Choose the best material first since you want the haunted house to stay solid and firm when it is built. You can use craft papers such as construction paper, cardstock, and cardboard. Next is to pick your house pattern to make. Everything that comes to your mind about the haunted house can be made easy even with your kids to follow along. To make a haunted house lantern, it is recommendable to have the house pattern with a tall building so the light can come through better underneath. For the last trick, find your favorite haunted house pattern template so you will get a quicker hand to finish the lantern before Halloween start!
Besides, scary animals and insects to make for your Halloween house decoration, other small details such as wall and table decoration are also needed. Make yourself a haunted house host for Halloween by preparing essential decorations such as easy DIY web spiders. You only need wool yam, scissors, and tape. Start with a single string in the middle of your table and tape on each side. Make a knot for each string from the center repeatedly until you get a full spider web. Then you can freely attach it whether on your wall or to welcome your guest at the front door with some fake spiders hanging on it. And obviously, place a haunted house sign to get your friends ready for a Halloween party at your haunted house.
The beginning of how an abandoned building can be an icon for something horror and the old wood cottage seems very spooky is back to 19th century London. At the time, many illusions and attractions were performed as another new ghastly amusement. Marie Tussaud during 1802 was the one who start this culture with its wax sculptures figures that were outstandingly precise with the original feature. He started by making French figures such as King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. Then the haunted house tradition comes as a horror icon to scare the young tricksters that making the trick-or-treat go wrong which damage other people property. Then later, it has finally become another ‘playground’ in an amusement park like Disneyland that opened its first Haunted Mansion in 1969.