Tired of the simple look of the house? It's the spooky season! It's time for you to change your interior decoration with Halloween-themed decorations. Surely you will think that decorating a house will spend a lot of money, right? There are many ways to decorate a house that can be done with just creativity and cheap money. This is an easy DIY, so you don't need to waste some extra energy for those of you who are lazy to move or don't want a lot of hassle.
Step 1 – Print Halloween skeleton patterns from the internet (you can search for the free printable), make sure to use thick paper (not hvs).
Step 2 – Connect the parts with strings.
Step 3 – Arrange and Hang it on your wall.
Step 1-Print and trim giant spider models from the internet.
Step 2- Use a pencil to trace the models to the cardboard and then cut the cardboard.
Step 3-Stick the cardboard with glue on the back of the templates.
Step 4- Eventually, stick to your wall with the Giant spider with scotch tape.
Paper human skeletons are a pleasure to have. These skeletons are very popular to use when studying body anatomy, as Halloween decorations, or just for fun. Making a paper human simple skeleton at home can help you understand bones, as well as be a fun activity. You just need Halloween skeleton patterns (you can search for the free printable on the internet), print it with an art paper or thick paper, cut along the patterns, and then stick it on your door or wall with double tape! (make sure to get the one that doesn’t leave any mark when removed).
If you are currently on a budget, but still want to wear a Halloween costume, don’t worry! You don't have to buy a costume, make a skeleton costume at home instead! It’s so easy, cheap, and can be done without a hassle! You only need Halloween skeleton patterns (you can search for free printables on Google and print them at home), white fabric paint or acrylic paint, a paintbrush, a set of black long sleeves, and pants/legging, white pencil/chalk, and a pair of scissor.
Step 1 – Cut your patterns and arrange them on top of the clothing set.
Step 2 – Trace your patterns on top of the clothing set with white pencil/chalk.
Step 3 – Paint the traced patterns on your clothing set with fabric paint or acrylic paint. Voila! Your costume is ready!