Creating new DIY Halloween decorations is a great activity to involve everyone in your family.
Discover some of our new favorite Halloween decorations. Surprise your Trick-Or-Treaters with these clever decorations
This pallet Jack-O-Lantern is a great project using re-cycled wood pallets. What a great idea! It will look fantastic displayed on a front porch surrounded with errie lighted candles and pumpkins. Via
These carve-free black cats are quick and easy, which makes them a great project to do with young children. Adorable Halloween decorations Via
DIY Halloween mason jar luminaries add a spooktacular surprise to your outdoor Halloween decor. This is a great project the kids can do with a bit of supervision.
- Mix 1 part craft paint and 2 parts glue. Glue makes the paint transparent.
- Paint the inside of the jars with a shades of yellows and oranges.
- Let the paint dry.
- Then apply black Halloween silhouettes using Mod Podge.
- Add a battery operated votive candle. Via
Use a Mailwraps Halloween magnetic mailbox cover to decorate a mailbox. A clever way to add a unique Halloween decoration to your buffet table. Fill the mailbox with treats or creepy Halloween surprises. Place by your front door to welcome trick-or-treaters.
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Another Halloween favorite is using dry ice to create an errie fog effect. Dry ice can be used in a variety of ways including creating a menacing punch bowl. Insert dry ice inside a mailbox decorated with a Halloween mailbox cover to add an spooky surprise. Use dry ice to enhance your decorations and make it a foggy evening on your front porch. Our personal favorite is using dry ice to create a spooky Jack-O-Lantern.
We hope you’ll share some of your personal DIY Halloween decorations