Last-Minute Halloween Decor Ideas That Will Make Your House Look Oh-So-Terrifying!
Scary, Yet Aesthetic Halloween Decor
They say Halloween is the devil’s holiday, but we have heard another famous saying, ‘the devil lies in the details’. So, this Halloween, turn your home-sweet-home into the ultimate house of horrors with these last-minute, spooky decor ideas.
Glowing Pumpkins For ‘Em Spooky Feels
Carving pumpkins and using them at the entrance is so passe. Instead, you can put fairy lights inside them and make them glow. What’s more? You can also transform it into a candy dispenser by filling it with candy. Rest assured, the trick-or-treaters will have a fun time finding the goodies.
Scary, Hanging Witch Hats
Take the hat, suspend it from the ceiling using a fishing line and voila! There you have it - floating, glowing witch hats! Your balcony will now easily be the scariest place in your house.
Scary Signs And Skeletons To Ward Off Evil
For the skeleton, all you need is white, plastic shopping bags and glue. Roll the plastic shopping bags into a cylinder to make the bones and stick them together to make the skeleton. For the sign, take a rectangular piece of wood and with a paint brush, scribble some words of warning so your neighbours know you’re all game, this Halloween.
Rest assured, with the sign and the skeleton at the entrance, your house will grab a lot of eyeballs.
Small, Neat Paper Bats As Wall Art
All you need is some black paper, scissors and a pencil. Take a piece of black paper and trace the outline of the bat using a pencil. Cut the paper along the drawn lines and there you have it - paper bats that will make the walls of your room look Halloween-ready.
Floating Ghost Family Using White Cloth
Additionally, you can also make the eyes of the ghost using black paper and paste it on the cloth. There you have it, Halloween decor ideas that are ‘easy-peasy, lemon-squeezy’!