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How to make scary homemade halloween decorations?

i know halloween is a couple of months away but me and my friends make a haunted house every year so we want to start planning it because we are so excited! We know how to make gravestones but do you have any other good ideas for homemade scary decorations

5 Responses to How to make scary homemade halloween decorations?

  • Spook says:

    Im hosting a Halloween party for my friends 30th and have seen some pretty awesome sites.
    Have a look at these links below!!

    Hope these help and that you have a blast!!

  • A n g e l a [?] says:

    I included this website first to inspire you that holds real decorations: http://www.scarydecorations.com/

    Next, I’ll tell you how to make real decorations.
    Not a lot of things can be more exciting for anyone on Halloween then coming into the haunted house decorated with spooky Halloween arrangements. You can have sophisticated supplies like, for example, jumping phantom, or trouble-free traditional decorations such as bright jack-o-lanterns, scarecrows, and indian corn, in any case your home will make your guests happy. A yard which appears to be filled with ghosts, filled with amusing Halloween decorations, is a wonderful place for open-air celebrations when the weather is nice.

    Plan out your outdoor Halloween decor. When you pick out an idea what you are going to create in your yard it is not so complicated anymore to purchase the required supplies. Change your front yard into an old, misty cemetery, a fortune teller’s place, or a crazy scientist’s lab.

    Even when you have an idea what to do and a plan how to do it should not stop you from being creative and just mixing anything that attracts you. To make a picture of your idea is usually very helpful. Pranks and jokes should be located somewhere where your friends will have to pace so nobody will miss them.

    Keep a track of scary music on throughout the night. Keep the player hidden, but blare it. I suggest scary movie soundtracks, such as "The Ring" soundtrack, "The Haunting in Conneticut", and other soundtracks. It keeps a thrilling mood that won’t break.

    A variety of very authentic yard decorations are available now from shops which are specializing in Halloween, home decoration, and also you can search for something spooky on Internet web sites. Balloons with the shape of ghosts coming from coffins look very scary. Other ideas are: artificial arms, legs, heads covered in blood, tombstones, shining craniums, gargoyles, and fake prison doors. Make the arms, legs, and heads with paper mache and red food coloring as blood.

    If you have time and feel like making your own decoration for Halloween it will not be expensive. Tombstones can be made relatively easy out of thick paper or balloons. Fashion ghouls out of white material, and sling them from the trees. There are a lot of options what you can do to your yard to make it really frightening!

    The favorite object which a lot of people choose to decorate for Halloween are pumpkins. Pumpkin can be decorated in a variety of styles. Usually people cut them with amusing and weird faces. If you don’t want to do all this carving you can decorate your pumpkin in your own way. Interesting arrangements can be created with plain pumpkins of different sizes. Sometimes it’s fun to draw a picture on your pumpkin. When a pumpkin is being decorated for Halloween anything is possible!

    You can have little ghouls as a part of your decoration around the yard. Your friends will enjoy helping you make them. You should get several pieces of cotton strips (the size you choose will determine the size of your ghoul) cotton balls, thread and a pencil. Now attach three cotton balls in the middle of a cotton strip to make the head of a ghoul. To separate the head from the rest of the body tie a thread around the collar of our creature. Pencil in a face and suspend them in different places. As an alternative for thread you can use fishing line which will make the dangling of our ghouls unseen.

  • Jesjen101 says:

    Plan out your outdoor Halloween decor. When you pick out an idea what you are going to create in your yard it is not so complicated anymore to purchase the required supplies. Change your front yard into an old, misty cemetery, a fortune teller’s place, or a crazy scientist’s lab.

  • dougeebear says:

    Balloons? Balloons aren’t scary, unless you happen to be afraid of balloons (and I know someone who is). I did see an article once about a haunt made entirely out of balloons from the walls to the props, but I would consider that more cutesy than scary.

    There are folks out there called home haunters who do up their yards and houses with all sorts of homemade props, from simple static creatures and tombstones to elaborate animatronics. I’ve linked two of my favorite project directories that will keep you busy for years.

  • ? Déjà vu ? says:

    This is my cup of tea…

    We always do something huge for Halloween in my family, and we only use homemade decorations for our parties and haunted houses.

    Here’s one of my favorites:
    http://familyfun.go.com/decorating-ideas/gardening/feature/famf0902_proj_cauldron/

    With this one you will always cast and eerie glow:
    http://jas.familyfun.go.com/crafts?page=CraftDisplay&craftid=12052

    Place these around some corners and hear people scream:
    http://jas.familyfun.go.com/arts-and-crafts?page=CraftDisplay&craftid=10060

    Very Realistic:
    http://jas.familyfun.go.com/arts-and-crafts?page=CraftDisplay&craftid=10648

    If you make this big and put them on a rotator of some kind with children laughing in the background, they’re pretty spooky:
    http://jas.familyfun.go.com/arts-and-crafts?page=CraftDisplay&craftid=10765

    Before they enter the haunted house you could make some sort of fake legal document stating that you are not responible for loss of blood and/or limbs and have them sign it with this, make sure you use a red pen:
    http://jas.familyfun.go.com/arts-and-crafts?page=CraftDisplay&craftid=11131

    Enjoy, hope I helped.

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