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how to make scary homemade halloween decorations?

halloween is in 2 days. can you tell me how to make some decorations please.

THANK
YOU

6 Responses to how to make scary homemade halloween decorations?

  • sweetie_pie1618 says:

    Making halloween decorations can be easy and fun.

    Here are a few that I made for this year:

    Take some white garbage bags and a sharpie. Tie the two corners in knots, this will create a rounded top. Then turn the bag inside out and draw a face. Then hang it buy the door or a tree, and you have a ghost! You can make as many of these as you like.

    You can also do something similar and take the orange bags and colour a jack-o-lantern face on them.

    Another good idea is to take some cheese cloth, this is really affordable, usually only costs a buck for a lot of it. Then just hang it around your porch. Cut little strips into it so it will get blown around by any wind. This will create an errie atmosphere.

    Take some cardboard, and get some old newspapers and tea bags. Get some glue and water and a paintbrush, put the newspaper on the cardboard. You can use this once it dries and is dyed by the teabags to cover your windows. Makes it look like an abandoned building.

    Black garbage bags are great too, because you can put them up to cover doors and windows also, plus if you go to a dollar store you can get bugs and bats and some cobwebby stuff to put them over the door.

  • decademus says:

    Hide in a box and scare people

  • paper parade says:

    The best decorations I ever made were cheap and easy. Here are the best two:

    1. Give your house that eerie feeling by stapling black plastic trash bags above any entryway or from the ceiling (tape also works). If you pull them apart at the hanging end, they curl and look stringy. Spooky! Really, they look awesome.
    2. Buy cheap drug store brand pumpkin bowls (the kind kids carry candy in) and place a tea light inside. The bowls are like a dollar at most, and tea lights are inexpensive. Blam! You have a glowing halloween jack-o-lantern AND it comes with a handle!

  • CharmBracelet says:

    Well, I’m no expert but you can draw halloween related things colour, cut, and stick around the selected area. Or you can print things off the internet, that would be scarier, and then stick them around. =]

  • Justin B says:

    I found some old sheets/fabric an a can of red paint. I put red hand prints and some ragged messages on the fabric and hung it up. A cheap scary cd in the background helps. You can also get a cheap monster mask and gloves, fill them up with newspaper and stick them in some topsoil in your yard. It makes it look like a monster is coming up from the ground. I’ve also made some cheap tombstones out of cardboard. Just get a can of black paint, white paint and swirl them together, though not completely mixing it. Then take a spone and dab the cardboard, giving it a weathered look. You can then add words to the tombstone. I like funny sayings like "I told you I was sick!"

  • lillypad says:

    my sister and i made some really scary ones last year. go to the 99 cent store and buy a couple of masks and some cheap black trashbags, a witch hat and balloons. blow up a balloon, tie it (this will be the head). put it in the black trashbag and tie it with a twistie so that the balloon looks like the head and then the rest of the trashbag is the body. shred or tear the bottom of the bag in strips with your hands so that it looks flowy like a ghost. then put the mask on over the balloon and put the witch hat on. i had to tie a string on the knot end of the balloon and then pull the string through the top of the trashbag and cut a hole in the top of the hat and pull the string through if you want to have them hanging or flowing in the wind. we got lots of comments on them.

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