By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Halloween Decoration. At Tuesday, October 30th 2018, 07:19:24 AM.
If you're not expecting any kids then the sky is the limit. Feel free to go just as creepy as your little heart would desire because there are no limits at this point. You can find everything from demons hiding behind headstones to scary skeletal corpses in coffins that roll about to zombies that actually twitch. You might decide to dress up a particular section of your home or party area with specific Halloween wallpaper with dungeon walls on them, or even wallpaper showing creepy Halloween themes. Hairy spiders hanging from lamps or ghosts hung from the ceiling can add an extra factor as well.
Paper mache ghosts - create ghosts out of paper mache to hang from doorways, curtain rods and light fixtures. This is also a great activity for the kids as they will love to get their hands messy creating these great decorations. Paper bats - Cut out bat shapes from black construction paper and hang from the ceiling or even ceiling fan with dental floss. When you turn the fan on it will give the appearance that bats are flying around the room certain to freak some people out. Fake spiders - People of all ages are frightened of spiders which make these a great Halloween decoration. Go to your local dollar store and pick up a ton of these plastic, crawly, creatures and litter them around your house.
Halloween Curtain Tie-Backs. To add a spooky touch to your room, add a garland of skeleton heads as tie-backs to your curtains. These garlands are available at most dollar stores and one garland can be cut in half to use on a pair of curtains, you can use another garland across the top for a little added Halloween fun. Candy Bowls. Halloween is all about candy. Display candy corn and other themed candy in bowls for a decorative and tasty touch. Dining Room: turn any October meal into a Halloween party with fun and expected seasonal touches.