1) Spooky Suspended Ghosts
This spooky DIY Halloween project is easy to do and easy on the budget. Gauze, balloons, and string are all you will need to create your own ghostly apparition. Follow these easy-to-use step-by-step instructions and watch as your ghost comes to life before your very eyes.
2) Your Own Special Scarecrow
With just a little lumber and a bit of work, you too can greet halloween visitors with your own special scarecrow. Every scarecrow can be made easily and with unoque features that will give him/her their own special personality. A simple 2x4 post can be used as the main body, a 1x4 for the shoulder …show more content…
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6) Window Silhouettes
Crafting these simple and fun window silhouettes is an easy way to decorate your home for Halloween. Cut the shapes from black paper and adhere to your windows. At night, when your light streams through the windows, the shapes will take on a life of their own. Follow the step-by-step instructions for this fun holiday craft here.
7) Silly Graveyard
Puns are fun! Perhaps, doubly so when they adorn headstones in a silly Halloween graveyard. A little lite hanydwork is required when creating the plywood tombstones, but with a simple saw the task should prove easy. Come up with your own silly epitaphs or downland a template here. …show more content…
8) Spooky Glow-In-The-dark Eyes
Do you have extra paper towel rolls just laying around? If so, put those rolls to great use with this family friendly Halloween craft. This DIY decoration is easy to make and is a great craft for the kids. For this craft, you will need scissors, paper towel rolls, and glow sticks. Cut the eye shapes out of the paper towel rolls, place the glow stick inside, and place the completed decoration in the bushes. For more detailed instructions see the complete step-by step instructions here.