By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Halloween Decoration. At Wednesday, January 09th 2019, 07:47:55 AM.
Personally, I really like ghosts and Jack O'Lanterns. Those are a must for me when decorating for my favorite holiday. Wall Halloween decorations can add a chilling flair to any room or office. You can find a large poster of a pumpkin, ghost, or skeleton with movable arms and legs. My little girl likes witches and she has a big poster of a witch stirring her cauldron in her bedroom.
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.
Put up fake spider webs in your every window and place in creepy insects that glow on the dark. Make sure to put in a generous amount of fake webs to really capture the real feel of an old house. Spray some red paint to create blood splatters here and there. You can also put fake bloody fingers, eyeballs or a hacked bloody left foot. If you still keep your human skeleton model that you have submitted for your science project back in middle school, take it out and place it in your doorway. You may have to spray paint it with white to enhance it to opaque white. Put it in a relative amount of fake spider webs as well so that you can place fake maggots that will crawl over the bones.