If Halloween crept up this year or the spirit just has not hit, putting out Halloween decorations is probably on the bottom of your must-do list. But no one likes walking up to a normal-looking house for Halloween; part of the fun is all the great decorating ideas.
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As time draws nearer for trick-or-treaters to arrive, it is time to add some Halloween décor outside and inside the house. The good news is decorating for Halloween does not take a lot of time or money. Look to the classic holiday icons – jack o’ lanterns, ghosts and black cats – for quick inspiration on last minute Halloween decorations.
Halloween is coming but you still do not have time to prepare decorating. However, you do not have to worry because I have collected over 20 quick last minute craft ideas you can easily do in less than a day (some ideas only need 15 minutes). I still keep updating this list. So, pin it to your board and watch it when you need.
1. Hand Treats
2. Glowing Eyes
3. Dracula Teeth
4. Cute Toilet Monster
5. Bloody Handprints Towel
6. Spider Ice Cubes
7. Candle Light Cups
8. Finger Food
9. Rock Jack-O-Lantern
10. Fingers of Fright
11. Googly Eyes Halloween Wreath
12. Mummy Pizza
13. Frighteningly Cool Popsicles
14. Floating Ghost
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16. Mummy Door
17. Bug Tights
18. Witches Fingers
19. Wall Sign
20. The Halloween Mummy Pumpkin Pop Tarts
First, purchase the smallest grapevine wreaths available, approximately 2” in width. Weave orange and black ¼” ribbon throughout the ribs then tie a bow.
Using small bits and pieces of festive fall leaves and/or straw flowers bundle together and hot glue onto the wreath. You can cover the glue and stems by tying or gluing an additional bow on top.
These little wreaths can be used as place card holders. Lay the wreath flat, place a small dab of glue on top and on each side of the wreath, then “set” your place card and hold till glue dries.
You can embellish around the card with more bits and pieces of flowers and leaves if you like. Second option is to use the wreath as a napkin holder. After glue is dry, carefully pull napkin through the center and voila, a festive napkin ring.
To add to your table setting or enhance your centerpiece or to just place around your house for decoration, take small cornucopias, place a miniature pumpkin (real or use small painted or ceramic pumpkins with cut out faces) at the mouth (you can secure with a small dollop of glue) and fill in behind and around with fall leaves and foliage.
If you’re fortunate enough to have the real thing, use them! Otherwise a variety of silk leaves are available at your local craft store. Try http://www.joannfabrics.com for an assorted selection. Place a piece of foam at the base of the basket and insert the leaf stems for a secure hold. Again embellish with fall flowers or additional Indian corn or squash. The nice thing about these is you can change out the pumpkin, if you want, in a couple of weeks and add more leaves and flowers and add some of your favorite seasonal potpourri.
Both of these projects are fun for the whole family and besides being quick and easy they’re sure to add an extra touch to your holiday festivities.
Enjoy and till next time, Happy Craftoween!