By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Halloween Decoration. At Friday, October 19th 2018, 01:23:05 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.
Window Dressings. Turn your windows into Halloween hallmarks with simple black poster board and a little creativity. Cut out designs of witches, ghosts, and other Halloween figures (pumpkin carving kits have excellent templates) from a full sheet of poster board. Tape the sheet over the inside of your windows, when you turn your lights on inside, they illuminate the cut out to show your spooky creations to passersby.
One simple and very cheap idea; costume the people in the paintings and photos in your home. This is easily done with paper masks made out of construction paper, scissors, and low tack artist tape. You can use leaves and weeds for hair. It will add that extra flare for your Halloween party. Wreaths are a great way to add fun to your home. You can make your own or buy them for fairly cheap. Some people aren't crafty and you can purchase ready made wreaths for cheap at craft and/or dollar stores. You u can buy plain wreaths and stick cheap Halloween decorations such as giant bugs, spiders, bats etc. By the way, wreaths are great indoors as well as outdoors.