make sure to check out these ideas!
Jars O’ Lanterns – Tired of the basic pumpkin lantern? You can use jars to make your own Halloween Lantern. For the quickest and easiest way, Get some Halloween labels for the jar and stick it to the outer surface of your jar, then put a candle-shaped electric lamp inside your jar, and voila! Your everlasting Halloween Lanterns ready to lit your Halloween up!
Ghostly Hanging Decoration – Hang some ghost-shaped paper cutout with clear jewelry string on your ceiling! It’s surely bringing more spooky vibes to your room.
If you have a lot of unused Mason jars at home, it's time to make something to decorate your home for this creepy season! Now be prepared, I'm going to show you how to make a spooky jar full of eyeballs decoration to bring more Halloween spirits to your room! You going to need a brush, paint, Halloween Labels for Jars, fake eyeballs, and of course Mason jar.
Step 1 – Clean your Mason jar and paint the outer side of your jar with white paint, but left the front side unpainted in a circle shape (so you can still see eyeballs through the jar) and let it dry, repeat this process twice or until you can’t see inside of jar from outside the white paint.
Step 2 – Put your fake eyeballs inside the jar.
Step 3 – Fill your jar with water, drop some red paint into the water, and stir to give the water red-ish color.
Step 4 – Put Halloween labels to name your jar.
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Halloween always be a good time to decorate a house with creepy ornaments and spooky details. I’m going to give you a super easy step by step tutorial on how to make a creepy Halloween Jar (Blood Potion Jar)
Step 1 – Clean your jar and make sure the outer side is dry.
Step 2 – Pour fake blood into your jar. You can also use regular water mixed with red paint.
Step 3 – Stick your Halloween labels for jars on the outer side of the jar.
Besides the room and garden decoration, you might also want to make your table full of treats by placing them in creepy jars. Welcome your guest to have a taste of your snacks while visiting your home on Halloween.
Here are some snacks you can put on the Halloween jar. Instead of placing corn candy ordinarily, you can make it creepier by adding marshmallow ghost on the side.
Place some creepy looks snacks such as a sweetness made from strawberry jam and looks like a brain. You can label your jar with brain treats along with its head picture.
For the eyeball candies, place them in the transparent jar and label them as monster eyes. You might also find white candy which looks like teeth. Label it as mummy teeth and let your guest shiver with it.
Halloween symbols representative can be made as stickers. You not only can use the stickers for a purpose but a lot. Find the design as you wish on the internet and print it with custom paper.
Decorate your treat jar with those stickers. It is also useful if you want to arrange copy-paste worksheets for students. Make the students choose stickers which in line with the vocabularies listed.
Beautify your scrapbook with vintage Halloween stickers. Combining it with vintage eerie magazines and newspapers would be so much more interesting.
Actually, you can use it as fridge door decoration too, but it’s a bit tricky because you cannot easily remove it.
The sticker themselves were versatile. It can add different vibes to someplace you want to.
Halloween is not just a creepy day celebration without any history and facts behind it. Here are some fun facts you might want to know.
Like many other special occasions, each tradition has its story before it enters the celebration.